Science behind squirting

From Female ejaculation comes in two forms, scientists find by Helen Thomson

Beverley Whipple, a neurophysiologist from Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, says that the term female ejaculation should only really refer to the production of the small amount of milky white liquid at orgasm and not the “squirting” investigated in this paper. “This study shows the other two kinds of fluids that can be expelled from the female urethra – urine alone, and urine diluted with substances from the female prostate,” she says.

From Everything You Need to Know About Squirting by W.J.Hall

Some believe all women are capable while others believe between 10% and 50% of women can squirt. But there is no way of knowing unless you try. It may come easier for some than for others, but keep your expectations realistic. Not everyone is going to produce liters of fluid. Instead of a water hose, it may be more like a leaky faucet. Further, some may never be able to squirt, and that is fine too. Squirting and awesome sex are not necessary the same.