The Unexpected Motorized Sex Toy That Makes Women Squirt EVERY Time

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I know, because I've tried.

After all these years of trying, I was amazed to finally find myself having a G-spot orgasm and squirting in less than one minute using a sex toy with a very naughty name. But let's start at the beginning...

When Did I Find My G-Spot?

I have very stubborn nether regions. It’s not unusual for me to go 45 minutes to an hour before I orgasm. And this is while I’m masturbating by myself. My vagina is, in fact, so stubborn that I rarely orgasm for other people. And if I am lucky enough to have one it’s almost always from clitoral stimulation, not from my g-spot.

The G-spot, or Gräfenberg Spot, is commonly described as a ridged, rough, walnut or peach pit textured lump 1 to 3 inches into the anterior wall of the vagina

It feels different on different women but most consistently I describe it as a knot or mass of dense tissue. It’s a hard lump that is more ridged and rigid on some women than others. If manually stimulating a woman who is lying on her back in front of you, you would enter your first and middle fingers into the vagina and firmly press up and down on that spot with a quick, rhythmic motion. 

Sometimes it’s described as making a “come hither” motion with your two fingers, however, I like to think of it more as “up and down” motion. The object isn’t to stroke, but to press with firm pressure. A good rule of thumb is to press with a firmness that seems a bit more forceful than you think you should.

I’ve often found I don’t have enough strength in my hand to press as hard as it takes to make many women orgasm via their G-spot. I admire the women and men who do, and am convinced they must keep to a strict regimen of upper body workouts. It can be A LOT of work! 

Since I have spaghetti arms, I tend to rely on toys to help me out.

I had my first G-spot orgasm about 3 or 4 years ago. 

That may sound strange coming from a woman who's nearly 40, has had multiple long term partners, loves to masturbate, and has a healthy, explorative view of sex, but not really. Many women tell me it also wasn’t until they were quite a bit into their adult life they found and learned how to manipulate their G-spots.

It takes quite some time and a lot of practice for women to master the inner-workings of their innermost parts. I can’t tell you the number of women I encounter who thought they knew themselves, had fulfilling sex in their 20s, only to hit their mid 30s and be blown away with all of the new things their bodies started to do and feel. I’m unsure whether these new discoveries are due to time and practice, due to something physically based that hits when women reach their “sexual peak” or for other reasons. I’m sure it’s different for all women. 

All I know is, it happens.

The Great G-Spot Debate

A January 2010 British study concluded G-spot didn’t really exist, stating it is instead a matter of the woman’s subjective opinion. 

That’s nice way of saying, “You silly women are imagining it.”

Critics have now sited flaws in this and other similar studies, mainly because the data collected relied solely on self-reporting related to heterosexual penis-in-vagina intercourse. G-spot stimulation is much more likely to occur with the aid of toys or through non-intercourse sexual activity, such as manual manipulation. 

Only 35% of the female population has ever experienced orgasm through intercourse — that includes clitoral and G-spot orgasm. I wonder if the other 65% were the women who took part in this survey? Sigh. 

Unfortunately, this and many other similarly flawed surveys and studies made their way into human sexuality and medical textbooks, and so student doctors and therapists today are taught in universities that the G-spot and female ejaculation may not exist.

It is suspected if survey samples included more sex-positive, extroverted women, the conclusion may have been very different. Furthermore, it's possible the studies weren’t structured properly because the researchers themselves didn't understand enough about the G-spot to appropriately go about examining the issue.

I speak to a lot of women on my Weird Chicago Sex Tours and other classes I teach about their experiences with the G-spot and squirting. Time and time again I find women who either don’t know how to properly manipulate their g-spots or often, the ones who did find the spot were absolutely mortified. They thought they had urinated when female ejaculation occurred. Some had even been ridiculed by partners because they assumed the women lost control of their bladders during sex. These women vowed to never let it happen again, so when they experience the sensation of having to pee during sex (which is also the same feeling that occurs just before female ejaculation) they stop what they are doing or change position until the sensation subsides. 

For many women, mistakenly trying to control what they believe is the feeling of urination actually causes the suppression of their orgasms.

What A Sex Toy Taught Me about Female Ejaculation (aka Squirting)

When I got a toy (called a my F*cksaw) this past Christmas, after witnessing what it did for me and for other women, I was determined to put it to the test. I was curious if I could, with any regularity, induce female ejaculation in various, randomly chosen women. What I discovered astounded me.

After using the toy two dozen times on two dozen different women, it produced not only G-spot orgasms —but squirting ejaculations every single time! 

I couldn’t believe it. I had actually given a good number of these women their first g-spot orgasms. I also observed something unexpected about the ejaculate of the women, along with quite a few witnesses (Hey, I roll that way), which debunked what I had learned from numerous academic sources.

There is a lot of controversy surrounding female ejaculate — if it does exist, what is it? Is it urine? 

A good number of mainstream sources lean toward the urine theory, even though evidence suggests ejaculate is expelled from the Skene’s glands located just beside and below the urethral opening on the anterior wall of the vagina. Ejaculate may contain trace amounts of urea (explaining the faint urine smell it sometimes has), but mainly consists of a lubricating liquid produced when the G-spot receives steady, strong, rhythmic pressure.

The liquid produced from each of the women I used the toy on were of various shades and consistencies, ranging from thin and watery to a thick, solid white, milk-like texture and everywhere in between.

Although I know, in my rational mind, female ejaculate isn’t urine, I’d still sometimes become paranoid when having intercourse that I was wrong. After sex I’d secretly sniff the towel that had been under me or closely examine the liquid when my partner wasn’t looking “just to make sure.” Even as a sex educator who knew better, there was still that little, internal part of me who would certainly shrivel up and die if I had accidentally peed while having sex.

The results produced with this sex toy couldn’t be denied. The female ejaculate produced from a wide variety of subjects was clearly not urine.

I have since stopped closely inspecting my towels.

Making the World a Better Place One G-Spot Orgasm at a Time

I’m a pleasure advocate and very much enjoy helping women have better orgasms. 

Not too long after I had received the sex toy, a friend and her husband came to me with questions about female ejaculation. She had gotten to the point of feeling like she was going to pee during G-spot stimulation, but always asked her husband to stop each time because she was fearful she was about to urinate. 

They had tried everything they could and even after getting a few pointers from me, still couldn’t make g-spot orgasm/squirting happen. This young lady had no problem achieving clitoral orgasm but had never before experienced any other type of orgasm.

Because we are all part of the kink community and in somewhat open relationships, it wasn’t out of the norm for me to get together with this couple to see if I could help. I started out manually manipulating the woman, employing the assistance of vibrators to give her a clitoral orgasm. I find G-spot orgasm much easier to achieve after a woman has been warmed up clitorally. 

When she was ready, I used a curved dildo with a large bulb on one end to stimulate her G-spot. This type of shape is excellent for female ejaculation and one I usually recommend for beginning squirters.

Suddenly, she said she felt as if she was about to urinate. I told her that was the sensation she wanted and to relax her pelvic floor muscles and go with it — she was almost there! I had even lined the bed ahead of time with absorbent pads and plastic sheeting to allow her to become more comfortable with the feeling of letting go. 

Manual stimulation of the G-spot with a dildo takes some time, and as the pressure kept building she became more and more certain she was about to urinate. That’s when she asked me to stop. The sensation of having to pee was causing her to unknowingly suppress her G-spot orgasm.

I had one more tool to try — the sex toy. It was time to bring out the big guns. 

I was sure it would give her a G-spot orgasm, but she had been apprehensive of it at first. At first sight, it can be quite intimidating. The toy can thrust up to 2,500 strokes per minute and applies precisely the type of pressure needed for a G-spot orgasm. This is nothing a human penis, hand held toy or average sex-shop vibrator can accomplish. 

Immediately, she started making some incredible noises, and in about 45 seconds she had her first g-spot orgasm. She even sprayed an arc of ejaculate into the air! We cheered! And yes, I’m not going to lie, we even high-fived each other (insert sound of splashy, wet latex surgical gloves clapping here).

I brought her to G-spot orgasm so quickly she didn’t have a lot of time of focus on the pressure building up or think about how mortified she’d be if she urinated. Before she could process what was occurring it just ... HAPPENED. She was able to experience the feeling of the mounting pressure and impending ejaculation but not have enough time to think about how funny it felt just before hand, and she came before she knew what hit her. 

Ninja orgasm at it’s finest.

Knowing exactly what that sensation felt like and seeing it through to completion, she and her husband were then able to produce the same results at home manually and with the use of non-motorized hand held toys. 

One of the most difficult things for women learning how to squirt is to keep the pelvic floor muscles relaxed and not clench up when they feel the pressure building, so having experienced the sensation of female ejaculation once, she now knows what feeling to expect when she’s about to squirt and can assure herself she’s not going to urinate. 

She’s been having fabulous g-spot orgasms at home without the assistance of a third person ever since!

IMPORTANT! Please note this toy is not something I modified myself, nor do I recommend anyone try to modify ANY power-tool for sexual use at home. 

In the version you can purchase at a variety of stores online, the saw attachment has been removed, and the Saw Vac-U-Lock Adapter and dildo affixed to it is not sharp in any way, shape or form. Personally, I recommend buying the entire unit and using it only for the bedroom. No one wants a sawdust and dirt covered sawsall near their delicate lady parts.

This isn’t like buying a Jack Rabbit from a sex shop, bringing it home and going to town. This is a VERY powerful tool. While the motorized toy can feel very, very good, if not used properly it can be uncomfortable.

It is essential to have clear communication with your partner when using any toys of this magnitude, especially the first time. The operator of the saw has to be sure they don’t go too deep. You should enter the vagina no more than 1-3 inches or so in order to achieve G-spot climax. Although I've seen a few women take it comfortably deeper, it’s best to increase the depth of penetration very slowly, until you know how much is just right. My own partner went in too deep once and I was quite sore for a couple of days afterward and felt sure I'd completely scrambled my baby factory (but I didn’t, I’m fine!).

Although sex saws have been embraced, widely used and made an overnight sensation by the BDSM community, this toy does NOT hurt and was NOT designed to give any pain. If it hurts, that's an indication something isn't being done properly. Your partner may be penetrating too deep or holding the saw at a disagreeable angle.

You should immediately remove and readjust the saw until it feels comfortable.

Being on the receiving end of one should feel nothing but a whole lot of awesome. And believe me, it feels AWESOME. 

The first time I used one I could barely comprehend the intense pleasure it gave me. I forgot who I was, how to speak English and what dimension I was in. I'd never felt anything that wonderful and I’ve felt a lot. Even my expensive Swedish sex toys can’t compare. It can do things no other toy or human body part can even come close to doing. It’s THAT good.

Unfortunately, it's difficult to use a one by yourself.  It takes two to tango. The unit itself weighs close to 7 pounds and must be positioned precisely so it’s comfortable. 

I admit, every once and a while I still try to sit back and think about how I can rig up the saw to use it by myself. If you read in the headlines I was found in my bedroom skewered by a power tool that was hastily rigged up to a chair, you’ll know what happened. Unless you’re MacGyver, you’re gonna need a partner.

The dildo end is made of latex which and has the look, feel and bounce of a real penis. Because latex is a delicate material that is impossible to fully disinfect, I recommend using a condom on it always, even if you never intend to share the toy with others. Latex can be damaged by oil based lubricants so never let an oil based lube come into contact with the end of your sex saw. It’s best to clean the dildo with warm, soapy water or a toy cleaner, other cleaners may harm the material. Lastly, in order to keep your dildo in the best condition you can, occasionally dust it with a little cornstarch.  If you are allergic to latex use a non latex condom with the toy. The condom will fit all the way down past the base of the dildo so it will not come into contact with your skin.

This tool is powered via standard wall outlet and boasts 6 variable speeds. The variable speed feature is one thing I really like about this model over others I have used. The speed is adjusted by a trigger, so instead of having to click over to settings that thrust at a constant speed, you can squeeze the trigger in rhythmic patterns to give someone the ride of their life. I've also used other models of saws that have issues keeping the rod and dildo in place causing it to sometimes fly off in the middle of use (ouch!). The rod on Stockroom.com’s version is secure and will not come loose.

This is without a doubt the BEST tool I have seen to induce G-spot orgasm and female ejaculation. It’s been BDSM’ers powerful little squirting secret for years and I’m glad to see it hitting the mainstream. Now everyone can see what they have been missing!

This article was originally published at SunnyMegatron.com. Reprinted with permission from the author.

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