Squirting Female Orgasm – Twitching and Crying
Hello, I am a relatively new squirter. Your article, “Why Do Some Women Squirt And Other’s Don’t,” has answered many of my questions, thank you!
I do have a question that even Google cannot answer. Is there a link between after enjoying a squirting orgasms to not being able to control other bodily functions, in my case I am referring to twitching and crying?
I can understand why I can not stop twitching, some orgasms can be very intense. However after climax I can not control myself from crying. I’m not sad. My boyfriend and I joke about me being so “full of fluids” I’m “leaking” everywhere. Do you have any answers for me?
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Thanks for asking about the twitching and crying. This does happen to many women and is a perfectly natural part of the orgasmic release process. The crying comes from the emotional release that your ejaculatory orgasms create. For many women, the first year or two that they begin to ejaculate (or even for women who are having clitoral, G-Spot, cervical or vaginal orgasms without ejaculation) there is a discharging of upset and stored emotional energy that triggers tears. It cal also trigger laughter in many women.
The twitching you are experiencing is also common and can be very powerful for some people. Google the word, “KRIYA” to learn more. Kriya is a Sanskrit word that means action. Often associated with “Kundalini rising”, kriyas are involuntary body movements that are related to an increase in “life force” or prana/Chi/Qi.
You are moving energy in your body when you orgasm and ejaculate. This sexual energy is “life force” which is also “desire.” The orgasms “reboot” your system and interact with the enteric nervous system. Don’t be afraid of these releases. They are natural, and won’t last, as long as you are not “stuffing” your emotions. Let the ejaculation refresh you. Embrace your body’s way of discharging your emotions.
I hope this helps, Knox. Thanks for asking such a valuable question.