I know, they just have to make it SO confusing! Or to me, anyway. But to answer your question, squirting/gushing is the same type of orgasm (G-spot) but it just comes out differently. LOL. I have wondered myself how common it is for women to actually have a... projectile orgasm. LOL. I think it's actually more rare than we're made to believe because so many people refer to the g-spot orgasm as "squirting" even if no shooting ejaculation is ever involved. I think the majority of us "gush." I do. Mine just rushes out like turning on a faucet. Nothing shoots, it runs out and runs all over my rear end and crotch.
Anyways though, either way, it is the same orgasm -- gspot, of course every woman's orgasm probably differs in the feeling/intensity, but it is all coming from g-spot stimulation.
Now, I have to wonder -- since women are always asking "how do I make mine squirt out?" What's that about? Why do we feel like it needs to shoot? Shouldn't the orgasm itself be the important thing? Not saying that is what your goal is, but your topic just made me curious about this as well because lately, I've been thinking "wait a minute, what if this whole shooting come is a better... visual. What if you're even better if you can do that since everyone makes a big deal of it." So now I'm curious. I love the orgasm alone, and I never felt like I SHOULD be ... releasing it a certain way. Just another pressure to put on women? Another pornography thing that's really not that true, but gives everyone the idea that all g-spot O's should come shooting out? Hmmm... This is definitely sparking some more questions and IDEALS for me. LOL. Okay, I think too much.
I am sure it's possible, but I have heard more women say theirs runs out all over the place, as does mine. No matter how hard, fast my partner or I have stimulated, mine never shoots. It will just produce more and more and end up soaking more of my clothing/sheets, but it just doesn't shoot out for me.