Makes no difference to me. My Man used to be a squirter, but he's older (in his early 50s) and it seems to not squirt out like it used to. I used to clean the stuff off of the walls years back, really.
A man really doesn't have any control over how his semen is expelled from the body, as far as I know.
Also, the longer a man has gone without an ejaculation, the more likely there is to ejaculate more semen and to have more strength behind how it is shot out. My Man says that the amount and the projectile has nothing to do with how strong the orgasm is. At least for him. He's had huge, body shuddering orgasms, with little semen to show for it. Also, older men tend to make less semen anyway, so they tend to really squirt less.
Funny story. I was given a bottle of Bath and Body Works hand soap as a Christmas gift from a relative. It's in our bathroom and the soap just SQUIRTS out of the bottl, like, three feet from the sink. My Man and I call it "the seventeen year old kid soap." (Younger guys tend to be able to come for distance.) So mature.