How to Find the G Spot

Playfully referred to as the “great-spot,” the “glory-spot” and the “go-ahead-spot,” the G-spot area was first identified by gynecologist Ernest Grafenberg who published results about sexual pleasure being derived from the urethra. The G-spot area is located inside the woman’s vagina, about a third of the way in-between the vaginal opening and the cervix. It’s somewhere between 1.5 to 3 inches inside the vagina on the upper wall so imagine a small clock inside the vagina and you’ll find the G-spot between 11 and 1 o’clock (with 12:00 pointing towards the navel).

It has a ridged texture to it and responds to gentle stroking. The G-spot is also known as the female prostate gland, and unlike the male prostate gland, which has only two ducts, the G-spot has over 32 much smaller ducts. In many women, once properly stimulated, the G-spot can provide a very powerful orgasm.

Some women claim that stimulation of the G-spot can produce a longer, deeper, more powerful orgasm than a clitoral orgasm. The clitoral orgasm is felt like a release of tension in the genitals while the G-spot orgasm is felt throughout the body with more physical and emotional release. The G-spot also requires slower stimulation than the clitoris … read the rest of this article here: How to Find the G Spot

~ by Dr. Ava on April 21, 2010.

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