Explains how to find and stimulate the female g-spot, includes a diagram and picture showing the location of the gspot.
Any women reading this: if you’ve ever dropped something behind a washing machine and nearly broken yourself in half failing to retrieve it, you’ve only experienced a fraction of the feeling of inadequacy felt by a man looking for the elusive G-spot!
The area became popularized by sexologists in the 1980s as the "G-spot." It turns out that stimulation of the G-spot produces a very powerful kind of female orgasm; and in some women, it even produces female ejaculation, colloquially known as "squirting". For both of these reasons, finding, stimulating and discovering how to master the woman's G-spot has become, for both men and women, the Holy Grail of female pleasuring.
A 1981 case study reported that stimulation of the anterior vaginal wall made the area grow by fifty percent and that self-reported levels of arousal/orgasm were "deeper" when the G-spot was stimulated. Another study, in 1983, examined eleven women by palpating the entire vagina in a clockwise fashion, and reported a specific response to stimulation of the anterior vaginal wall in four of the women, concluding that the area is the G-spot.
In a 1990 study, an anonymous questionnaire was distributed to 2,350 professional women in the United States and Canada with a subsequent 55% return rate. Of these respondents;
Several variables were associated with this perceived existence of female ejaculation.
In 2001, the Federative Committee on Anatomical Terminology accepted female prostate as an accurate term for the Skene's gland, which is believed to be found in the G-spot area along the walls of the urethra.
Researchers have attempted to build on the claim that G-spot stimulation leads to female ejaculation, hypothesizing that non-urine female ejaculate originated from the female paraurethral glands, or Skene's gland.
Some medical evidence suggests that the G-spot has a purpose other than to make you feel really, really good! Sexpert Emily Dubberley, says, "Some scientists believe the G-spot can help ease childbirth because when the G-spot is stimulated the pain threshold is increased by up to 84%."
Location of the Female G-spot:Some women have large G-spots, just as some women have large breasts, and some men have large penises.
As can be seen in the female g-spot diagrams, the Grafenberg or "G" spot is located inside the front wall of the vagina. You can find the female g spot location halfway between the back of the pubic bone and the front of the cervix, along the course of the urethra and the bladder where it connects with the urethra. The size and exact location will vary slightly with each woman.
For some women hitting the g spot can bring deep and intense orgasms that differ from a clitoral orgasm. For other women stimulating the area called the g spot just makes them feel like they have to pee.
G-Spot orgasms are triggered by a brief, vigorous, application of rhythmical friction. The desired friction is usually achieved when intercourse is practiced from behind or in the doggy style sex position.
You are more likely to find the G Spot if the woman is already well aroused, and using fingers are generally more effective than a penis.
Guide her on to her hands and knees, with her buttocks raised and her head down. Kneel behind her and grasp her by her waist. As you penetrate her vagina in this position the head of your penis will hit her G-Spot automatically.
Guide her on to her back, raising her buttocks and lower back. As you mount her, gently bend her legs so that her knees touch her breasts. Now lovingly thump her G-Spot until she is an orgasmic mess.
Lie on your back, with your legs extended. Have your lady straddle you, with her knees positioned outside your legs, she will be facing your feet with her back turned to you. In this unique position, your penis will easily hit her G-Spot.
The G Spot is said to be linked with female ejaculation where women produce fluid on climaxing similiar to males except the ejaculate is usually a clear watery fluid that is not urine.
Also called G-spot augmentation or the G-Shot, is a procedure intended to temporarily increase pleasure in sexually active women with normal sexual function, focusing on increasing the size and sensitivity of the G-spot. G-spot amplification is performed by attempting to locate the G-spot and noting measurements for future reference. After numbing the area with a local anesthetic, human engineered collagen is then injected directly under the mucosa in the area the G-spot is concluded to be in.