Yes, the G-spot although many may think the G-spot is an urban myth or legend I can assure you it IS very real and EVERY woman has one but not every woman finds their G-spot pleasurable when stimulated. I hope this information I have come across will help those womens’ health practice who have wanted to learn more information on women’s health, their own anatomy and take control of their own sexual destiny. Ask escort in Athens or escorts in Athens to show you the way!
The G-SpotThe g-spot is often referred to as the “female prostate,” It was medically “discovered” a little over 50 years ago by Dr. Grafenberg — hence, “G” spot. About 40 percent of women who have G-spot-involved orgasms do have ejaculation (although that statistic varies wildly). The ejaculate is a clear fluid, sometimes smelling like clover; it is not urine. It’s not even stored in the bladder. Physicians used to believe that women’s ejaculate was urine from a leaky bladder. That’s been disproved now. “With continuous stimulation of the urethral sponge [now better known as the G-spot], the para urethral glands fill up with a clear, odorless fluid. This fluid can seep, flow, or spurt out of the urethra during ejaculation.” The urethra itself (“pee hole”) is loaded with nerve endings and sometimes (depending on the woman) likes to be stimulated. The urethra is surrounded by spongy tissue, the urethral sponge (popularly known as the G-spot) that contains glands that produce this fluid.
Follow these movements with your fingers
Health Benefits of Sex By Finding The G-SpotFemale ejaculation can take lots of forms, from just feeling “juicier” than normal to “gushing” or “squirting.” It is a normal occurrence, but it is just as normal not to have any sort of ejaculation. It doesn’t mean you’re having more fun if you ejaculate but it can be an extremely freeing and releasing feeling that can improve sexual health and improve intimacy between partners.
G-Spot Sex TipsOne of the primary reasons sexually experienced women are unaware of their g-spots is that intercourse is not always the most reliable way to stimulate it. Because most men’s penises are not curved, the g-spot often gets bypassed during sex. Positions good for g-spot action include:
- a modified from-behind with your head down and booty in the air
- on your back with your legs up against your chest
- lady-on-top so that you can control the angle of penetration
Here’s how to find your G-spot
- To begin with you’ll need to be relaxed and preferably already aroused a bit. The G-spot becomes findable (i.e., the urethral sponge swells) turned on you are. So take your time and get warmed up. Masturbate, show yourself some self-love, have your partner tease you a while, play with your favorite vibrator!
- After you’re warmed up-To find it yourself, squat a bit and insert your fingers or you may also lay on your back with your knees pulled up toward your chest. Then, hook them forward as if you were trying to touch your belly button from the inside. (This might be a little hard on your wrist.) You may use a curved dildo or vibrator this way—again, attempting to touch your belly button from the inside.
- A partner could do it for you—have him or her insert a couple of fingers and crook them back toward him- or herself as if saying “come hither”. The G-spot is on the front wall of the vagina. It’s not next to the cervix or way up your vagina. It’s only about an inch or two inside, on that front wall. Some describe it as being directly behind the clitoris.