Whether or not there really is a G-spot has been discussed a lot in the media. So it’s high time to address all the rumors and myths. In medical terms, the answer is clear – the G-SPOT is the female prostate. A principle known as “Homology” is applied here – meaning in male and female bodies there is an equivalent of the other’s sex organs. Although the organs look different and function differently, there is no organ that doesn’t have a counterpart in the other sex’s body.
Because there are only a limited number of organs to choose from, the only possibility for the male prostate is the G-spot. The reason for any misunderstandings probably arises from simply asking the wrong question. Anyone looking for a spot inside the vagina will not find the G-spot.
The G-spot is gland tissue around the woman’s urethra. This runs along the vaginal canal to the side of the woman’s abdomen. A part of this tissue can be felt approx. 3.5-5 cm behind the vaginal opening. Usually, the mucosa feels somehow a little bit different – ridged, a little bit like a walnut. The name G-spot is confusing – because we are talking about an area here. This area on many women becomes bigger and more sensitive when aroused. The erectile tissues are responsible for the good blood circulation which enlarges the G-spot. Just like the male prostate, the female prostate also produces fluid which then causes a female ejaculation.
Incidentally, the G-spot gets its name from Dr. Gräfenberg who in 1950 for the first time (after a long silence!) described it.
Every woman should take an interest in her G-spot, because knowing this zone well will enrich every woman’s life. If you are still in doubt that you have one, then I can tell you one thing. There are many women just like you. Because simply knowing that the G-spot exists certainly doesn’t mean you really understand it and can enjoy it.
First all, as always with sex, don’t turn it into a competitive sport. Many women like g-spot stimulation, others don’t. But why should you even deal with the G-spot at all? Some women say that a G-spot orgasm is deeper, longer and more intense than normal orgasms. Others say that a g-spot orgasm in comparison to a clitoral orgasm can be felt throughout the whole body. And for those who want to experiment, they can practice female ejaculation through G-spot stimulation.
For optimal experimenting with the G-spot, it’s good to start with plenty of foreplay. In most women, the g-spot is more sensitive and receptive for stimulation when she is already sexually aroused. Take time alone or together to first discover how the G-spot feels, which touches are pleasant and which aren’t. Pay attention to the signals and only continue with that which feels good. If it’s the first time you are exploring the G-spot, have a little patience, take it slowly and carefully. A lubricant can be very helpful. If you’ve found your G-spot, there are countless ways of stimulation which I will describe in the next article.
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