That Elusive G-Spot in Women (The Gräfenberg Spot)

A medical synopsis from various reports.

Do you want to maximise your love making pleasure?

If so, then read on . . .

That elusive G-Spot, also known as urethral sponge, is your answer. It is said to be located about one to three inches inside the vagina, on the anterior wall. Some women also report that stimulation of parts of the posterior wall of the urethra and the anterior wall of the anus at about the same depth creates a similar intense sensation and stimulation. Is that why the practice of sodomy?

From Wikipedia we learn that the Gräfenberg Spot, or G-Spot, first coined by Addiego et al. in 1981, after the German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg who hypothesized its existence in a paper published in 1950, is a term used to describe the bean-shaped area of the vagina that many women report to contain an erogenous zone which when stimulated can lead to high levels of sexual arousal and powerful orgasms. It is typically located one to three inches up the front (anterior) vaginal wall between the vagina opening and the urethra.

Sexual psychologists are concerned that women may label themselves “dysfunctional” if they cannot find the G-Spot, and women have had plastic surgery done to enhance G-Spot sensitivity.

Although research on the G-Spot has taken place since 1981, controversy & arguments over its existence, the actual definition of the term, and its location continue in the medical field and in the studies of sexuality.

The largest study to date on the G-Spot found its existence unproven and subjective among women. Every woman’s G-Spot is different because every woman’s cervix & vagina are shaped differently.

Most men & women are familiar with clitoral stimulation. However, some women find G-spot stimulation ideal for multiple orgasms, even to the point of having an ‘out-of-body’ (OOB) experience (‘floating’). If you feel yourself leaving your body and soaring, stop all stimulation and just relax, enjoy & wallow.

Unlike the clitoris, which protrudes from the surrounding tissue, G-Spot lies deep within the vaginal wall, and a firm pressure is often needed to contact the G-Spot in its unstimulated state. Usually this bean-sized, spongy area responding to stimulation will harden and swell as blood rushes to it.

Women can orgasm several different ways, via clitoral, vaginal, and of course the G-Spot,

the latter can give her a massively satisfying orgasm if stimulated correctly.

You will be able to help give added pleasure and a mind-blowing climax to your partner

if you can locate and stimulate it.

If you are a romantic gentleman, and in no hurry, but seeking out mutually & intimately

the greatest pleasure in love-making, you will no doubt together with your partner find that elusive G-Spot!


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