The g-spot: what is it?
Despite what you many have heard, this is not some
"magic button;" it is simply a pleasurable area to stimulate in some
ALTHOUGH THE G-SPOT IS OFTEN DIFFICULT FOR WOMEN TO FIND
ON THEIR OWN, IT CAN USUALLY BE FOUND EASILY WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF A
is a small mass of tissue about the size of a pea that is located
approximately two inches in from the opening of the vagina -- midway
between the pubic bone and the cervix. The G-Spot is often difficult for a
woman to locate on her own (unless she is in a sitting or squatting
position). However, with the assistance of a partner, the G-Spot can
usually be easily found.
At first, when light pressure is applied to this region, many women
experience the urge to urinate. This feeling discourages many women from
allowing further stimulation for fear that they will lose control of their
bladder. However, this sensation normally subsides in a short while and
gives way to feelings of intense sexual pleasure. During stimulation, the
area also typically enlarges to about the size of a walnut. In addition,
many women report that stimulation of this region allows them to routinely
experience multiple orgasms. Finally, in some women, stimulation of the
G-Spot may cause ejaculation.
Remember though not to get hung up on whether or not you can find your
own G-Spot or that of a partner. All individuals are different when it
comes to their bodies and sex. Not all women even find stimulation
enjoyable. If you want to explore, it can be a lot of fun. But do not be
upset if it doesn't work for you, or if it only works for you on occasion.
Despite what you many have heard, this is not some "magic button;" it is
simply a pleasurable area to stimulate in some women.