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Lifestyle: Breaking News! Mythical ‘G-Spot’ Found!
UPDATED – 21/09/12 – COMMENTS RECEIVED – By Daisy Kirby. So, I know I’ve been MIA for a while, but I’m back, and with some handy info for you as well. Over the years, there have been many arguments and rumours surrounding a very very important part of a woman’s being – whether it exists or not, if it does, do all women have it, is it even worth all the hoopla, and on and on.What I’m talking about today might as well be referred to as “the Holy Grail of a woman’s sex life”. Scientifically, it’s referred to as the “G-Spot”. Kinda boring, and Very misleading as to it’s significance, in my humble opinion.
OK; let’s get the boring stuff out of the way. The term “G-Spot” is is short form for the guy that discovered it. Yes, dear reader, it was a man who found it in the first place! I’m still not sure what to make of that. Anyway, his name was Ernst GrÃ¤fenberg.
But that’s not really important; more of an FYI for those who need to know the background. Let’s get to what is important: where is it?
One of the reasons it was and is so difficult to find is because it seems to disappear- not exist- if a woman is not aroused. Therefore, when you look for, or send your “Indiana Jones” husband on the quest to find the Holy Grail, make it easy on yourself and be aroused. The reason this is so is because when you are aroused, the g-spot becomes engorged with extra blood, just like a penis when a man is aroused, and to the same effect- it swells up, and becomes more sensitive to stimulation.
Today I’m going to describe to you, in my typically non-scientific way, how to find it for yourself.
Okay, so you’re aroused; the next step is to take one or two of you or your partners’ fingers- whatever you’re comfortable with- and insert into the vagina, palm up. Next, make a ‘come hither’ motion with those fingers, towards your front, kind of towards your belly button. This is the area it’s in. The G-spot is anywhere from one to three inches in from the opening, but is always to the front of a woman.
A way to tell if you’ve found it- because you’re not going to orgasm at the first touch- is by it’s texture. For the most part, the vagina walls feel like the cheek lining in your mouth- smooth, even silky. I can see you all feeling the inside of your cheek with your tongues now. When you find a spot that feels more like the roof of your mouth- more ridged, maybe firmer- that’s when you know you’re there! Now, don’t worry if you can’t find it on the first try. If that doesn’t work, try a toy that is designed to hit the G-spot, and slather it with the g-spot creme from Passion Parties, which is designed to hone in on your g-spot and make it even more responsive. That’ll do it.
So, now you’ve found it. How do you get it to do it’s job- mainly give you a deep, from the core of your body orgasm? Pressure, my darling, pressure.Now you get to play around with different sexual positions to find out which way positions your partners penis in such a way that it puts pressure on that special place. Practice makes perfect, and I doubt your husband will complain too much about all that practice!
One word of advice: many women sometimes experience a sudden, strong urge to pee right in the heat of passion, so they stop the action, and that feeling goes away. Well ladies, that’s a sad, sad thing to do. Why? Because that’s actually the very beginning of a G-spot orgasm! If you feel this urge, don’t worry, keep going. You are NOT going to pee the bed! That sensation goes away, only to bring in a whole new flood of wonderful sensations! They are not to be missed!
As I said, you aren’t going to pee the bed, but with a G-spot orgasm, you may still wet the bed. This will be due to what’s known as “female ejaculation”. The amount ejaculated will vary from woman to woman, and the look of it will, too. It may be milky; it may be clear. But it is NOT pee! You may want to put a towel on the bed, though
That’s all for now. If you have any questions about this topic, feel free to contact me. Happy practicing!