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Sexy FemaleOne of the most popular topics talked about regarding sex is the so-called G-Spot. The G-Spot is named for German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg and describes a small area in the female body that is located behind the pubic bone and surrounds the urethra.

Entire books have been devoted to the study of the G-Spot and it has been promoted as the ultimate method of pleasing women. When stimulated, this part of the female anatomy is said to produce a very intense and satisfying orgasm. It is also believed to be responsible for triggering female ejaculation.

Some experts believe that the G-Spot is actually the spot through which the clitoral nerves pass on their path to the connection point in the spinal column. Others say that it is a spot that has evolved into a stimulation area that activates the final phase of childbirth. It has been speculated that when a baby comes out of the uterus it pushes this exact spot with its head, triggering a strong contraction of the vaginal walls that helps to push the child out.

To reach the G-Spot, the penis should be positioned for a thrust that is opposite to clitoral stimulation. An upwardly curving penis is naturally suited to strike the vaginal wall in the G-Spot area. For penises that have a downward curvature, inserting the penis into the vagina from behind, or in doggy style position is suggested.

The exact distance to the G-Spot varies from one woman to the next, but generally a 1 to 3 inch penetration is required. While for most men this area cannot be reached with the tongue, it is possible to stimulate it with a finger.

One interesting fact is that the tissue structure of the vagina changes in women past the age of 30. This makes the G-Spot more accessible and is part of the reason why some women in their thirties feel that they are experiencing their sexual peak.

Posted by PRS
Saturday, November 5th, 2005

 

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