Just like the Bermuda triangle, the mystery behind G-spot has also turned many heads and boggled scientists about its existence for years.
What even is a G-spot?
Is it an organ deeply positioned in Amazon of women’s anatomy? Or is it a myth just to increase the enigma around female orgasms? The answer to all these woes will be answered by us today.
First, let’s define G-spot. It is named after Eric Grafenberg, a German gynecologist who discovered this sensitive region within the vagina in some women in 1940s. Imagine having an erogenous body part named after you (Such an honour).
But the main debate comes when we go to answer whether if all women have it not?
We did research (online duh), combined all the conclusions and came up with an answer that G-Spot isn’t actually a separate part of your vagina but part of women’s clitoral network.
So it turns out that the little gem of a sensitive organ is only the tip of the clitoris and divides into two “roots” that can be around four inches long bundled inside the body. Stimulating this spot can be groundbreaking, earth-shattering, knees wobbling (obviously we aren’t exaggerating but just quoting some women).
How can you find this mysterious treasure trove?
Time to play the Indiana Jones music in the background and get down to it. Finding your G-spot may seem like a task but it’s not impossible. Chances of this discovery increase through self-exploration rather than finding it during partnered sexual indulgence.
You need to relax, lie back, let your fingers feel around and see how your body reacts to the touch on various places. A movement of your forefinger in a ‘come hither’ up towards your belly button is known to work the best.
Meanwhile, some women touching this area won’t feel anything at all. So some women won’t feel anything through G-spot stimulation, but that’s fine too. Don’t worry darling, you are not abnormal or strange or dysfunctional if you cannot find your G-spot.
Many physiological and psychological factors are linked to Sexuality and arousal; we all humans come with slightly different anatomical and physiological wiring.
At the end of the day, sex is a unique experience for all.
You need to find what works for you.
There are various kinds of external or internal stimulations you can explore for reaching that heavenly orgasm. Some women can orgasm only with clitoral stimulation, while others can orgasm through vaginal stimulation alone.
AND there have been studies where an ear-penile stimulation also got a woman to get going.
Oh, the endless possibilities.
If you are unable to find your G-spot, work on finding something that does fulfill your sexual needs. After all, having sex and sexual pleasures is a basic human right.