G-spot ...What is it really... and should you care?

by Barbie Kiss mylunakiss.com

I am sure you have read at least one or two articles in your lifetime about the mysterious G-spot.


Most times, I glaze over the articles with a puzzled face because each love encounter is different and my personal mission is to make sure he knows what he is doing in the love making department...like the most important factor - can he kiss?

Nothing sucks more than a man that can't kiss, it ruins everything for me and I am sure for many other women. The size of his endowment is not as important as long as he knows what to do with it. The key to any passionate lovemaking fest is physical attraction.

My quest for G-spot clarity led me to interviews with many women (who either think they found it once or never), reading tons of scientific studies and several issues of Cosmopolitan magazine. I feel confident enough to explain the G-spot in simple terms but I don't know if I can do any speaking engagements yet.

The term G-spot derives from Ernst Grafenberg, a German doctor who documents in is his seminal study The Role of Urethra in Female Orgasma indicates that it is the sensitive area located along the front wall of the vagina. According to his documents, if stimulated correctly (the vaginal wall not Dr. Grafenberg) evokes a pleasurable feeling for the female.

Dr. Grafenberg was not really recognized for this document nor is he recognized by the famous Dr. Kinsey or the medical community for finding this mysterious G-spot. Dr. Grafenberg's document also states verbatim:

Innumerable erotogenic spots are distributed all over the body, from where sexual satisfaction can be elicited; these are so many that we can almost say that there is no part of the female body which does not give sexual response, the partner has only to find the erotogenic zones.


In 2010, a group of British scientific researchers at Kings' College London released a study that claimed, "there is no evidence for the existence of the G-spot — supposedly a cluster of internal nerve endings — outside the imagination of women influenced by magazines and sex therapists. They reached their conclusions after a survey of more than 1,800 British women."  Of course, this claim led to an uproar by French gynecologists in response to the study, according to the Guardian,  Surgeon Pierre Foldes retorted at a “G-Day” conference across La Manche: “The King’s College study shows a lack of respect for what women say. The conclusions were completely erroneous because they were based solely on genetic observations”. There are more angry rants about the G-spot but you can read that in the links.

So what are the G-spot facts and should you care about locating your G-spot zone?

According to the New Scientist, Italian gynecologists in 2008 were able to locate the G-spot via ultrasound (which I am sure you notice occurred prior to the British and French views via G-spot verbal warfare.)
Well, if you really want to know all about the G-Spot, I suggest you visit Sexual Resource Health.org, (I caution there push for vibrators use) every detailed about the G-spot you will ever need.

Women and men are equipped with multiple erogenous zones so the quest for the G-spot ecstasy is not really necessary unless it is an obsession.

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