Enjoying the Secret Pleasure Zone
G-spot stimulation is a must-have on many women's sexual shopping lists despite the fact that the female G-spot has never been identified as a concrete biological entity. Scientists still have conflicting views over what it is and whether it exists at all.
In a study at King's College London in the United Kingdom researchers brought the elusive G-spot to the forefront with a study of more than 1,800 female twins. The study, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, suggests that there is no genetic basis for the G-spot and that environmental or psychological factors may contribute to whether a woman believes that she has a G-spot, or not.
Interestingly enough, the lead study author, clinical psychologist Andrea Burri, questioned whether the outcome of the study accurately elicited the information the researchers were seeking. The women were not physically examined for the presence of a G-spot but instead given a survey asking whether they believed that they had a "so called G-spot, a small area the size of a 20p coin on the front wall of your vagina that is sensitive to deep pressure?"
One could therefore argue that the outcome of the study reflected whether women believed they had a g-spot rather than the actual presence of it.
Whether the existence of the G-spot is proven or not is largely irrelevant to the many women who experience extremely pleasant sensations through G-spot stimulation.
G-spot Stimulation Technique
If you and your partner have never played hunt the G-spot, I suggest that you get yourself ready for a bit of fun. It may also help to give your partner directions.
Since the G-spot only appears for play when you're fully aroused, indulge in some foreplay and then ask your partner to curl their fingers up behind your pubic bone, about 5cm (2ins) inside your vagina, and make a 'come hither' motion. It varies from woman to woman, but the G-spot typically feels slightly swollen and ridged.
There is not much room to manouvre, but try rocking, massaging and circling movements for maximum pleasure.
Extended stimulation of the G-spot, coupled with clitoral stimulation, may lead to the sensation of needing to pee. This is a sign that the right area is being stimulatued and that your body is readying itself for female ejaculation.
Instead of clamping down, push outward and downward with your pelvic floor muscles at the moment of orgasm. The fluid ejaculated has a different chemical make-up to urine and is produced in varying quantities of fluid. Some women gush, while others don't even realize that it has happened.
It takes a bit of practice, but oh boy, it's worth it!
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