There are a lot of myths and misinformation out there about the G spot and whether or not it exists. The G spot, named after Dr. Gräfenberg, the ob-gyn credited with discovering this spot in the 1980s, is definitely a real spot in the body and exists. However, there is a lot of misinformation because it is different in every woman. Here is some information you may want to know if you are questioning whether the G spot exists.
Its Location Varies in Women
One reason why people question whether the G spot exists or not is because it not a definable sexual organ. You can define a penis or vagina and these parts are easily identifiable and located in the same spot on men and women. The G spot is an area near the front vaginal wall that is made up of tissue matter. In many women, the area is sensitive and can begin to swell when they are turned on or when the area is touched or rubbed, just like the clitoris. However, the front vaginal wall is fairly long and the positioning of these tissues can vary in women. Some have a larger G spot, while others is smaller. For many women, the G spot is something that they stumble across, rather than locate. If you are trying to locate yours, get yourself turned on and then insert a finger or two into your vagina. Lightly feel around and rub. When you are rubbing on something that feels good, it may swell or enlarge. This is your G spot.
The Sensitivity Varies in Women
Another reason why people question whether the G spot exists or not is because it doesn’t have the same affect on all women. The sensitivity of a G spot can vary drastically from one woman to the next. In some women, it simply feels nice or good to have the G spot rubbed or touched. In other women, it can send them over the edge and result in orgasm. It is not realistic to think every women will reach orgasm through G spot stimulation. Some can, while some can’t. There is nothing wrong with you if you can and nothing wrong with if you cannot.
Sex, either with yourself or with a partner, should be something that you enjoy, not something that you stress out or worry about. Exploring different angles, positions and even using sex toys can help you figure out what feels best to you and what may lead you to orgasm. Instead of focusing on finding the G spot specifically, play around and learn what excites you and turns you on. If your G spot is sensitive, you will eventually find it, or find something else that feels just as good to you.
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