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The G-spot – Is it Real and What is It?

Author: Aquila  |  Category: Sexuality
Published: April 3, 2010

The area between a woman’s vagina and urethra and around the urethra is very sensitive for sexual stimulation and an orgasms can originate from this area.. For some women stimulation of this area can be done best through a spot some distance inside the vagina. In the following the whole of this area is for simplicity called the G-spot.


Sigmund Freud composed a hypothesis that young girls could only achieve sexual stimulation at the clitoris, but as the girl matures to a woman she looses the interest in clitoral stimulation and instead gets the ability to feel sexual pleasure in the vagina.

The feminist movement opposed this theory and consolidated the belief that all women at all ages could only achieve sexual pleasure through clitoral stimulation. This belief has for a long time been regarded as the only politically correct stance.

The German gynecologist Erst Grafenberg discovered however that women have a great ability to feel sexual pleasure at the area between the vagina and the urethra. He thought however that the pleasure originated from a very distinct point that he called the G-spot.

Newer research has however revealed that the pleasure originate from a much wider area, and that this area is also connected to the clitoris.

The modern concept still competes with the traditional feministic view and the opponents in this competition also have clear political agendas to serve with their stance.


Even though the areas is wide, the most effective point to stimulate is often found at a point in the upper vaginal wall 3 inches or 5 cm inside the vagina.

The sensual area comprises however all the tissues and structures between the vagina and the urethra and around the urethra.

The area has a network of elastic blood vessels that can be filled with blood so that the area swells, and in the swollen state the sensitivity increases. The area also have a rich branching of sensual nerves.The urethral sphincter which is a grid of crossing muscle bundles lays between this area and the bladder.

In this area at both sides of the urethra there are also two glands that produce a fluid of the same composition as the man’s prostate fluid., the paraurethral glands.

The area is also connected to the clitoris with connective tissue structures so that stimulation at the area also propagates mechanically to the clitoris.


When one stimulates the G-spot effectively sexual sensations that spread far inside and in all directions will result. Many women describe these as waves of pleasure and arousal.

The area provides for many other types of sensations when it is stimulated. Some women feel the same good feelings that occur when they let the urine flow during urination.

Many women are not aware of the possible pleasure they can derive from this area before they learn to recognize the area and the right stimulation technique. Some women also seem to mistake sexual urges coming from the G-spot for urge to urinate.


Since the G-spot is a wide area, it can be stimulated from several angles and with several methods. The most effective stimulation is often achieved by deep massage into the tissue over the vaginal wall, often around 5 cm or 3 inches inside. in order to find the best place and the best technique every women or every man playing with his women must however experiment some time.

You can stimulate the area with a finger inserted into the vagina or with a dildo with or without vibration, preferably a dildo with a somewhat bent tip. By using vibration of the right intensity and frequency, one will achieve stimulation in a wider area, and often the stimulation will feel more intense.


A woman can get an orgasm upon stimulation at the G-spot. Sometimes the center of the feelings and reactions during the orgasm will be in the G-spot itself, other times the clitoris will be the orgasmic center.

An orgasm that occur upon by G-spot stimulation is often experienced as deeper than clitorally induced orgasms and will often last longer and give more muscular contractions in the pelvic area.


The G-spot gets filled with blood and engorge when stimulated and this swelling increases the feelings. The reactions spread to the whole sexual organ. Therefore the lips and the clitoris will swell too. The stimulation also increases secretion of fluid in the vagina, in the urethra and from the glands at both sides of the urethra. During orgasm the production and expulsion of fluids from all these areas can be so strong that in resembles an ejaculation. This reaction is said to occur more often with G-spot orgasms than with clitoral orgasms.

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Author: Aquila

Aquila is an internet consultant and marketer focusing on health items. At his web-site you can find health advices, training supplements, vitamins, minerals and natural drugs against common diseases, like: Acne and skin problems, over-weight, hypothyroidism, hemorrhoids, heart trouble, joint pain and rheumatism, depression, constipation and digestive trouble, cold, flu, men's and women's problems, and more. At his website you will also find information and product presentations within the fields: RC models, hobby, electronics, optical instruments, automotive, jewelry, cosmetics and fashion.

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