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Member # 3892
posted 05-28-2001 04:21 PM
Does any one know how i can find it or what can help me find it, i masturbate regularly where it should be, but can't get a g-spot orgasm. my friends say it feels great but i wish i could find my g-spot and experienece it for my self
Member # 568
posted 05-28-2001 04:35 PM
your G-spot (grafenberg spot) is located on the ventral wall of your vagina, approximately 2 to 3 inches past the introitus.
¿en inglés por favor?
lie on your back. your G-spot should be about 2 or 3 inches past the opening of your vagina, on the same side as your belly. If you stick your fingers in there with your palmside up, you can curl your fingers upward toward the ceiling and toward your belly and feel a small spot about the size of a quarter. It's kinda soft with little ridges.
but beware, simply touching this spot will not give you an instant orgasm. You will need to figure out yourself how you like for it to be stimulated. Because it is so sensitive, touching it the wrong way can sometimes be painful.
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Member # 2059
posted 05-28-2001 10:50 PM
also, not everyone has a sensitive g-spot! the whole g-spot concept is, in my understanding, a rather controversial topic in the world of sexual physiology.
if you want to kiss the sky, you better learn how to kneel (on your knees, boy) -U2
Member # 3041
posted 05-29-2001 12:12 AM
and another thing!
often, a woman's g-spot isn't noticeable unless she is already sexually aroused -- if you just start off trying to find your g-spot, you might not be able to find it.
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Member # 44692
posted 11-15-2009 02:28 PM
NOT ALL WOMAN CAN ORGASM FROM THE G-SPOT BUT WOMAN THAT CAN NOT ORGASM FROM THE G-SPOT WILL NORMALLY ORGASM BY STIMULATING THE A-SPOT INSTEAD
Member # 3
posted 11-15-2009 02:34 PM
Sexualsatan, when you give answers if you could please a) not use all caps, and b) also try not to use slang so people know what you mean, that'd be great. I've worked in sexuality for over a decade, for instance, and have never heard anyone use the term "a-spot" to mean any one thing, so have no idea what you mean by that.
(However, if you're suggesting that most women can orgasm via intercourse alone by SOME means that doesn't involve clitoral stimulus, do know that's factually incorrect. The majority of women cannot reach orgasm by intercourse alone, period.) [ 11-15-2009, 02:36 PM: Message edited by: Heather ]
Member # 38698
posted 11-15-2009 07:13 PM
One more note that might help: I can't actually feel my G-spot texturally, but I know that it feels really good when I push in that area. So even if you can't feel a different texture like some people can, experiment with different motions or pressures inside and you may find something that feels good (whether it's your G-spot or not!). It took me a few years to discover mine, so keep at it!
Member # 47022
posted 05-11-2010 08:48 PM
The G-spot is an area in the outer vaginal wall one to three inches up that some women report as being an erogenous zone. "G" is short for "Gräfenberg", the name of the scientist who described it in "The Role of the Uretha in Female Orgasm" in 1950. (Interesting fact- He also invented the first IUD.)
We've been studying the G-spot since the 80's and we still haven't discovered what is or even if it really exists. Cadaver studies are inconclusive, a study involving twins found that the G-spot does not exist, and a study using ultrasound claims to have found physical evidence of the G-spot. Part of the problem is that no one can agree about what, exactly, the G-spot is, or even if it is something that all women have. Some believe that what women are stimulating is the skene's glands that are responsible for vaginal lubrication. others believe that they are stimulating the urethral sponge, a cushion of spongy tissue surrounding the urethra. Others believe that the G-spot is some kind of proto-prostate gland. Still others believe that it is just an indirect method of stimulating the nerves in the urethra. Some women like to have their G-spots stimulated, some do not. Some like the heavy pressure of a g-spot toy, while others find heavy stimulation uncomfortable and need a lighter touch. Some can come from g-spot stimulation alone, others need clitoral stimulation as well. Some women also ejaculate when their G-spot is stimulated, some women still ejaculate when it is not. If you find a spot in your vagina that gives you pleasure, masturbate with it, incorporate it into sex. If you don't, then don't worry about it and keep masturbating in a way that brings you pleasure. There's not something wrong with you, you're not disfunctional if your g-spot isn't wired that way. And by the way, you know there is no such thing as a vaginal, or a g-spot, or a clitoral orgasm, right? Orgasm is a chemical and electrical response that begins in the hypothalamus of the brain and spreads across the entire nervous system. It's a full body sensation. tldr: if you have a wired g-spot, great, if not, don't worry about it and there's nothing wrong with you. It's just one more thing in your sexual toolkit, and an extraneous one at that. Keep in mind that friends exaggerate their own sexual prowess and they are more likely in the same situation as you.
Member # 3
posted 05-11-2010 09:09 PM
cthulhu_hungers: Great advice!