Consider this a learning experience. FYI, no one ever showed me a diagram of this until about a week ago. I debated putting it up because on the one hand it could be considered inappropriate. On the other hand, how many women bother asking their significant other to help find the G-spot? I was shocked to find out I knew so little.
Originally named for gynaecologist Ernst Grafenberg in 1944, who first described it. There are a number of different theories about what the G-spot or area actually is. One view is that it is an area of prostatic tissue similar to the male prostate. The absence of the Y chromosome in the developing female fetus deposits the cells in a similar location and voila – the G-spot. Complete with a similar type of sensitivity to the male prostate
Another expert agrees with the prostate theory but expands it to say that this is not the only reason for sensitivity. He points to the clitoris and the urethra as other sources of pleasure, both of which can be stimulated via the front wall of the vagina. Therefore there are a number of erogenous zones and we should stop seeking the elusive g-spot and instead rename it the ?anterior wall erogenous complex? – catchy!
How many men bother to even explore enough to find it? It’s supposedly one of the significant sexual organs for women. Also who knows anything about this?
So, though this seems tasteless, it’s also informative and slightly funny. But more than that I hope it allows couples to explore their sexuality in an open way. Talk about what feels good and what doesn’t. The more open we are, the safer we’ll be and the more enjoyable we’ll be.