What’s The Big Deal About The G Spot?
When it comes to talking about women’s pleasure zones, we hear a lot, quite rightly, about the clitoris. It’s easy enough (for most people) to find, and it contains . But the G spot is the more elusive relation; some people sing its praises, while others think it is a myth. So what’s the truth here?
What exactly is the G spot?
The confusion arises because the G spot is not a specific anatomical feature, but a part of the clitoris that is situated near the front vaginal wall. The clitoris is a large and complex organ, and two thirds of it are located internally, reaching around the wall of the vagina.
The G spot (named for the scientist Ernst Gräfenberg who first reported it) is a particularly sensitive and dense area of nerve endings that can be stimulated internally, producing a pleasurable and sometimes orgasmic response.
What’s the fuss all about?
Some women find that the big G is most definitely their sweet spot. However, a 2010 survey found that only think that they have one. In the end, it seems to be a matter of both biology and preference. All bodies are unique, and for some, the external clitoris is where it’s at. For others, this is the mere tip of the iceberg.
How do I find out?
If you’re curious to try and locate this holy grail in yourself or a partner, it’s best accessed internally, lifting slightly forwards and upwards in the direction of the belly button. To stimulate it, you could try and vary your sexual positions. Doggy style or cowgirl are good, because they allow for deeper penetration.
Some women also like to use G spot vibrators, which are designed with a curved shape to make accessing the sensitive area on the vaginal wall easier. In the end, there’s no right or wrong when it comes to finding your pleasure zones, and you’re more likely to hit the high spots when you’re relaxed and turned on, rather than carrying out an anatomical survey!