The Feminine G Spot

Oct 24, 2013

Finding The Feminine G Spot: What Is It Really And Where Is It?

The Grafenberg Spot or commonly known as G-spot was named after the gynecologist that first described it in 1950, Ernst Grafenberg. It is a small sensitive area within the feminine sexual organs. More precisely it is located in the internal part of the root of the clitoris and it is a special tissue that surrounds the urethra. It can be felt and stimulated from inside the vagina, through the anterior side.

At the beginning, when it is stimulated, many women relate that they feel like they need to urinate, even though the bladder is empty. After 2 to 10 seconds of stimulations, the initial sensation is replaced in many women by a strong and different sexually pleasant sensation. It seems that in women over their 30´s, their G-spot is more accessible and its stimulation produces more intense pleasure. Probably, this is due to the fact that the internal tissues of their vaginas suffer some changes and allow an easier access.


Typically women seem to find it difficult to locate and stimulate their G-spots by themselves, unless they use a vibrator or a specific G-spot stimulating device). However, they have no difficulty at all in identifying the erotic sensations it produces when this area is stimulated by their sexual partners.

The main obstacle to locate the G-spot by women themselves is that it may require long fingers or a short vagina so as to reach that particular area while they lay on their backs. In some women, when it is properly stimulated, it begins to grow and can reach the size of a coin. For women to experiment with their G-spot, they will need to apply a stronger pressure than the one they would apply to the clitoris, and they may get to feel a much more intense internal sensation than the one they obtain when they stimulate the clitoris


Men can stimulate their partners G sport with the fingers, with a vibrator or with the penis. The position that helps to a better stimulation with the penis is when the woman stays on top. A vast amount of women claim that they can not only experiment very intense orgasms but also that they can have multiple orgasms and some even release a considerable orgasmic fluid. The orgasm that is achieved as a result of a stimulation of the G-spot is usually a deep, profound interior sensation.

Nowadays however, it is clear and well known that not all women get to feel their G-spot. This can be explained based on the anatomic differences related to the way in which the clitoris is inserted in relationship with the minor labia of the vagina.  So far, there is only a reasonable agreement among researchers and specialists about the presence of vaginal erogenous zones of varying localization in most women, nevertheless, the specific anatomic structure named G-spot as well as feminine ejaculation are phenomena whose existence some professionals still question.

But a reality is that, no matter what some people may still be arguing, the existence of the G-spot is recognized and accepted and a vast number of women achieve glorious sensations and amazing orgasms through it. This portion of tissue found approximately 3 to 6 centimeters inside the vagina is the responsible of astonishing pleasures for those who have the pleasure of having it properly stimulated. The difference that women relate between an orgasm reached through G-spot and to usual ones it that the orgasm in not accompanied by a generalized contracture of the body muscles, in this case the orgasm emerges with a “pushing” movement. After the first sensation of wanting to urinate the woman feels when her G-spot is stimulated, if stimulation continues, they start feeling like they want to “push” and it is in that precise moment when orgasm irrupts.


Pere  Estupinya is a Spanish scientist and author which published that the G-spot is nothing but an internal area of the clitoris. The visible part of the clitoris is just a small portion and the biggest part is hidden inside and when women are sexually excited the erected clitoris gets closer to the vagina, which would explain why so many women have such sensitivity in the area we are talking about in this article.  The French gynecologist Odile Buisson elaborated this hypothesis that Estupinya developed and which a growing number of medical or sexual experts are adhering to.

Where this wonderful spot is located depends on the anatomy of each woman, and no matter if you believe it exists or not or if you adhere to the position that it is a prolongation of the clitoris, the reality is that it is a source of immense pleasure for women and it is worth it every effort trying to locate it and stimulate it! So do not hesitate investing some time and finding it!

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