Finding the "G-spot" can enhance a females sexual experience and provide her with a different type of orgasmic pleasure. The location of this spot is therefore important for both males and females to find.
The History of the G-Spot and What G Stands For
In 1950 a gynecologist from Berlin wrote a paper describing a spot on the inside front wall of the vagina, that when stimulated produced intense orgasm and sometimes female ejaculation. His work went mostly unnoticed until the late 1970s, when new research suggested that he was correct in his findings. It was at this time that the term "G-Spot" became famous, and was named after the man who discovered it- Ernst Grafenberg.
The G-Spot is Not a Myth
Most sexologists believe that the G-Spot does in fact exist. The Perry and Whipple extensive study of 1978 confirmed the G-Spot as part of the general female anatomy, but admitted however, that it may be unresponsive in many women due to lack of stimulation (through proper stimulation responsiveness can return).
Why the G-Spot Exists
Early in gestation all humans start out as female, but through chemical changes the female organs transform into male organs. There is in fact little difference between the male and female sex organs from an anatomical point of view. It is for this reason that females posses urethral glands and ducts much like males do. These urethral glands in men are called the prostate, and they create much of the male ejaculate. Massaging the prostate through way of the anus is a common practice to sexually stimulate males, and it is no different when it comes to females. Hitting the G-Spot is the equivalent to massaging the prostate of a male, however it can be reached from inside the vagina instead of from within the anus. This process can also cause female ejaculate, which is very similar in chemical composition to male ejaculate (minus the sperm of course). Female Ejaculation is fairly common among G-Spot induced orgasms.
Locating the G-Spot
The elusive G-Spot lies in the vaginal wall just behind the pelvic bone. If you were to follow the course of the urethra it would be near the front of the bladder. The G-Spot will be a few inches inside the vagina on the front wall. The actual size and location of the G-Spot will vary from person to person.
Stimulating the G-Spot
Usually fingers are best but there are specially made vibrators that can be used to stimulate the G-Spot. First begin by locating the G-Spot in yourself or with a partner. This process will require feedback from the woman if using a partner since it's deep within the flesh it may be hard to locate. Once located, stimulating the G-Spot requires pressure instead of touch. That is, you must press against it instead of stroking it. For a woman to reach orgasm through G-Spot stimulation use rhythmic upward pressure on the G-Spot with a similar rhythm timing to that of intercourse. Your lady will be suprised if it's her first G-Spot orgasm, as it feels much different (deeper muscle contractions) than a clitoral orgasm. Female ejaculation may occur during orgasm too, but this is natural.