3 Main Techniques How to Reach the G-Spot Easily
Along with penis size, the G-spot is certainly the most talked-about subject on any website discussing sex issues and male or female health. Named after a famous German gynecologist, Ernst Granfeberg, the G-spot was first located in 1950 in what could arguably be described as the first published sex guide.
Granfeberg’s paper, “The Role of Urethra in Female Orgasm” identified the previously ignored aspect of women’s health. Grafenberg was a German-born Jewish doctor, and as such was arrested by the Nazis in 1937 during the holocaust, but he escaped in 1940 with the help of friends in the International Society of Sexology. He then immigrated to California. Anyway let talk about how to reach the G-spot… but first…
Locating the G-spot
Before trying to reach the G-spot, let’s take a look at its location on the female body. Comparable to the male prostate, the G-spot is located between the pubic bone and the cervix on the top side of the vagina. An integral component of the spongy urethral tissue, the G-spot plays a very important role during arousal. If stimulated correctly, sexual intercourse can lead to female ejaculation. Note that other women could also feel the urge to urinate when their G-spot is stimulated.
The urethral tissue is a cushion against the pubic bone and vaginal wall, surrounding the urethra. The urethra is compressed during arousal and the erectile tissue is filled with blood, thus preventing urination during sex.
The urethral tissue also contains the Skene’s glands which produce the famous female ejaculation that so often confounds men. Some scientists believe the G-spot isn’t a singular physical locale, but rather the deepest nerves of the clitoris passing through the urethral tissue to connect with the spinal column.
It is important to note that the fluid women produce during orgasm coming from the Skene’s glands and passing through the urethra is similar to what men produce from the prostate, which is why we can refer to it as female ejaculation.
As women age, the structure of this important tissue varies, and after the age of 30, the g-spot becomes significantly easier to reach. This is why women are likely to experience the best sexual intercourse of their life after this age.
Reaching the G-spot
There are three prominent methods to reaching the mysterious G-spot in a woman:
- Men with an upward-curving penis should try the missionary position, as the pressure of a penis with that shape will be most exerted on the front wall of the vagina.
- Men with a downward-curving penis, or a penis that does not curve, are most likely to stimulate the G-spot in the doggy style position, where the downward pressure of their thrust will be exerted on the front wall of the vagina.
- With the fingers and/or the tongue you must push down on the clitoris and arch the tongue/fingers upward, at least one to three inches inside the vagina.
The exact distance and location of the G-spot varies from one person to another. So try the above suggestions how to reach the G-spot and ask your spouse which is best. Science has only begun to answer the plethora of questions concerning the female sexual experience, but one thing we do know — the G-spot plays a very important role.