Did you know that Dr. Ernst Gräfenberg a male Gynecologist of German decent and Jewish heritage is accredited with discovering the G-Spot as well as inventing the Intrauterine Device (IUD)? In addition there is also evidence to suggest that research on the G-Spot started as early as the 16th Century by Dr. Regnier de Graaf of Holland. …wanted you to know that Mz. JewCee did her research on this topic…
The G-spot is an erogenous area of the vagina that, when stimulated, may lead to strong sexual arousal, powerful orgasms and potential female ejaculation. Although, typically reported to be located 5–8 cm up the front vaginal wall (between the vaginal opening and the urethra) every woman is built differently. The G-Spot may feel ridged, rippled and/or spongy. The area cannot be seen, but can be felt when a finger is inserted into the vagina and pressed forward. Moving the finger in a come-here motion may start to stimulate the G-Spot and the Skene’s Gland that is reported to be located around the urethra area. The importance of the Skene’s Gland is that it collects fluid that can be expelled through the urethra during orgasm.
Note: Research suggests that there are multiple glands containing fluid that are located either within and/or behind the vaginal wall that secrete fluids of various consistencies during sexual stimulation and orgasm/climax.
Pressing this spot gently and stroking it lightly can prime the G-Spot for orgasm. When aroused, similar to the clitoral stimulation, the G-Spot area will fill with blood and become more sensitive to the touch of a finger, penis and/or a vibrator. The sensation of being touched during this arousal period may result in what many women describe as a deeply intense, shaken-to-the-core kind of climax! Each woman’s experience with G-Spot stimulation is unique. Some women have reported stimulation ranging from euphoric to irritating. …so once again – this isn’t the end-all and be-all for every women…
It is important to mention that as tempting as it may be to lump ALL women into one category of pleasure, a woman’s personal pleasure development, sexual experience and sensation levels vary from female to female/woman to woman. This may not be the most productive way to think about sex and pleasure, but it is the honest way to be inclusive to ALL women. When you are able to normalize the down-side of orgasms for a specific area, this will allow you and your partner to explore other erogenous avenues to find what truly inspires you to free yourself orgasmically.
Mz. JewCee understands that for far too long Women have internally beat themselves up because of the ‘allusive’ orgasm. These women have felt the burden of shame or felt that they are not “normal” or not good enough. These women have felt the pressure of trying to make their partner feel competent and ‘all pleasuring’, when in fact their partner could be the one that does not have the knowledge on how to please her.
Once again Mz. JewCee stresses the importance of knowing your body… Remember to: Educate, Explore and Execute. What you discover about your sexual arousal can be enlightening and freeing at the same time. …after all…Sex Should Be Fun!
Enjoy ~ Enlighten ~ Embrace ~ Eroticism