Does The G-Spot Really Exist (Hint: Yes)

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Does The G-Spot Really Exist (Hint: Yes)

The G-spot is a mythical area on a woman’s body that men strive to find in hopes of sending said woman into uncharted bliss and ecstasy. But does such a place exist? German gynecologist Eric Grafenberg says it does, or ja tut es, auf Deutsch.

The nerve-heavy clitourethrovaginal complex — a meeting spot for the clitoris, urethra, and vagina — sits roughly five to eight centimeters above the vaginal opening. When stimulated it can produce a different orgasm than a clitoral orgasm.

However, some women find it more uncomfortable . Regardless of the woman’s response to stimulation of her G-spot, it appears it does exist. Should you continue to dig for it? If it’s a one-night stand, don’t bother. Instead, focus on enjoying the short amount of time that a lucky lady is offering you. If it’s a long-term relationship you have a little more room to maneuver. You can ask your partner about it and what she likes — she might even be able to guide you on your quest. Otherwise, stick to avoiding the two-pump chump scenario and pleasing her as best you can with your hands, mouth, and whatever else she responds to.

Although, if you do that you’ll be committing one of the things that science tells us turns her off, If you want to know a few things that turn her on, scroll through the next few pages …