The legitimacy of the G-spot has been discussed for years now. Is it real? Is it made up? Is it just an extension of another part of our vagina? Does it really give women the most amazing, intense orgasm of their lives? Is there something wrong with you if you’ve never felt it? When it comes to the G-spot, there are so many questions, but so little certain answers. It’s actually pretty frustrating. Don’t you want to know what the heck is going on down there?!
Well, while we still can’t prove that it is 100 percent real, we certainly can give you all the G-spot facts that are out there. I mean, who doesn’t want to know about something that could potentially change your sex life forever? Or maybe not. Here are 10 crazy, interesting facts you never knew about the G-spot:
We Don't Know If It's 100 Percent LegitI'm sure you've heard many debates over the G-spot. So, is it real or not? Unfortunately, the jury is still out on that. Studies are constantly being published saying it's not real... but a few months later, another study is inevitably published saying that it is. Some scientists believe they've found it's exact location, while others say there is no exact location. It's kind of complicated. For now, we can say that some people believe it is real, although it has never been scientifically proven.
Not Every Woman Feels ItOne thing's for sure: if the G-spot is, indeed, real, then every woman doesn't feel it. Many women don't experience the G-spot "feeling," and so they get discouraged and think that there's something wrong with them because of that. but researchers insist that it is completely normal, and that you have nothing to worry about if you don't think you've found your G-spot. Don't stress! Source: ShutterStock
It May Be An Extension Of The ClitorisYou know how we don't even know if the G-spot is real or not? Well, some researchers and scientists believe that the "G-spot" is actually just an extension of the clitoris. They believe that the G-spot is what causes vaginal orgasms. This would kind of make sense, and it's definitely an interesting theory to consider. Source; ShutterStock
It's Similar To The Male Prostate GlandIf the G-spot IS real, some researchers and scientists believe that is the female equivalent to the male prostate gland - so, basically, the female prostate gland. That's probably because the male prostate gland is very sensitive to pressure and stimulation, just like the G-spot.
It Does Have A Specific LocationResearchers who believe the G-spot is real also believe that they've figured out the exact location of it. Scientists say that the G-spot is reported as being about 2 to 3 inches inside the vagina, on the front wall. It is close enough to stimulate and touch, but not so close that it is always being touched.
It Needs Direct StimulationThe whole thing about the G-spot is that it's this magical area that makes a woman feel AH-mazing. Stimulating the area supposedly creates a very intense orgasm. However, it needs direct stimulation. Researchers say you can press two fingers deeply into it. Because it needs such direct stimulation, it can be difficult to get to when you're having intercourse. Some researchers believe that it is best stimulated manually and vaginally at the same time. Source: ShutterStock
Certain Sex Positions Might Be Better For Stimulating ItBecause of the location of the G-spot and the fact that it needs direct stimulation, you may need to try certain sex positions in order to stimulate it during intercourse. Researchers say that the woman on top position is one of the easier ones to try. Being on top gives you more control and lets you move around in the way that feels best for you. Source: ShutterStock
It Gets Bigger When You're Turned OnYour G-spot, like your clitoris, gets larger when you're turned on. When you're not in the mood, your G-spot can be only the size of a pea. But when you're ready to go, it can increase a lot. This is why foreplay is really important! Source: SHutterStock
It Is Also Called The Sacred SpotThere's a special name for the G-spot in tantric sex: the sacred spot. It is thought to be a woman's emotional sexual center. Powerful! Source: ShutterStock
It Got It's Name From A GynecologistThe G-spot got it's name in a very unsexy way: from the gynecologist that discovered it, Ernst Gräfenberg. That's definitely a great thing to be known for!
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Do you think the G-spot is real? Have you ever experienced anything like the G-spot? Which of these facts surprised you the most? Tell me in the comments.