Female Ejaculation Part 7: The G-Spot
As usual, the information in this particular series has been taken from the book: Female Ejaculation: Unleash the Ultimate G-Spot Orgasm.
The G-Spot is under the lining of the vagina’s front wall, and it’s not particularly sensitive or even noticeable without a high level of excitement.
As every conscious lover knows, no two women are the same, and no one woman is the same all the time.
If all of that doesn’t make it confusing enough, there are four different kinds of female prostates […] In most women, [Zaviacic] discovered the greatest density of glands was located near the urethral opening. Here are the percentages of women he found with different kinds of prostates:
% of Women Location of Glands and Ducts
70% Near the urethral opening by the vaginal opening.
15% Near the bladder at the vagina’s top end.
7% Midway back between the vaginal opening and the cervix.
8% Minimal glands and ducts.
What this means is that your most erectile G-Spot tissue is likely nearer the opening of your vagina. Even so, the deeper little “tail” of the meatus-type female prostate can be highly sensitive.
There’s a real chance it could be deeper inside or not very excitable without long dedicated arousal at different times. That makes it seem as though the G-Spot is moving from time to time, even within one lovemaking session.
The good news is that there is a surefire way to find the G-Spot. Usually, the tissue covering the erect part of the sponge becomes rough and wrinkly like a cat’s tongue. This is the direct result of the urethral sponge becoming engorged with blood. So, search for the corduroy, and you’ll increase your chances of zooming in quickly. Couple that with searching under the vagina’s lining for the little swollen glands that sometimes feel like beans, and you’ve got it!
You know what all this means, don’t ya? If you can’t find it the first time, look and look again. Think of it as an adventure, like the game Operation, only if you hit the spot you’ll get more than a tiny little buzzing sound. And once you have found it, don’t give up, because it doesn’t give you immense pleasure in the first fifteen minutes of trying. Yup, you know what that means, don’t ya? Try and try again. It always amazes me, how quick people are to abandon learning a new skill that pertains to their own body. If you’ve ever trained yourself to be good at something, you know that it takes time and practice, but don’t look at this as a chore. It’s supposed to be fun! And nothing stops the fun like thinking about it too hard, or getting frustrated at the first sign of failure. Practice! And by practice, I mean, masturbate.
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