The G spot orgasm is one of those elusive sexual acts. Some people have found the G spot and swear that it’s the best thing that has ever happened to their sex life. Others have tried to locate it and have failed. Some love it, some like it and others hate it. Even the experts don’t agree on the G spot. The bottom line is, we need even more research into this sexual spot so that we can better understand what it is and how it works. The good news is that some new research has been done and we beginning to have a better understanding of vaginal orgasms and the G spot. Here is what they discovered:
* The G spot is not actually a spot! – This is something that has been misunderstood about the G spot for a long time. Both scientists and lovers have been searching for a spot that is its only separate thing on the inner wall of the vagina, but that’s not actually what the G spot is. It’s much more complicated than that.
It’s actually a whole zone on the front inside wall of the vagina that is composed of several parts. Most guys know of the part of the clitoris that they can see, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There is a whole internal structure of the clitoris that you don’t see. It’s shaped like a wishbone with the tip being the part that you see and the arms of the wishbone extending on either side of the vagina. The new theory is that the “spot” is actually when you stimulate these clitoral “arms,” the Skene’s gland, and the anterior vaginal wall.
* Vaginal orgasms (or G spot orgasms) ARE different than clitoral orgasms – Research has been done to study women’s brains when their clitoris, vagina and cervix were being stimulated. An MRI showed that women have different sensory pathways when their vagina is stimulated to the sensory pathways for when their clitoris is being stimulated. Another study showed that women who were paralyzed from the waist down and had lost sensation in their clitoris, but were still able to experience vaginal sensations.
* The bigger the G “zone,” the more likely the woman is to have a vaginal orgasm – We’re talking about thickness here. The thicker this area is, the bigger the concentration of blood vessels, nerve endings, muscles, and glands, and therefore the more sensitive it is to stimulation. The research shows that there are some women who have small zones and therefore it will be much harder for them to have a vaginal orgasm. That means you might be doing everything in your power to give a woman a G spot orgasm, but if her G zone isn’t particularly sensitive, it might not ever happen. For other women vaginal orgasms might be possible, but only when combined with other types of stimulation. There is nothing wrong with the women who have limited vaginal sensitivity. Just like some women love to have their necks kissed and others might not like it, the same goes for G zone stimulation.
* Which is better? The vaginal orgasm or the clitoral orgasm? Many claim that the vaginal orgasm is more intense, but then there are just as many who say that clitoral orgasms are better. The jury will probably be forever out on that one. No one can really say since it will always come down to personal preference. They are both amazing, but different.
* Vaginal / G spot orgasms don’t often happen by accident – It’s rare for a woman to happen upon one without really knowing her body. If you and your partner really want to try to achieve this kind of orgasm, the best thing you can do is explore her body and learn what she really likes. More importantly, SHE needs to do this kind of exploration in order to really get to know her sexual self.
All of this new information should be extremely helpful for all of our quests to understand the female orgasm even better. It’s important to keep in mind that women are different and there is never just one one-size-fits-all sex technique that will work for 100% of the population. So, if you have been searching for that G spot and have gotten frustrated not being able to find it, why not just begin to explore her body and learn about it and just see where it leads you?