Facts About G-Spot And Clitoris

The best gift god has ever given to mankind, undoubtedly, is sexuality. It is sexuality that structured the society to the present form. To enjoy this wonderful gift to the fullest, knowledge about body structure and pleasure spots are necessary. Female sexual pleasure mostly associates with her clitoris and G spot. Knowledge of the female sexual organs is essential to arouse sexual passion in her and to lead her to the unexplored peaks of sexual pleasure.

What is G- spot and Clitoris?
The Grafenberg spot or G-spot is a small spot in the genital area of women behind the pubic bone and surrounding the urethra. G-spot is a bundle of nerves within the vaginal canal that often produces pleasurable sensations when stimulated. It is usually located about half way between the back of the pubic bone and the front of the cervix, along the course of the urethra and near the neck of the bladder, where it connects with the urethra. G spot is a spongy ridged area inside the vagina. Stimulating the g spot can pro duce sexual pleasure to the extreme level.

The clitoris is a small bud like formation situated at the top of the inner vaginal lips. Normally it is hidden under a small hood of skin, but expands when sexually aroused. Most women can attain orgasm by means of gentle massage of the clitoral area. Biologically, it is directly equivalent to the male penis. The clitoris has

a central role in elevating feelings of sexual tension.

Clitoral And Vaginal Orgasms
There are two types of orgasms that can happen for women. One is clitoral and the other is Vaginal. It is classified not according to where you feel the orgasm, but where you are being stimulated to achieve orgasm.

Clitoral orgasm is possible by stimulating the clitoris by the women herself. It can be done in a number of ways like rubbing, sucking, body pressure etc... Some women touch the clitoris to become aroused as this is a very sensitive sexual organ. It is a fact that focusing directly on the clitoris for a long time may cause the pleasurable sensations to disappear. The most common way of stimulating clitoris is sexual intercourse. You or your partner can also stimulate your clitoris with fingers during intercourse to help you to achieve orgasm.

For some women, the outer third of their vagina is also very sensitive. When stimulated during intercourse or other vaginal penetration, these women can have orgasm. This is referred as a vaginal orgasm. Vaginal orgasm happens at most of the times, when the g spot is stimulated. Many women have orgasms and about 10 percent can ejaculate when their G-Spots are stimulated.

In fact orgasms are a very individualistic thing. There is no correct pattern of sexual response. Whatever makes you feel more alive and connected with your partner are what count.

Research has shown that women can have orgasm both ways as more powerful blended orgasm, resulting from contractions in both areas at once.

Locating the G spot
G- spot location is different for each woman. There are two primary methods to locate the g-spot. The first method is more personal as locating the G-spot based on the levels of arousal during stimulation. The second method is purely based on the claim that stimulation of the G-spot leads to female ejaculation. Stimulation of a particular spot which leads to an ejaculation is considered as the G-spot for each women.

The first method is a self reported method as it is each woman's responsibility to find out their G spot, but the second method is an attempt to locate the spot under laboratory conditions. Researchers attempted to find the G-spot by “palpating the entire vagina in a clockwise fashion." Using this technique the researchers reported discovering that women had highly sensitive areas on the anterior vaginal wall.

Story first published: Friday, September 21, 2007, 14:24 [IST]
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