G-Spot, Female Prostate Gland, and Female Ejaculation

Many ancient cultures accepted what western medicine has only recently found. Writings from as early as the 4th century B.C., have been found that speak of the distinction between a woman's red and white fluid. Even American Indian folklore mentions the "mixing of male and female fluids" from a female during sex.

In 1950 when an article by a Berlin gynaecologist Ernst Grafenberg discussed the G spot area. His original work reported that some women had a spot on the inside of the front wall of the vagina which, when firmly stimulated produced intense orgasms and in some women ejaculation of something thicker and slicker than urine during the strongest contractions of their orgasms.

It is important to understand that the G spot is not an organ or a structure; it simply describes a location inside the anterior wall of the vagina. If you or your partner use a finger to feel just inside the front wall of your vagina and press towards the pubic mound, you will feel an area with a texture similar to the ridges on the roof of your mouth. This is the location described as the G spot.

Over the years, there has been much controversy over the existence and purpose of the G spot. Much of this stems from a lack of understanding about women’s genital anatomy. Because many medical texts don’t know about the internal clitoral legs and clitoral shaft, the G spot has become this mysterious place. However, when people stimulate this area, they are actually stimulating the internal parts of the clitoris.

The other area that is being stimulated is the urethral sponge, which is usually collapsed and quite difficult to feel, but when a woman becomes aroused, the sponge becomes swollen with blood and is easier to feel as it becomes erect.

The female prostate gland is housed in the sponge and their openings are embedded into the urethra. This is how fluid from the prostate gland travels down the path of the urethra and is ejaculated from the urethral opening. This system can be likened to the prostate in males, which also surrounds the urethra and facilitates ejaculation.

Like the G spot, female ejaculation is controversial and many people feel uncomfortable discussing or even imagining that a woman, like a man, could ejaculate. However, the concept is not so ridiculous when we acknowledge that all embryos appear to be female until about eight to 10 weeks gestation, when embryos containing an X and Y (male) chromosome begin to produce testosterone, and subsequently grow male sexual features.

As a consequence, many aspects of our anatomy that outwardly appear quite different do in fact reflect each other. For example, the clitoral hood can be likened to the foreskin of a penis; the internal clitoral legs are similar to the erectile chambers in the shaft of the penis; and the head of the clitoris can be likened to the head of a penis. The seam down the middle of a man’s scrotal sack is where the parts that would become the labia in a female have joined together to form the scrotum.

Just as our anatomies have similar features, so too do men and women’s sexual functions. While female ejaculation remains contentious, and some people continue to dispute the existence of ejaculate fluid, the first mention of the female prostate gland and its associated fluid dates back to 1672. Dutch physiologist and histologist Reiner de Graaf was the first person to describe the female prostate, to assign it a name and to attempt to formulate the function of this female organ. (ref: Zaviacic, M., Zaviacic, R. Ablin, R.J., Breza, J., Holoman, K. The female prostate: history, functional morphology and sexology implications. Conference paper presented at the 15th World Congress of Sexology, Paris, June 24-28 2001). A 2007 biochemical analysis of ejaculate fluid conducted by Austrian urological researchers found that the “source of fluid expulsion during orgasm is not urine, but rather similar to male ejaculate”. (Wimpissinger reference, p1389)

Techniques for Stimulating the G-Spot

Lie back with your knees pressed up to your chest. In this position, your vaginal depth will shorten and even small fingers should be able to reach the G-spot. With a partner, lie on your side with one leg drawn up to your chest as your partner enters you from the rear. He should be able to hit the spot.

The G-spot responds to pressure rather than to touch. Gently stroking is not likely to get any results. It's more like massaging a pea under a mattress - one has to compress the flesh to find it.

Insert fingers and bend them gently up, around and behind the pubic bone. Beyond the rather rough-surfaced tissue immediately behind her pubic bone, your fingertips will encounter a very soft, smooth area. Go very slowly and let her tell you what she feels as you explore the smooth area, which will feel to you like the inside of a very slippery mitten. When you straighten your fingers and reach further inside, you'll encounter a hard, rubbery structure that feels like an erect nipple pointing south. This is her cervix. The G-spot is somewhere just his side of the cervix, about an inch beyond the mitten, in the flesh immediately in front of the vagina.

Imagine you're holding a tennis ball on those two of three inserted fingers. An area about the size of a grape in the center of the tennis ball is what you're trying to reach. It can be anywhere along that two-or-three inch long area between the pubic bone and the cervix. Explore slowly, allowing for feedback front he woman - let her guide your fingers with her words if she can feel the stimulation. The G-spot responds to pressure rather than to touch. Gentle stroking is not likely to find it. It's more like massaging a pea under a mattress - one has to compress the flesh to find it.

When you reach in from the front with the woman on her back, the heel of your hand is over her clitoris while your fingers hook around her pubic bone. Pull upwards, as if you're trying to lift her off the bed. Do this with the same sort of rhythm you'd use fucking, and keep your fingers hooked, so they press deep into the tissue. Once you know where it is you can try using your penis on it, but for good G-spot orgasm, she may prefer your hand. In face-to-face intercourse, the penis may not stimulate the spot enough to do any good, although some positions, such as the one where the women draws her knees close to her chest, may increase the changes for a G-spot orgasm.



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