Has the ‘G-Spot’ Been Confirmed at Last? –Doctors Lounge July 2, 2015 At long last – researchers have finally identified the G- spot. And in other breaking news: Water is still wet. Source: Has the ‘G-Spot’ Been Confirmed at Last? –Doctors Lounge...
A great debate rages, and it has nothing to do with politics! Does the ìvaginal orgasm really exist? Because the vagina contains few nerve endings and the clitoral nerve pathways extend far below the surface, many experts claim a vaginal orgasm is simply a clitoral orgasm achieved through indirect means.
That said, while most women need some form of clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm, there are women who can orgasm from simple vaginal penetration alone. There are many nerve endings in a woman's pelvic region! While most are concentrated on the surface (in the clitoral area) there are also several "pleasure triggers" located within the vagina that are certainly worthy of attention.
The G-spot is a small, sensitive area located on the ìroofî of the vagina which, in some women, can produce the heralded and much-debated G-spot orgasm, and even female ejaculation. A lesser known erogenous zone is the cervix. Proper stimulation of this area can lead to deep, powerful cervical orgasms, or pelvic orgasms. Overall, orgasms are quite individual and there is no one correct way to have them.
The important thing is to HAVE them! For the lucky few that can climax by penetration alone, a vibrator can be a wonderful thing. Many people assume that vibrators and dildos are the same thing, but while dildos can only be used internally (and donít vibrate), vibrators can work internally and externally and can offer more intense stimulation.
With their smooth, pleasurable and consistent sensations, vibrators are an excellent way to stimulate those hard-to-find nerve endings hidden deep inside the vagina.
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