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The G-spot Theory: Is It A Lie?

clitoral orgasmIn life, there are myths and truths. However, we tend to believe in myths so much because we’re made to do so. Of course this extends to the female body as well, more specifically – the G-spot!

It is so unfortunate to state that this button might not exist at all (according to a study published in the Journal Urology. But on the flip-side of this, researchers say another structure is responsible for the female orgasm.

The term G-spot has been going round for ages now. It all started when a German gynecologist named Ernest Grafenberg discovered a sensitive spot on the front wall of the female vagina.

Ever since this discovery was made, we’ve been making desperate attempts to buy sex toys or even try different position to hit this magic button. Could all this be wasted effort?

Well, this is not exact. But the biggest problem with people is that when they think of the word ”button”, their minds believe it’s something that can be pushed to make women cum/achieve orgasm. That’s according to Emmanuele Jannini, a renowned professor in endocrinology and sexology at Tor Vergata University in Rome.

The study discovered that this button has been demonstrated to not exist at all, and that there’s no concrete spot on the female anatomy which can stimulate orgasm. But this doesn’t mean that nothing exists.

In case you are a firm believer of G-spot orgasm, and you actually experience it, then you need not to worry, because your vagina is never delusional. Other studies show that women can orgasm in a vast array of ways. This may include vaginal penetration, clitoral stimulation, and even through nipplegasms.

According to this research, female orgasm, specifically from the vagina is as a result of a complex structure, which when stimulated, can bring pleasure. This complex structure is made of more than one spot – it’s a network of several spots interconnected together! The study proposed a new term for this, which is believed to be the main reason why women experience vaginal orgasm.

What’s Inside the Cookie Jar?

The new term is called ”Clitourethrovaginal (CUV) complex. This term describes the interaction between a woman’s clitoris, the urethra and the exterior parts of the vaginal wall. This is where the G-spot is believed to be located anyway.

So, the question is, how exactly are all these things stimulated together?

Well, the researchers used an imaging technique called ultrasonography. Through this technique, they discovered that the clits was more than just that little button you’re familiar with.

The clitoris actually has bulbs interconnected on either side of the vagina. Therefore, the theory is, a man’s thrusting will have the potential of hitting the anterior of the vagina, as well as stimulate both the inner bulbs of the clits and the urethral tissues. This results in a good orgasmic experience – like the ones you see in porn videos!

Lots of women say G-spot orgasm tends to be sweeter than clitoral orgasm/climax, and this study may have explained the reason why that is so. When this is the case, more orgasm and blood flow is involved. Furthermore, Jannini says that when CUV complex is stimulated, a bigger brain reaction occurs, and this does not happen in the case of clitoral stimulation.

Now, whether we decide to coin it as CUV complex or G-spot, why exactly is it that some women experience it while others don’t? First though, it’s important to note that the male genitalia anatomy is the same across all men, compared to the female genitalia anatomy, which varies across women. This variation also occurs within the same woman, and not just from one woman to the other.

Studies continue to show that some women have a shorter distance between their vaginal opening and their clitoris. This should be a bonus for these women, isn’t it?

Furthermore, the female anatomy may change due to hormonal changes and size of their partner. For instance, their vaginal wall may naturally expand to accommodate the bigger dude, and their clitoris may swell during certain times.

The above theories explain why women may experience vaginal orgasm, or sometimes not experience it at all. It also explains why some women may experience it while their counterparts are not experiencing it.

So, what does this mean as far as your sex life is concerned?

Women can use this information to achieve vaginal orgasm. They can try different sex positions that aim at the front wall of the vagina. Effective styles include girl on top, doggy style and many more. They can try adding some clitoral stimulation as well. The aim is to extend the pleasure to the inner bulbs of the clitoral organ.

Jannini affirms that not all female anatomy is equal, so if this doesn’t work, they shouldn’t curse themselves. They need not to form ideological judgements that are related to their sex life.