What is the Gspot ? and where can you find it ?





In 1950, German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg described a distinct erotic region on the inner upper wall of the vagina. Since that time, the G-spot has remained the subject of scientific and sexual controversy. Some females report experiencing immense pleasure from the stimulation of this spot. However, others have reported frustration from their inability to find it, or from the belief that they do not have a G-spot. Finding the G-spot can increase some females' sexual pleasure and give couples a fun sexual challenge to pursue. However, it is important to note that people who cannot find the G-spot or who do not want to try to find it can still enjoy gratifying and pleasurable sex.




The G-spot, also known as the Gräfenberg area or Gräfenberg spot, is an erogenous zone inside of the vagina. An erogenous zone is an area of the body that is sensitive to sexual stimulation. Some people report that the stimulation of this area causes them either to ejaculate or to produce much more lubrication than usual. Others say that it offers a more intense orgasm, or makes it possible to orgasm from vaginal penetration. People's responses to G-spot stimulation vary. Some females cannot find the G-spot, or do not believe that they have one. Others find stimulation of the area painful or unpleasant. Some report that the G-spot offers a different form of intense pleasure that they do not get from other forms of stimulation.


Where is the G-spot? Different people report slightly different experiences with the G-spot. However, almost all say that they feel the sensation on the inner top wall of the vagina.


The spot is about 2–3 centimeters inside of the vagina. Some people report that the area feels bumpy when they touch it, or that they have to push very hard on the area to feel it. Others say that they sometimes feel a need to urinate when touching this area, likely because it is under the bladder. As a result, it may be helpful to use the bathroom before searching for the G-spot.


Finding the G-spot requires some trial and error. To improve the odds, people can try the following:


Try different types of stimulation, such as hard, soft, vibrating, or stroking.Try using a curved sex toy designed for the G-spot. Change sexual positions for better access to the area. Apply pressure and stimulation to several different areas on the inside of the vagina. Pay attention to what feels good or different. Explore the G-spot without a partner. As the area can be sensitive and stimulation can be intense, it may be easier for a person to find a comfortable rhythm when they have complete control.




Any part of the body can be an erogenous zone, and every person's response to touch varies. Open communication and a willingness to experiment can help with discovering new erogenous zones and new sources of pleasure.


Scientific literature on the G-spot has not produced conclusive or consistent data.Some study papers — most of which have male authors — insist that the G-spot does not exist, and that females who claim to have a G-spot are misinterpreting their own experience.


A 2012 analysis of the scientific literature about the G-spot did not find consistent data supporting a G-spot or identify a specific and consistent location for it. The study did find that most females believe there is a G-spot, however.


The G-spot will likely remain a controversial topic due to the difficulties that come with measuring and interpreting reported experiences of G-spot pleasure.


People interested in exploring the G-spot do not need scientific research to prove that their experiences are valid. Equally, people who cannot find their G-spot do not need to keep searching for it. People can still enjoy pleasurable sex without the G-spot.


Partners should communicate openly, discuss their plans and goals, and then choose the strategies that work best for them. Don't forget, with or without the GSPOT sex can still be fun !!!

0 views

301-246-2120

join us on social media for more daily contents

  • YouTube Social  Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Facebook Social Icon