Hello, I have been reading for several years about the female G spot. It seems very confusing to me. I would really appreciate information from real women about this. First do women really posses such a thing? There seem to be much different views on this matter. I have read that some women do and some do not, I am confused about that, I mean all women posses a clitoris, why then not a G spot? Can someone tell me where it is located? There seem to be many different views on that also. Is a G spot orgasm different than a clitorial orgasm? And last I have read much on female ejaculation and again Iam confused. Is this possible or is just something that has been instigated by the porn industry? Is there some type of ejaculate that is expelled out of the uretha at orgasm or is it just urination as many have suggested? Any help in these matters would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Theres books and stuff on the internet you can look up, I believe its different for each female...what ever turns them on then do it...rather or not By G-spot stimulation or ****.
heck some females I been with get turn on just nibbling on there neck..........so stop trying to figure out the female body, there all different you willl go insane trying to figure out women.....guess thats why I so crazy!
Well I am a guy, but like Chevyman said, get hold of a good book. I can tell you this from experience though. The girls that I have been with in the past have all had g-spots. It is located about and inch or two inside her on the top side, if she is laying on her back. You can feel it, it is about a quarter coin in size and it is kinda like wrinkly skin patch. I have read about some girls that are born without it though, I have no clue about the percentage. I can't possibly tell you how a female orgasm feels like, but I know for sure that a vaginal orgasm is more intense and lasts longer for a girl than a clitoral one, more like her whole body gets an orgasms instead of just the small region.
No female ejaculation is real and not something they made up. How ever not every girl has one every time. I have seen it many times(for real) but not always, but I think it depends on girl to girl and the excitement factor each time. In those movies you watch, they sometimes fake the female-ejaculation, just like the fake the orgasms and noise, etc, to put on a show, it is a movie after all. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't excist in reality.
Well, as a girl I can confirm that Pcantona is pretty much right about the g-spot thing. I would just add that a g-spot 'orgasm' is kind of more of a release type feeling, and the effects are instantaneous as soon as it is stimulated. A bit like getting a massage except much more intense. Thats why it lasts longer, as there is no real build up and climax (although the feeling does get more intense at times).
Well thanks for you information bobbiejo. I find it amusing that I went specifically to the womens board for a answer to my two questions and 2 of the 3 responses were from men. lol, I have disregarded them as knowing no more than myself. Only what they read. I see that you did not address my question on female ejaculation though. I note that there were a lot of views on my questions but no response. I take from that this is a mystery to women as well as men. Oh well one of life's great mysteries. lol
I could have sworn I replied to this post, but I guess not... There actually isn't a whole lot of current info out there on the gspot and female ejaculation right now. The focus seems to have switched to dealing with sexual dysfunctions, which is of course important, so I can't complain too much, but I share your frustration. I've read probably everything there is to read in the sexual/medical literature, so I think I can answer your questions :-)
All women possess a gspot; it's really the urethral sponge, and it's on the front wall of the vagina, about 2" inside. If you insert your fingers palm up, and make a "come here" motion, you should be contacting the gspot. A gspot orgasm is very different from a clitoral orgasm. It feels deeper, more all over/full body, and more relaxing. While it is a highly sensitive spot for many women, I think it often takes time and effort to develop that sensitivity and pleasure. I believe that not all women can come from gspot stimulation, though, even if they do find gspot stimulation highly pleasurable, and even fewer can ejaculate.
Female ejaculation comes from the paraurethral glands, and out of the urethra. It is chemically similar to semen, but may also contain some dilute urine. The amount can fluctuate tremendously from a few drops to a LOT. Studies have shown about 10% of women can ejaculate, but I think many more could, with some time, patience, trust, and *relaxation*. That's because the urge to urinate is the harbinger of ejaculation - and we're strongly conditioned to clamp down, resist, stop the stimulation, etc., when that happens, even if we don't really want to stop. Of course, I personally believe that worrying about whether it's urine or another fluid is irrelevant. I think the big question is, did it feel good? If so, then rock on :-)
Thank you so much sparkleflower, for your response. I have tried G spot stimulation on two women, with no response. I think as you suggested that the woman must sort of become conditioned. I find it strange that the two most sensitive areas on a woman body ie the clitoris and now the G spot is never stimulated by the penis in intercourse. I guess if he had one hell of a curve to it maybe prehaps the latter could be. lol Thank you again for the information.