If you clicked this headline it could be for a plethora of reasons. Your curiosity is up so you are looking to find out if this is too good to be true. You may be a resident expert on the subject and are looking for reasons to strengthen your argument about the myth of this highly debated erogenous zone. Or you could be wondering if I have completely lost my mind. Have no fear; it's definitely not the latter. I am not talking 50 Shades of Grey-style erotica here -- just giving some great reasons as to why married couples should work toward better sex lives.
The ladies of The View have discussed the myth of this orgasmic bliss zone numerous times throughout the years on daytime television so rest assured this reading gets no greater than PG-13. Whoopi Goldberg believes that it doesn't exist, and Joy Behar believes that men made it up for their benefit. Ladies, I'm giving you first hand testimony. It does exist. For those that are not quite versed in the matter, let's get the medical terminology and sexual facts out of the way.
The Grafenberg Spot, often called the G-Spot, is defined as a bean shaped area of the vagina. It is typically located one to three inches up the front anterior vaginal wall between the vaginal opening and the urethra. It can lead to strong sexual arousal, powerful orgasms and female ejaculation.
Have I lost you? No worries. Let me break this down for real life men and women who want to shatter the fiction surrounding the spot and want bragging rights to greater sexual pleasure. I want to reiterate, the spot does exist. This discovery should be sought by married couples as adventurous sexual partners.
- You never forget your first time doing anything that is mentally and physically stimulating.
- The emotional connection that comes from sex is different for a man and a woman. When a married couple hits this impassioned zone together, both parties can become emotionally bonded.
- Once you do something you love, you want to do it over and over again. What makes for a great sex life with married couples is just that: great sex.
These types of orgasms and the idea of female ejaculation comes from the concept that there is a G spot within the woman's vagina that when stimulated will cause these sensations. I have spoken to many, many gynecologists, none of whom have seen any scientific proof that such a G spot exists. On the other hand, in the letters I get, I do receive letters from women, or men reporting about their partners, who say they have had such experiences. The only conclusion I can draw is that some women may have a sensitive area in the vagina that can give them these strong orgasms and cause some sort of liquid to spurt from their vagina. I do not believe that most women have this capacity or I would receive more letters on this subject, and doctors would know more about it. So if you want to have your partner try to locate a "G spot" in your vagina (supposedly it is located on the inner front wall) then go right ahead. Just don't get frustrated, or angry at him, if he's not successful.
Well, nobody said marriage was going to be easy but it sure can be a lot more fun when you work towards goals together. Why be angry when you can be sexually satisfied? The choice is yours but the exploration can lead to gratification. Barbara Walters... call me.