Let that sink in. Going back even further, in , a Yale urologist speculated that the so-called g-spot was actually just an extension of the clitoris. Especially when we know that research and clinical studies on femme pleasure are extremely lacking. Basically, the explanation is that all orgasms — even the ones classified as vaginal, are technically clitoral orgasms.
How to Find Your G-Spot, and C-Spot, and A-Spot
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Right along with the Loch Ness Monster and Miley Cyrus's relationship status, there's speculation as to whether the anterior fornix erogenous zone the less sexy name for the "A-spot" is a thing. Fulbright, Ph. Those experts think that striking A-spot gold can give you the most massive, long-lasting orgasm yet, says Fulbright. And because we truly care about your Os, we set out to get the scoop.
The G-Spot: What It Is and How to Find It
There are multiple ways to help your partner have an orgasm. You can stimulate her clitoris or even to work toward the elusive G-spot. Some experts swear it can trigger long-lasting orgasms, says Yvonne K. Fulbright, Ph.
Named after the German gynecologist who discovered it, Ernest Grafenberg, the G-spot is said to be a walnut-sized patch of tissue located at an upward, curved angle inside the vagina, near the back of a woman's pubic bone. You can find it by inserting two fingers into a vagina about two inches in and making a beckoning, "come here" motion. Throughout history, G-spot orgasms have been widely considered the holy grail of orgasm. In fact, the G-spot might not even exist in the first place—or at least, it might not exist in the way we've traditionally thought of it. Most people think of the G-spot as an individual organ.