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  • G-spot an erotic zone for women

    Published on May 20, 2012

    There are many who talk about G-Spot and how it works, but only a few has a real understanding of what G-Spot is.  Ernst Grafenberg, a German gynecologist, the author of this theory described the G-spot an “erotic zone”.
    Back in the 1940′, when he was researching different methods of birth control, Grafenberg, found a bean-shaped patch of erectile tissue in the front of the wall of the vagina. It was, directly behind the pubic bone. He described this bean shaped patch as a second clitoris and claimed that when stimulated by pressure on this spot women had a vaginal orgasm.
    More recently three American authors, Ladas, Whipple and Perry have that the G-Spot is a sort of female prostate gland and it has even been argued that the spot, patch or gland secrets special fluid during orgasm, a claim which has given rise to the suggestion that women may really ejaculate when they reach a climax.
    There is still some confusion about whether or not the G-Spot really exist, how it works and precisely what its function is. Gynecologists who still haven’t identified the spot claim that to look for it would be distinctly unethical and professionally hazardous since if they found it their patients might get the wrong idea. Pathologists, who have claimed that they haven’t been able to find the bean-shaped patch when dissecting cadavers, have been told that the G-Spot atrophies in older women.
    Perhaps, when it comes down to it, it’s the looking for the G-Spot that matters. Rather than finding it.