There is no such thing as a g-spot, that’s what the scientists have concluded after sixty years of research, using surveys, imaging scans and biopsies of women but they won’t definitively say that a g-spot can’t ever be discovered by future scientists. There is no such thing as a g-spot but in some women that have vaginal orgasms they found that the tissue in the area where the g-spot was thought to be is thicker as opposed to the women that aren’t vaginally orgasmic. Knowing everything that I do about the wonderful always giving clitoris I don’t doubt that what the scientists are now surmising is correct…
the G-spot is really just the extension of the clitoris
Just like a man’s penis has another inch or sometimes two buried in his pelvis that we can’t see they think that female clitoris might extend into the vaginal wall for some women. I’m so tempted to go off topic here to tell about the magical things you can do to that root of the penis but I will save that for another day. ::pushes dirty thoughts out mind::
Scientists have been coming and going (no pun intended) about whether the g-spot exists or not, whether the clitoris has a purpose or not, and about whether orgasm matters for women or not for a very many many years. While scientists continue to “research” we women have to remember that it wasn’t too long ago that “scientists” considered women with high libidos hysterics and women that couldn’t orgasm as frigid. So, what do I think of this research?
I think that it doesn’t matter to me. I might be a mutant freak but I have always had more orgasms from vaginal sex than from clitoral stimulation. That’s just me. I do have my own theories of why this is due to the research I’ve found, my background in surgery and my own anatomy. Does it matter to me that scientists concluded that there is no g-spot? Nope! Would anything change for me if they definitively concluded that my vaginal orgasms are caused by stimulation of my clitoris through my vaginal wall? Nope! I enjoy my orgasms however I get them whenever I am lucky enough to achieve them whether it is through masturbation, mutual masturbation, vaginal sex or even orgasmic meditation. I thank the Celestial Planning Committee for all of my orgasms!
“I think that the bulk of the evidence shows that the G-spot is not a particular thing. It’s not like saying, ‘What is the thyroid gland? The G-spot is more of a thing like New York City is a thing. It’s a region, it’s a convergence of many different structures.” – Barry Komisaruk, the lead author of the fMRI study
the G-spot as a regional experience not an exact destination
Komisaruk advocates calling it the G-area, or G-region, instead. I love that! Yes! A lot! Why do I like it so much because I know the truth about myself and many other women: our arousal, desire, and orgasms are very much as sparked in our minds as they are felt in our physical bodies. While I do care about the science of orgasm I’m beginning to think it is more of an art – at least for women.
Art like beauty is subjective and so are orgasms! What works for us today might not work for us tomorrow. The vaginal orgasms you have with one partner might be nonexistent with the next. The tummy rumbling toe curling orgasms that your vibrator gives you might never be duplicated by your partner’s rhythmic tongue flicking. Why compare partners or experiences?
Speaking of experiences…doesn’t the “New York City thing” constantly change? Even that is an ever-evolving-entity that changes as the people that embody that city change. The feeling of New York City changes as time passes, a social values progress, as new tastes and trends are added, and as it reacts to things that are beyond control (the 911 attack).
I am a student of sexuality, an orgasm activist and the mother of the art of SexLoveJoy and I will tell you this…
there is a thin line between art and science
A very thin line. Key to both art and science are guessing, experimentation and putting out a final product that won’t necessarily be the ultimate conclusion for all time. I’ve also found that guessing and experimentation are also key to orgasms and like I said above the product (our orgasm) won’t always be found through the same conclusions.
Does it matter what science says about your orgasm? Not really. Why? Because your orgasm is YOURS!
Now go experiment with it in the name of science or go against science and make a masterpiece of your orgasm in the name of art!
And if you really want to try some g-spot experimentation I HIGHLY recommend the G-Spot Center.
© Anaín Bjorkquist January 19, 2012 ~ All Rights Reserved.