The Myth of the G-Spot

The G-Spot. What is the G-Spot? That is the question, isn’t it? To many, the G-Spot is like…Santa. Or the Tooth Fairy. You hear so much about it, it’s supposed to be this awesome thing that comes bearing great gifts…but many don’t see it, or experience is. Is it real? And if so, where is it, and how can you get to it? Karaz’s Shahrazad sheds a little light. 

The G-Spot, research has found…is not really a “spot”. There is no definitive research to show that it exists. I’m sorry to break it to you. BUT that doesn’t mean you should stop trying. Women can orgasm in many ways…so there is good news after all. The good news is, one of those ways is vaginal orgasm’s that are the result of an amazing structure that can give you mind-blowing O’s. This structure should be on your radar.

So what is this structure? It’s called the clitourethrovaginal (CUV) complex…and boy is it complex. It’s basically the connection between the clitoris, the urethra and the anterior vainal wall where the G-spot is supposed to be. Research shows that when the clitoris is stimulated, this complex structure gets stimulated. Which leads to, an awesome orgasm.

In fact, the reason why the G-spot orgasm is amazing, is because the brain reacts stronger when the CUV complex is stimulated.

Now, not all women can get that. Mainly because all our bodies are different—even within ourselves! Getting more complex by the minute ey? Well, yes. But there is hope.

Different positions that stimulate the front wall of the vagina, like doggie style or girl-on-top, can get you there. If you’re not feeling it, try adding clitoral stimulation to help that complex system light up.

But remember, every woman is different. So if it doesn’t work, don’t get frustrated. Understand your body, and accept that maybe you’re just not there today. Our bodies change day to day, so it might work on another day. Don’t give up.

If you try everything and you still can’t find it…so be it. Enjoying sex doesn’t depend on the G-spot. It’s not the be-all and end-all of everything. Look for pleasure instead, and you’re guaranteed to find that. 

This article expresses the opinion of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of Karaz

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