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Is it a mythical thing created to keep us girls guessing? Or is it there to be discovered and enjoyed? This week, Dr Adam Ostrzenski of the Institute of Gynaecology in St Petersburg, Florida, believes he is the first medical expert to uncover its whereabouts, after conducting a post-mortem dissection of the vagina belonging to an 83-year-old woman. Nice.
Apparently it's towards the back of the vaginal wall - but it may be in a different spot for everyone. Great, very helpful then! Other experts have said there is some evidence to suggest it is in the 'front vaginal wall near the bladder that causes swelling and enhanced sexual arousal'.... umm so we're still guessing...
The female orgasm is indeed a fascinating thing, one that has been hotly debated for years, and certainly has me intrigued too...
Freud said 'the vaginal walls were strongly implicated'. Others say all the nerve endings are in the clitoris and 'the organ of female pleasure is plain for all to see'. Other (female) experts say, 'The fact that women commonly report orgasms with clitoral stimulation and not so commonly with penetration bolsters the case that the clitoris is in fact the G-spot'. Then there is a team who think a women's sexual arousal is 'an entirely mental matter'... Sounds like the experts are still baffled.
Honestly, I don't know if I've found mine. I don't think I have, I certainly don't know an exact 'button to push'... There are so many factors to consider when reaching optimum arousal and orgasm. I could go on for hours about the whys and the wherefores... but I won't bore you.
So what do my dear readers think - have you found yours?
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