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G spot

n.
An area of tissue surrounding the female urethra and running along the roof of the vagina, postulated to be erectile and to enhance sexual arousal.
A 2–3 cm elevated zone of erotically sensitive neuroglandular tissue located inside the anterior vagina near the urethra, which has a high concentration of sensory nerves. It is linked to increased vaginal secretion similar to the male's prostate gland
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But yet again the subject of the Big O has come under close scrutiny as US gynaecologists now claim to have found the G-spot during the postmortem of an 83-year-old woman.
The dissection established the presence of the G-spot, a well-delineated sac structure located on the dorsal (back) perineal membrane, 16.
However, British experts are less sure what they found was actually a G-spot.
Objective measures have failed to provide strong and consistent evidence for the existence of an anatomical site that could be related to the famed G-spot," the Daily Mail quoted Kilchevsky as saying.
You'll find the G-spot one or two inches up on the front wall of the vagina.
Studies have been conducted to support the view that the sensitive tissue in the G-spot, a bean-shaped area of the anterior vaginal wall that can augment overall arousal, orgasms and female ejaculation, when stimulated, ay be part of the clitoris and is not a separate erogenous zone.
So hours of pleasure could be yours if you learn these practices and trying them out certainly makes a change from searching for the mythical G-spot.
A report by Dr Terence Hines, professor of psychology at New York's Pace University, claims that evidence for the existence of the G-spot is no more than anecdotal, with little scientific proof to back it up.
It's said to spring from the G-spot and is reported to be deep, powerful, prolonged and accompanied by contracting of the vagina, uterus and pelvic organs.
London, Jan 29 (ANI): The search for G-spot has begun all over again, courtesy the French who've dismissed British scientists' claims that the fabled erogenous zone doesn't exist.
Varying your sexual positions can help too, as some positions are better at stimulating the very sensitive G-spot on the wall of the vagina.
News in this week could explain what the boys were dilly-dallying over for 50 minutes - looking for the elusive G-spot.