The G-Spot has been described as the Holy Grail of female sexual pleasure for many years. However, for many women and their partners, the search for the so-called G-spot has ended in disappointment. But did you know that the G-spot was supposed to go by another name?
The G-Spot was supposed to be named after its discoverer, Dr. Beverley Whipple, but Whipple wanted it to be named after Dr. Ernst Grafenberg, who was the first to suggest the presence of some sensitive area instead.
The Origin of the G-Spot Name
Ernst Gräfenberg was a German scientist and physician who discovered the G-spot in the 1950s. It wasn’t until the 1980s that doctors gave the zone its name, first calling it the Gräfenberg-spot and then abbreviating it to the G-spot.
After dissecting 13 cadavers and finding no evidence of an anatomical feature that could be definitively named the G-spot, one group of researchers concluded that the G-spot did not exist. However, many other studies have found evidence of the G-spot.
The most important evidence to consider is whether or not there is an area inside your vagina that gives you pleasure when stimulated. In the end, how you experience joy is what matters. (Source: Dr. Jovanovic)
Finding the G-Spot
Most women have similar parts, but there are differences due to genetics, whether or not you’ve had children, and other factors. Your G-spot may be slightly different than someone else’s because you are shorter or taller and have longer arms or larger feet.
The G-spot is usually found on the anterior wall of the vagina, which is the top or front wall if you’re lying down. It’s about one-third of the way up the wall, but it could be higher or lower. It may feel rougher than the surrounding tissue and is sometimes compared to orange peel. (Source: Dr. Jovanovic)
The G-Spot Amplification
G-spot amplification is accomplished by injecting collagen into the G-spot. The collagen used in the shot is FDA-approved and completely natural. You’re likely to have more sexual pleasure after the injection. The effects usually last four months.
Even women who have a healthy sex life look for ways to spice things up from time to time. After all, who doesn’t enjoy increased pleasure?
Some women, too, have difficulty identifying their own G-spot and, as a result, feel inadequate. GSA could help you understand your G-spot and determine whether it’s an area you enjoy. (Source: Dr. Jovanovic)