The First Thing You MUST Do Is Learn Your Woman's Body!
Only then will you fully understand exactly where her "Hot Buttons" are, and how and when to push them.
A man has at least two sexual focal points, the penis and the prostate gland. The woman also has two very important focal points; they are the clitoris-(located outside her body) and, at the entrance to the vagina, the famous Grafenberg or "G" spot-located inside the front wall of the vagina.
Some experts say a zone called the G-spot can help a woman to orgasm.There's still a lot of controversy about whether the female G-spot really exists. Few doctors will give you a definite answer to this query.Most standard gynaecological textbooks make no mention of the G-spot at all.Anatomy manuals used by medical students and postgraduates do not show such a structure.
No gynae surgeon has seen a G-spot during an operation.No anatomist has yet found one while dissecting a human body.On the other hand, there is quite a lot of evidence from women’s personal experiences of sex that there's a particular area, located very close to the front wall of the vagina, that seems to give some females a remarkable amount of pleasure. And there are women who claim that stimulation of this area helps them to reach orgasm – and sometimes an orgasm of an unusual kind.So, it does seem likely there is, at the very least, a collection of highly sensitive nerve-endings in the region that has come to be known as the G-spot.
Where is the G-Spot?
The g spot is located approximately two finger joints deep into the vaginal entrance. It is a spongy area, around the female urethra, about 2.5 to 3 cms across, and feels like a little sponge. Since all women are different, the location can vary from one woman to another
You’ve found the g spot, what do you do with it?
Well, stimulating the g spot to the level where it will ejaculate (Female ejaculation Some women say they ejaculate when their G-spot is stimulated. A group of scientists examined some of this ejaculatory fluid and discovered prostatic enzymes, fuelling the theory that the G-spot is the equivalent of the male prostate. However, another group of scientists examined the fluid and declared it to be urine. The research continues.) requires three elements, time, gentle attention and, constant tapping of the g-spot. The best way to do this is to use your index and middle finger, once you've found the g spot, curl them and straighten and repeat. The motion is kind of like saying "come here" with your fingers.