We want to put the power of pleasure in your hands by helping you know your body, how it works and what is possible. Once you know what is on the menu, you can choose the dishes you like best and that feel best in your body. We want you to have all the delicious orgasms you can, but first, a brief history of the facts and politics of women's orgasms. Historically, Freud said that the only mature orgasm was a "vaginal orgasm. More recently, we've learned that women can have orgasms that originate from three different places -- the clitoris, the G-Spot and the cervix. Some women get even more pleasure from combination orgasms, where two or more of these areas are being stimulated at the same time.
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Our sexperts give step-by-step instructions to finding the pleasure zone, including which methods work best in the bedroom. Plus, how sexually adventurous are you? Take our quiz and find out Most women are pleased with a regular orgasm. There's a mass of spongy tissue that surrounds the urethra, called the urethral sponge.
We sure as hell do. The G-spot is IT! Admittedly, achieving an orgasm via your G can be a bit of a task.
What Is The G-Spot? You might be surprised to hear that the G-spot is actually not a spot at all. Ernst Grafenberg as a "distinct erotogenic zone" on the anterior vaginal wall along the urethra that responds to sexual stimulation.