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723739 womans midsection 1 Things You Didn’t Learn In Health Class: Dr. Ernst GrafenbergWhen you went to health class in school you were taught the basics of sex – and it was probably really embarrassing. One thing you probably didn’t hear about, though, was the G spot and it’s discoverer, Dr. Ernst Grafenberg. Dr. Grafenberg gets credit for locating that special spot, which is why it’s been named for him. It’s a small area on the inside of the vaginal wall, about two inches in from the vaginal opening. When stimulated, it can produce intense orgasms in many women. Other women don’t seem to get the same feeling from it, but there’s always a possibility that they (or their partner) are simply not hitting the right area or using the right amount of pressure. Since the G spot is difficult to find for a lot of people, it can be frustrating and upsetting if things don’t go as planned.

When looking for the G spot, whether a woman is doing this on her own or whether a partner is doing the exploring, patience is necessary. When you’re with a partner, communication is one of the key things that you have to focus on. If you can’t talk to one another about what to try, what feels good, and what isn’t working for you, there’s little point and you could end up upset with one another over something that should have been a very enjoyable experience. To avoid that, pay attention to what Dr. Grafenberg said about that special spot so that you’ll have the highest chance of finding it and making it work for you or for your partner.

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Aug


1196198 old trains “Hit By A Train” and other descriptions of a G Spot Orgasm Women who have G spot orgasms often find that they are much more intense than the clitoral orgasms, and they use phrases like ‘hit by a train’ to describe the intensity of the feelings that they’re experiencing. Not all women reach this intensity, of course, but many of them do. If you’re interested in experiencing this type of orgasm and haven’t yet been able to, it’s important to be patient, because not all women can have them easily. It is much more difficult for some women than it is for others, and some never have them at all, but that’s no reason not to try. Whether you try alone or with a partner, you can find out whether a G spot orgasm is mind-blowing for you or only similar to the clitoral orgasms that are easier to achieve for most women.

The G spot is actually more of a zone, and while it’s in the same basic place on every woman, they all react to it just a little bit differently. With that in mind, it’s important to talk with your partner if you’re interested in exploring the G spot orgasm and haven’t practiced, because it can take some time to get things just right. If you’re able to communicate well you’ll have a better chance of enjoying the experience, even if the ‘hit by a train’ feeling doesn’t materialize. No matter what, good communication between partners is the key to the enjoyment of orgasms and for the enjoyment of the sexual experience in general.

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Aug


508417 welcome to hillside Be Well Equipped For Your G Spot Quest: Manners and Etiquette In The BedroomSome women honestly don’t care that much about their G spot. They’re quite content with clitoral orgasms and don’t need anything else to please them in the bedroom. However, if you and your partner want to do a little bit of experimenting there are plenty of other things that you can do, and looking for the G spot is one of them. If you’re going to do that, you can’t just dive right in. Any kind of sexual experimentation is something that should be discussed with your partner and isn’t something that you want to try without asking. Some people don’t react well to surprises, especially of such a personal nature, and it’s always best to have open lines of communication when it comes to your relationship in the bedroom. It’s not a place where you want to misunderstand each other.

In addition to that, it’s important to be sensitive to what your partner wants and needs, so don’t just assume that she will be receptive. If you know your partner very well, you already have a good idea of whether she’s going to welcome the experimentation or whether she’s just going to find it uncomfortable. If you haven’t been with your partner long and your bedroom life is relatively new you’ll need to be even more careful, since mixed signals and other communication issues can arise. By being respectful, following your partner’s lead, and paying attention to verbal and non-verbal clues, you’ll be a lot better able to please your partner.

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