Modern Science Misses The Spot
I was concerned to read in 'New Scientist' Issue 2644 Emmanuele Jannini, a researcher from the University of L'Aquila in Italy say that it might be possible soon to test if a woman has a G spot or not using an ultrasound probe, however much this might cost. Jannini goes on to say that those women who suspect they may not have a G spot need not despair. "They can still have a normal orgasm through stimulation of the clitoris."
It does not take vaginal ultrasound to find a G spot, just a plastic speculum bought over the counter at the chemists. G spots come in many different colours and these colours are sometimes mistaken by surgeons as diseased tissue and removed. (Yes there is genital mutilation in the UK.) G spots can be found at the front of the vagina, at the back, both front and back, one either side, all four positions together, or none at all in which case the whole vagina is more sensitive than ones the ones with G spots to stimulation. When there is two together at the sides, in a few cases, the G spots can be a bit smaller than average. Some women do not achieve vaginal orgasm in the experiments and this is due to primary orgasmic dysfunction. A page on a low tech cure for this problem can be seen on my website.
'New Scientist' goes on to the work of social scientists Marian Koster and Lisa Price who examine inner labia stretching in Rwandan women who say that they can ejaculate. Their study misses the crucial point of how Rwandan women learnt how to ejaculate and how they do it and so women from other countries miss out on this opportunity.
Yes, all women can ejaculate. To explain, a clitoral orgasm takes three and a half minutes to achieve whilst a vaginal orgasm takes five minutes. This can be seen in female ejaculation which is achieved after five minutes of pulling gently downwards on the inner labia. (Which is what the Rwandan women have been doing with their stretching routine.) After three and a half minutes the pleasurable sensation goes, but when it is carried on the pleasurable sensation comes back shortly before five minutes and female ejaculation occurs on five minutes, which is the length of time needed for a G spot orgasm.
Women who suffer from diabetes are the exception to the norm and need to take a little longer.
For advanced G spot stimulation one can massage the outside of the body (next to the G spot your are stimulating) with one hand at the same time as stimulating the G spot with the other. The orgasms that result get stronger and stronger with time, and the temperature of the vagina goes up. The record so far stands at 13.4 degrees Centigrade.