23 Jun 2014

Point G and L

(in women)

The "G" in g-spot stands for Grafenberg (as in Dr. Grafenberg), the man who discovered that women have such a spot that would bring them to immense heights of pleasure 
and may result in a release of ejaculate fluid, even though this fluid serves no purpose (unlike sperm). Many women have told me that they've had G-spot orgasms with which 
they've squirted and soaked their beds. The problem, however, is that they happened to be dating sexually uneducated men who accused them of urinating all over them, 
hence instilling fear in these women. The result: because they were scared that their boyfriends thought they were urinating, they stopped having orgasms altogether due to 
the conscious decision they made not to reach those heights of pleasure again. Although the fluid that gets released amid a G-spot orgasm is released from the urethra and 
is watery in texture, doctors reveal that it is not urine at all. In fact, the fluid is released from the Skene's glands, which surround the urethra and resemble the male prostate.
Of course, women who have weak PC (pubococcygeus) muscles may end up urinating all over you. So make sure she does her Kegel exercises daily (it wouldn't hurt you to 
do some either). Nevertheless, when a woman reaches ejaculatory heights of pleasure, she can release anywhere from a few drops to a few tablespoons of fluid all over the 
place. The taste? Well it depends on the time of the month. It can range anywhere from sweet to bitter. Making her happy doesn't always have to be a mystery. For years, 
the clitoris was considered the only trigger for the female orgasm. Alas, even finding the clitoris turned out to be a daunting task for many men, and things didn't get any 
easier in 1950 when a physician by the name of Dr. Ernst Grafenberg found an even more mysterious female pleasure spot hidden within the vagina. This area became 
popularized by sexologists in the 1980s as the "G-spot." It turns out that stimulation of the G-spot produces a very powerful kind of female orgasm; and in some women, it 
even produces female ejaculation, colloquially known as "squirting." For both of these reasons, finding, stimulating and discovering how to master the woman's G-spot has 
become, for both men and women, the Holy Grail of female pleasuring. It is the bean-shaped, spongy tissue of the paraurethral gland, which is analogous to the male 
prostate. The actual area is only about the size of a quarter, but it feels rougher to the touch than the surrounding tissue. Because the G-spot is composed of erectile tissue, 
it swells up when blood rushes to it especially if you learn how to master the woman's G-spot effectively. It is located about one to two inches back from the vaginal opening 
inside the front vaginal wall. The "front" wall is the wall of the vagina on the same side as her belly button. First of all, the G-spot is easiest to locate when a woman is 
sexually aroused, so don't stint on your foreplay first. (You knew I would get that in!) To locate and master the woman's G-spot, face your partner while she is lying on her 
back and insert your index or long middle finger into her vagina as far as it will easily go. Then crook it up toward yourself in a "come hither" motion, sliding your fingertip 
along the top of the vagina until you find an area that is rougher than the rest of that vaginal wall. (Make sure you have your fingernails clipped short and buffed before you do 
this sharp fingernails will definitely spoil the effort.) This rough or slightly ridged area is the "G-spot," and touching it will often cause a woman to react with surprise or 

(in men)

The point L is around the urethra to the bladder neck It is an erogenous zone in the base of the penis, the area between the scrotum in "sakoeidi scrotum and perineal "
muscles. There are nerve endings that are associated with pleasure, as found in the outer part of the rest of the penis. Section L should not be confused with the prostate 
gland, which is "responsible" for the male orgasm, although it is a "stone's throw" from him. As with the female "point G", so the male L, it is very difficult to find. According 
to scientists the only way to reach the one is the anus, as shown in photos. Perhaps this is the main reason that so far the issue of male G spot has been studied and there 
is little scientific literature. Most men avoid to learn about this and even more to admit its existence. 
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