K Aleisha Fetters reveals what men need to know before searching for the G-spot.
Can’t find your girlfriend’s G-spot? It’s okay, most scientists can’t either.
Back in 1950, German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg first described the elusive pleasure spot. But 65 years later, only 25 percent of women orgasm from intercourse alone, according to a review of 33 studies published in The Case of the Female Orgasm. And researchers still can’t agree on 1) if the G-spot actually exists and 2) if it’s part of the clitoris or a whole other erogenous zone entirely. Read more
Let’s face it; one of the worst things that can happen to any man is not being “sure” if he had given his woman a orgasm. You think you have it. You think you were stimulating the right spot. She seems to be enjoying herself. Yet somehow, you feel she’s secretly disappointed although she won’t anything because she doesn’t want you to hurt your feelings. Continue reading
Sex expert Dr. Jennifer Berman teaches Conan and Tom Arnold how to find the G-spot.
The G–spot is a small mound of tissue inside the vagina, which is named after Ernst Grafenberg, the German doctor who discovered it. The G-spot is an area, between a penny and quarter in size, on the front wall of the vagina, not far from the actual vagina opening. At the top of the vagina’s wall, at about perpendicular with the urethra, you can feel a sort of lattice-work area (rough and lenticular tissue). In the midst of the lattice-work is the G-spot. Each woman varies somewhat as to where her G-spot is located, so you must do some experimenting to locate exactly where it is. Once you have located it, here are three ways to stimulate the G-spot for maximum pleasure. Continue reading
What is the PS-spot? Em & Lo tell you everything you didn’t know you wanted to know about the red-headed stepsister of the G-spot..
UNLESS YOU’VE BEEN LIVING IN A CAVE, you know exactly what the G-spot is, and you probably know where it is, too — an area on the front wall of the vagina a few inches in that, when stimulated, can result in extreme pleasure, explosive orgasms, and even female ejaculation…well, at least for some women. Thanks to a number of studies on the anatomy and sexual response of this area over the past few decades, and forward-thinking magazines and sites like the one you’re reading extolling its merits, the G-spot has become the It Girl of female sexuality.
But what about the PS-spot? The PS-who? If the G-spot is the It Girl, the PS-spot is its red-headed step-sister.
WHAT IS THE PS-SPOT?
The PS stands for perineal sponge, which lies between the vagina and rectum, just beneath the perineum (that band of skin between the vaginal opening and the anus). Read more
The French defend the G-spot! After scientists in London declared the G-spot may be a myth, gynecologists gather in Paris to launch a counter-attack.
There are a handful of subjects – among them cricket, the weather and the art of downing pints through a funnel – on which the French deign to allow the English a degree of authority. Sex, however, is not one of them.
Today, just three weeks after scientists at King’s College London declared that the elusive G-spot may be a myth, a group of gynaecologists gathered in Paris to launch a counter-attack on what they called a “totalitarian” approach to female sexuality.
Denouncing the study carried out last year by British researchers as fundamentally flawed, the French scientists insisted the fabled erogenous zone did exist in many women – around 60% according to Sylvain Mimoun, the organiser of the conference. Read more
Follow this Men’s Health pleasure map to find a woman’s five orgasmic hot spots.
Make her orgasm in 3 minutes
You may know where to find this sexual silver bullet, but it goes much deeper than you realised. “The clitoris is like the tip of an iceberg,” says Dr Hilda Hutcherson, professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Columbia University and author of What Your Mother Never Told You about Sex (Penguin). “Like the penis it has a glans and shaft as well as ‘legs’ – erectile tissue that runs down either side of the vagina and towards the back of her thighs in a wishbone shape.” If you are just rubbing her on top you are missing out on stimulating these sensitive areas around and underneath.
How: “The Kivin method of oral sex gives 60% of women a faster and more intense orgasm because it stimulates more of the clitoris,” says registered sex therapist Dr Patti Britton, (www.askthesexcoach.com). “Most women climax after three minutes and all in under 12.” Ask her to lie on her back while you position yourself side-on between her legs. Put two fingers either side of her clitoris to raise and steady it and slowly sweep your tongue back and forth feeling for two tiny bumps on each side of the hood. Slowly increase your speed then using a finger from your free hand press into her perineum. As you feel her nearing orgasm, transfer your tongue from the side to the head of her clitoris. Read more