The G Spot: What Is It, and How Do I Get There?

Why “G?” Why not “O?”
Believe it or not, this part of your bride’s anatomy takes its name from one of the researchers that first documented its effects. In 1944, a pair of obstetricians, Ernst Grafenberg and Robert Dickinson, noted that a very small patch of tissue on the vaginal wall acted a little like a penis when it was stimulated. Just like your penis fills up with blood, so does the G Spot. It expands to the point where the right contact can send bolts of sexual energy through your bride’s entire body.

But, if women have a magic button that causes them to explode sexually, why does my girlfriend complain that she can’t come?
We’re learning more about that every year. Remember that, until about sixty years ago, it was taboo to even discuss the subject. For a few decades, scientists didn’t even believe that women were capable of reaching climax. We now know that the G Spot is usually nestled along the wall of the vagina, and it doesn’t poke out until the entire body is aroused. You or I can pop a pants tent if we see a tight t-shirt, but women usually require a deeper mental connection and even some physical contact before the G Spot springs to life.

If I had a button that would make me come, I’d put it somewhere more useful, like on my hand or my forehead! Why is the G Spot so hard to reach?
This cruel and unusual quirk of the female body has its place in evolutionary history. Remember that our bodies use the joy of sex as a bribe to get us to procreate. If we could feel that good on our own, our race would probably die out, leaving behind a planet full of unpaid pay-per-view bills. Instead, when our ancestors walked on four legs, the G Spot planted itself in just the right spot to make everybody happy – as long as they were doing it doggy style.

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