Body sleuths find rewards
Submitted by: Marc Gittelman
Submitted on: December 18, 2007
Q: My boyfriend and I discovered that stimulation of my G spot leads to copious amount of fluid during orgasm. He thinks it is incredibly sexy. Where do these fluids come from?
A: There is an area in the middle portion of the vagina within a finger’s length of the opening that is known as the G spot. This area has an increased amount of nerve endings and has been well described by sex expert Beverly Whipple and colleagues as an area that produces a different sensation of orgasm that is often accompanied by a gush of fluids. There is some controversy in the medical field as to what makes these fluids, but it is clear that these fluids are neither urine or water.
My best advice is to appreciate these sensations as being a type of sexual gift. You should feel comfortable that you are responding normally.
If you have friends who want to learn the secret of the G spot, I recommend that they set some special holiday time aside to relax and enjoy each other emotionally and intellectually. After revitalizing these connections, they need to make the commitment to thoroughly explore each other’s bodies physically to see if they unleash the special power of the G spot.