NON-FEMINIST Ladies, Do you believe that an actual anatomic structure exists corresponding to…?

The G-spot or Grafenberg-spot?

Here is a copy of the original publication of Dr. Grafenberg’s paper from 1950:

http://www.landman-psychology.com/284/sexuality/grafenberg-gspot.htm

6 Responses to “NON-FEMINIST Ladies, Do you believe that an actual anatomic structure exists corresponding to…?”

  1. Winter Glory Says:

    You’re my G-spot…My Grafenberg-spot’s a private matter.

  2. Erin Says:

    There is, yes. Ever hear of Skene’s glands? They are a cluster of glands that surround the urethra that are easily felt inside the vagina. They can be located by finding the area on the other side of the pelvic bone that feels spongey. This spongey area is what is commonly called the G-spot. When this area is stimulated, the Skene’s glands fill with a fluid that is similar in composition to male ejaculate. It is a thin, clear to slightly milky fluid that is nearly odorless and tasteless. Sometimes when the G-spot is stimulated, this can cause a female ejaculation, which is this fluid being expelled from the body via the urethra. It is a common misconception that it is urine.

  3. Squirrely! Says:

    Yes. I believe there is research to show that there is a spot with more nerves on the inside.

  4. whitelightning5 Says:

    What does this have to do with being a feminist or not? This is a question of biology. A lot of sources say there is no proof of an actual g-spot — a lot of doctors are especially skeptical. I have a theory that it may exist, but perhaps not every woman has one, because not every woman can orgasm from just having sex — in fact, that’s pretty common. I do take into consideration the skepticism from doctors, because they are far more educated about the subject than I ever will be.

  5. gummybear1772 Says:

    What does that have to do with being a feminist?

  6. Bonzai Betty Says:

    I have had bad luck locating this thing, as it seems to be painful!