Answered by: Beverly Whipple, PhD, RN, FAAN
Every woman has some or all of the tissue that makes up the area of the G spot, but not all women enjoy pleasurable sensations from stimulation of the area. We suggest that if stimulation feels good, then enjoy it, but don’t feel compelled to find it. Regard it as one area of sensual and sexual pleasure that some women enjoy.
It is not one anatomical entity. It is a sensitive area felt through the anterior vaginal wall, which swells when it is stimulated. Based on research conducted by us and others, the area of the G spot contains the anterior vaginal wall, the urethra, the Skene’s gland or Para-urethral glands (now called the female prostate gland), perhaps other glands in this region, the cura of he clitoris, and other muscles and connective tissue. A research team from Italy calls this area the clitoris urethra-vaginal complex.
For more Information, check out “The Orgasm Answer Guide”. Komisaruk, B., Whipple, B., Nasserzadeh, S., & Beyer-Flores, C. (2009) The Orgasm Answer Guide. Baltimore, Maryland:Johns Hopkins University Press.
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