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Are the Clitoris and G Spot the Same Thing? New Research Into the Way Women Orgasm

If you have read any good literature about having great sex with a girl, then you will have heard the discussion about the two major zones that make women orgasm. The most well known area is the clitoris. It is found externally and is usually the easiest way to have an orgasm with a woman, as any woman who masturbates will most likely have given herself one of these orgasms. The other kind is an orgasm from the G-spot which is internal. To stimulate this area involves penetration and a rhythmic motion on the area slightly above the pubic bone. The easiest way to stimulate this area is using the fingers in a ‘come here’ motion.

Pretty much everyone knows these two areas, right? Over recent years these two spots have come to represent everything about sex and sexual mastery. While this is not the whole truth (There are in fact numerous other erogenous areas inside the vagina that lead to orgasm) it is certainly an important idea.

However new research promises to rewrite everything we thought we knew about female erogenous zones.

Dr O’Connell and the New Model

If you ask most women, they will tell you that the two kinds of orgasm have a different feeling. This is really important as this lead generations of researchers to believe that they must be separate erogenous zones. The clitoris was assumed to be a small isolated area and the G-spot either a freak of the vagina’s innervation or, even more bizarrely, something that didn’t really exist!

The Australian Scientist Dr. O’Connell is now challenging this belief. Using sophisticated MRI technology, she is starting to unravel the mysteries of female anatomy and with it the structure of the clitoris. She was amazed to discover that the clitoris was longer than almost everyone had thought: possibly even as long as the penis!

“The vaginal wall is, in fact, the clitoris,” She was quoted as saying showing a picture that traced the clitoris all the way from the visible part to the top of the labia, then back all the way to the uterus which it encircles. This was massive news for people interested in sex as it meant that every kind of orgasm from urethral to G-spot involved stimulating the clitoris.

While the proof of this theory is groundbreaking, the theory itself has been known for a long time. William Masters and Virginia Johnson (The couple who made their name with the famous sex book the Human Sexual Response) proposed the theory, but it was received poorly (Especially as the debate over whether the G-spot existed or not was still raging).

Should These Two Erogenous Zones Be Treated Differently?

Therefore is it time to stop referring to the G-spot and other similar spots such as the AFE and just call them ‘front of the clitoris’ and ‘back of the clitoris’ instead? The honest answer is that while they may well be different parts of the same erogenous zone, they are stimulated differently and give sensations that are very different. Therefore we should continue to refer to them as separate zones and use the scientific definition for discovering more about the wonders of female sexual anatomy.



Source by Harlan Mulroy

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