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Is it possible that the G spot is sensitive for only a certain percentage of women?

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Question - (24 January 2008) 3 Answers - (Newest, 11 March 2008)
A female United Kingdom age 36-40, anonymous writes:

I have a very good sex life and I am able to orgasm by masturbation. But I have been wanted to have a G spot orgasm and even squirt for the longest while. I have seen vidoes and read books etc on how to do it. I know where my G spot is and often times try to stimulate but truly it does nothing for me. I do not feel aroused or anything sexual in the slightest. I know of course alot of it is a mental thing and when I am trying I go into the same "mental zone" I have when orgasming via masturbation. Recently I got a G spot vibrator (supposedly one of the best ones in the market for this sort of orgasm) and I tried that and again it did nothing for me. So my question is - is it possible that the G spot is only applicable for SOME women? Perhaps some women have little sexual stimulation there as I have truly tried everything and it does nothing for me in terms of arousal or orgasm or anything. So maybe my G spot is simply not sensitive or active or sexual and perhaps G spot is only sensitive for a certain percentage of women???

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A female reader, VeronicaSkye Canada +, writes (11 March 2008):

I also have no G-Spot sensitivity, & I have read that this is not unusual, or that it can be affected by the estrogen levels in your body - the more estrogen the less sensitive it is. For example, women over 30 or 35 supposedly have more G-Spot sensitivity because they have lower estrogen levels, so their vaginal wall is thinner. However, I have found a spot in front of the G-Spot which is very pleasurable for me, so perhaps it may work for you too? It is a smooth round bump right in front of the G-Spot, & if you rub it & your clit at the same time works best. Everyones' body is different though. Just like your face is different from someone elses, so is you vulva or vagina & what makes it feel good.

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A female reader, hlskitten United Kingdom +, writes (25 January 2008):

hlskitten agony auntHi

When you take into account that only 30% of women will orgasm through intercourse alone (no clitoral stimulation atall) then i guess it could be true.

And i think even less actually ejaculate.

Whys it such a big deal?

C xxxxx

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A male reader, DoubleM United States +, writes (25 January 2008):

DoubleM agony auntI suppose that it is "possible" that a woman lacks sensitivity in the so-called G-spot, which is usually located about two inches inside the vagina on the ceiling.

This is just one area of the total clitoral complex of sensitive areas, to my understanding and experience over many years.

There are some wonderful writings about female orgasm, such as "She Comes First" by Ian Kerner, "The Ultimate Guide to Cunnilingus" by Violet Blue and others, but the G-spot is really kind of over-hyped to a degree.

It does not represent anything all by itself. It's part of the whole thing.

Again, it is just a probable (usually definite) part of a woman's overall clitoral sensitivity, which encompasses the entire vulva (pussy), including all surrounding areas.

A vulva is a wonderful and most delicate orgasmic flower to a man who knows what to do with it. Many women know better, and the result - more bisexuality and lesbianism these days, in my opinion. Girls know what girls enjoy, while most men are totally stupid about it.

Anyway, no more soap-box, but try the following while masturbating. Use fingers in a "come hither" motion against the vaginal ceiling about two or three inches upward, like you are motioning for someone to come closer.

It usually works best when close to orgasm, and not much before.

Press downward firmly on your mound (the mons publis), which helps engage more of the sensitivity, and include clitoral rubbing at times. This should help bring you close or to orgasmic pleasure, but I think an experienced man can do even better.

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