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How Do I Find My G Spot?

by DoctorG on October 15, 2007

QUESTION TO DOCTORG:

I have been trying to find my G Spot. I would love to be able to ejaculate. I have several and very strong orgasms when having sex but have never experienced ejaculation. My doctor has said that I have a tilted uterus..tilted to the back. Could this be getting in the way of my GSpot? Please help!

You might want to read some of the articles that I have posted on my site regarding the G Spot controversy. Gräfenberg himself made it very clear that there is no “spot.” However, what there is is a prostate gland that completely surrounds the urethra. In most women, it is located closest to the urethral opening. Just imagine the line of the urethra going up the middle of your groin to your bladder. You can stimulate your female prostate (G Spot) through the upper wall of the vagina, generally close to the vaginal opening or sometimes by massaging it from the outside at a point just above your pubic bone. You should feel an initial desire to go to the bathroom which should let you know you are on the right track.

Also, we feature four excellent educational video/DVDs which discuss the female prostate (G Spot) and female ejaculation and show it explicitly. They are: Liquid Love: The G-Spot Explosion, Expand Her Orgasm Tonight! Ancient Secrets of Sexual Ecstasy, and The Amazing G-Spot & Female Ejaculation. Additionally, the Crystal Wand that we sell is a very good tool for finding and stimulating the female prostate (G Spot). – Doctor G

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Gspot Q&A – Enjoying Oral Sex Without Ejaculation

by DoctorG on September 5, 2007

Question: My partner and I have mindblowing sex every single time we are intimate but he cannot seem to cum off of oral sex, he said that he has never came from oral sex. I am so determined to change this. I do everything you can think of and he enjoys it but never climaxes. what can i do ?

Answer: The first thing that I would suggest is to stop making his ejaculation a goal. For men, worrying about such things as not ejaculating or losing their erections is only counterproductive. Many men have difficulty reaching orgasm through oral sex because of the pressure that they have become used to through masturbation or a tight vagina. It is possible to learn techniques that are a combination of manual and oral stimulation that may make it easier to bring him to an ejaculatory orgasm. The other approach would be for him to expand his concept of orgasm so that he can have multiple orgasms with or without ejaculation.

Specifically, I would suggest your partner purchasing a copy of our Male Multiple Orgasm CD. Also, our videos The Lover’s Guide to Advanced Sexual Techniques and the Lover’s Guide to Sexual Ecstasy, both have excellent sections on oral sex.
- Doctor G

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