All You Have To Know About The Mysterious And Elusive G SPOT

The mystical and elusive G SPOT. Much has been said about it. Yet so many women are still confused and cannot enjoy or even locate this magical place. Here I will help you to find and savor it.

In this article I will cover aspects that are unknown to most people.


This is an area situated on the front wall of the vagina. Take a good look at the picture below.

Skene's glands are also called Paraurethral, which in turn simply means “around/near urethra.” They may vary in size and quantity from woman to woman.

Nevertheless, ALL women have them and (this is GOOD NEWS!) it means that ALL women can experience G-spot orgasm and eventually also learn an amazing thing called female ejaculation (aka squirting orgasm).


The exact location of the G spot may vary a bit but good general rule of a thumb is this:

You can find it by inserting a finger into the vagina about 4-5 cm (2 inches) deep facing the pubic bone.


When woman gets in a state of sexual arousal the tissue surrounding the urethra becomes engorged with blood and the Paraurethral/Skenes glands produce and fill with prostatic fluid.

This becomes that same mysterious and sensitive spot… the G-SPOT… In fact, this process is very similar to the process of male arousal.

As a result the urethral sponge becomes “erected” and if you touch it feels firm. This is a kind of female hard-on.

The only difference is that it all happens on the inside of a woman’s vagina.


First, it may take some prolonged stimulation for some women to begin to feel the G spot while some may feel amazing sensations right away.

There is nothing wrong with you, ladies, just be patient and tell your partner to be very patient and gentle as well.

Read this article on various G spot stimulation techniques.

Also, do not start getting all self conscious about how big your spot is!

Second, it is extremely important to realize that the G-spot is a place not so easy to find particularly when woman is not sexually aroused.

If a woman is not in a state of sexual arousal the Paraurethral/Skenes glands are not filled with fluid yet. Firm area on the front wall of the vagina was not formed and nerve endings are not fully activated.

In such state our magic spot simply seems non-existent. This is the reason why so many doctors cannot find the mysterious spot during medical evaluations.

They assume that if they do not feel a firm area in a woman’s vagina, then she just does not have the G spot. Wrong thinking, guys! IT IS THERE! It just requires some nice work like all the other types of female orgasm.

Related Articles:

Squirting Orgasm - All You Have to Know.

Preparing to See Her squirt. Clearing Up Misconceptions.

Learn Female Squirting in 4 Easy Steps.

What Exactly is Female Ejaculation?

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