You’ve seen the term bolded on magazine covers. You’ve overheard men swapping tales of it as if it were buried treasure. You might even be one of the lucky ones who have witnessed its ever-elusive presence. But really, what on earth is the G-Spot? More importantly, where on earth is the G-Spot? And why “G”? Wouldn’t “O” make more sense?
Well lucky for you, PicoBong is here to set the record straight and provide you with all these answers and more! Here are the five most-asked questions about the Holy Grail of female anatomy—answered.
Why “G” and not “O”?
Goddess? Nope. Gratification? Keep guessing. Gynecologizing? That’s not even a word. The “G” in G-Spot stands for (keep your pants on now) Gräfenberg.
Named after Ernst Gräfenberg, the German obstetrician and gynecologist who spent his 1940s focusing his studies on a “zone of erogenous feeling located along the suburethral surface of the anterior vaginal wall,” the term G-Spot, acknowledging Gräfenberg’s hard, hard work, wasn’t coined until 1981.
So Where the Heck is the Suburethral Surface of the Anterior Vaginal Wall?
Fair question. In laywoman’s terms, the G-Spot is a sensitive, bean-shaped pleasure point typically located about two inches up the front of the vaginal wall between the vaginal opening and the urethra. It’s about one centimeter under the surface, making it difficult to be stimulated through vaginal intercourse.
The “Holy Grail of the Female Anatomy”? Come on. Really?
Yes…really. Stimulating the G-Spot creates intense, long-lasting orgasms and can even lead to female ejaculation, commonly referred to as “squirting.” The orgasms achieved during G-Spot stimulation can be even more intense than those experienced during clitoral stimulation (though we always say, why have one when you can have both through a duo vibe like MAHANA™ 2?)
So How do I Find it?
As we’ve already mentioned, due to the G-Spot’s tricky location, it’s difficult to stimulate through penile penetration. If any body part is going to discover this sweet spot, it’s going to be your very own finger. However, in order to be stimulated properly, the G-Spot needs to experience firm movements and constant pressure.
Sounds like a lot of Tiring Work, No?
Yes. Indeed. In the late 1800s, the vibrator was actually invented because doctors’ hands and wrists became too tired performing female pelvic massages. Today, to take the job off of your hands, PicoBong created the answer to your pleasure prayers—MOKA™, a G-Vibe with a curved shaft and flattened head that delivers powerful, orgasm-inducing vibrations directly to your G-Spot. Some people, of course, still prefer
Now, the only things you’ll have to worry about tiring out are your vocal chords.