Female G-Spot, Sacred Gate, magic pleasure button, call it what you will. Regardless, growing evidence supports the revitalized trend of referring to the female G-Spot as the female prostate.
What's all the fuss about the female G-Spot? Is the focus on the female G-Spot just another artificial attempt to prop up women's sexual ego in the continuing competition between the sexes? No, there are some scientific findings that support calling the female G-Spot the female prostate.
First, the female G-Spot and male G-Spot, the prostates of both sexes, develop from same embryonic tissue. Since the male G-Spot and female G-Spot have similar origins, we can rightly expect other similarities.
Second, both the male G-Spot and the female G-Spot are composed of dozens of little glands and ducts. As our female G-Spot page explained, these parts of the female G-Spot are the microscopic organs that Alexander Skene discovered in the 1880s. This is why the female G-Spot is sometimes called Skene's Glands. When you feel the female G-Spot, or Sacred Gate, you're feeling these female G-Spot glands beneath the skin of yoni's upper wall.
Third, another similarity between the male G-Spot and female G-Spot is the type of tissue they're composed of. Again we quote Tantric G-Spot Orgasm & Female Ejaculation" Awakening The Sacred Gate...
"More current research beginning in the 1980s concluded that the Skene's glands (female G-Spot) are small, functional organs that produce female prostatic secretion and possess cells comparable to the male prostate."
We won't bore you with the names of the unique hormones produced by these cells in the female G-Spot. We'll just leave you with the conclusion that women must have prostate tissue in the female G-Spot to produce the same kind of biological agents.
It's common knowledge that many of the components of male semen are essential for fertilization. Interestingly, there's some evidence to suggest that prostate secretions from the female G-Spot also contribute to the process of conception.
Recognizing the female G-Spot as a female prostate is more than a valuable addition to your sex education as the next page in our Female G-Spot Guided Tour illustrates.