Finding the G Spot Advice
Finding Your G Spot is not an exact science, as the term G-Spot is not a scientific term. Directing you towards finding the G Spot is not particularly accurate as our new ebook, Tantric G-Spot Orgasm & Female Ejaculation: Awakening The Sacred Gate To Supreme Bliss, explains...
"G-Spot is a modern term, coined by Ladas, Whipple, & Perry in their 1982 book The G-Spot And other Discoveries About Human Sexuality. They named it after Ernst Gräfenberg M.D. who first wrote about this 'new' orgasmic trigger in a scientific journal in 1950.
"By the way, when referring to finding your G-Spot, Gräfenberg didn't call it a spot and rightly so. It's an area in different places in different women. And it moves which makes finding your G-Spot a challenge."
In spite of the natural prejudice that if something wasn't discovered by modern science than its existence must be doubted, there's ample history about finding your G-Spot. Our Tantric G-Spot Orgasm & Female Ejaculation ebook continues...
"Though finding your G-Spot is a modern term, undoubtedly the ancients were aware of the super sensitive parts inside yoni (vagina). They were certainly aware of one the Sacred Gate's primary sexual function, female ejaculation. There are references to the female expulsion of fluid with orgasm as early as Aristotle in ancient Greece. The Kama Sutra mentions it clearly. Shakespeare called it 'the water of my love.'
Finding your G-Spot may be a popular term, but as we've explained, it's not very accurate and doesn't help much with finding your G-Spot. Our Finding Your G-Spot ebook explains...
"Since it's not really a fixed point, the term 'G-Spot' isn't really very accurate when finding your G-Spot. Dr. John D. Perry, one of the original authors of the 1982 best-selling 'The G-Spot' book, still believes it's the best compromise amongst the available poor choices."
John's explanation and arguments are included in our new ebook which is the best way to learn about finding your G-Spot, of course. (Would you expect the authors to believe there's a better way of finding your G-Spot?)
In trying to guide lovers in finding your G-Spot, some use the term "G-area." Our dear friend Dr. Gary Schubach prefers "G-crest." Scientific types guiding others in finding your G-Spot, who used to call it "Skene's glands," now exclusively use "female prostate." Many Tantra teachers call finding your G-Spot locating the "sacred spot."
To understand some of these other references to finding your G-Spot, let's look into its history a bit on the next page.