Women, do you know where your G-spot is?
Men, do you know how to give a G-spot orgasm?
Women, do you know how to ejaculate when you climax?
These are just a few of the key questions that sex positive people learn to answer for themselves resulting in great pleasure. Tantrically speaking, being sex positive means you know that sexual ecstasy is a divine gift and any way you get it is good for you.
Unfortunately, most of the so-called civilized world disagrees. We don't live in cultures that encourage us to explore our bodies, our orgasmic triggers like the G-spot, and their spiritual connection.
Religions frown on it. Few of our parents talked about it. You can't even think about it at work without a lawsuit.
IGNORANCE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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Even worse, health professionals are as hung up as the rest of the population. We regularly receive referrals from highly-trained therapists who are too shy to deal with sexual issues. And too many medical doctors scoff at sexual realities like female ejaculation.
Why doesn't the average lover know more about their own orgasmic pathways?
Freud convinced many that clio (that's Tantric for clitoris) orgasms were immature. Pioneering sex researchers, like Kinsey in the 50s and Masters & Johnson in the 60s, believed that only clio was responsible for women's orgasms. The German gynecologist, Gräfenberg, was laughed at for proposing in 1950 an orgasmic trigger in yoni (Tantric for vagina) which caused women to ejaculate.
Who should you believe? If you listen to conflicting world-renown experts, you're likely to get awfully confused.
Instead, we want to suggest in this three part article how you can experiment with these modern sexual "discoveries" that ancient texts like the Kama Sutra documented millennia ago.
(This Tantric G-Spot Orgasm & Female Ejaculation article continues on the next page.)