(This article continues about our ebook Tantric G-Spot Orgasm & Female Ejaculation: Awakening The Sacred Gate to Supreme Bliss which appeared in Tantra At Tahoe's November 2002 Sacred Sexual Secrets newsletter.)

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The female G-spot is erectile tissue under the lining inside yoni on the belly-side wall. We call this yoni's "front" surface since it's the inner side closest to a lover on top or in front. Erectile tissue is the fancy medical name for sensitive organs that fill with blood, darken, and swell when aroused. Sexologists call this "engorgement." The good news is that erectile tissues get even more sensitive when engorged with blood.

Guys carry one great little expandable example between their legs. Sorry, guys, we mean BIG example.

Learning to find and enjoy female G-spot stimulation is a challenge for many lovers. Partly this is because it's under the lining. Without the right kind of arousal, it may be unnoticeable. As every lover knows, each woman is different and different female folks prefer different strokes at different times. So unless you tune in to her unique formula of the moment, you may not find her G-spot.

Then there's the conflicting teachings about the G-spot out there. Some say it's the size of a pea, some a bean, some say a half-dollar (2.5 cm if you're unfamiliar with U.S. currency).

Some say it's one to two inches inside yoni, or near the urethral opening. Gräfenberg, who the spot is named after, highlighted the area near the bladder at yoni's top or inside end. Many others direct you to mid-way between the pubic bone and the cervix at yoni's end.

Much of the confusion and difficulty stems from that fact that this powerful "orgasmic trigger" isn't one well-defined organ like a prostate gland or an ovary.

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What we call the G "spot" is actually a sponge of little glands and ducts that surround the urethra. The urethra is the one to two inch slender tube that conducts urine from the bladder near yoni's top inside end to the urethral opening near yoni's opening. The urethra and its spongy insulation run along the front wall of yoni. Sexologists prefer to call this the "urethral sponge."

Again, here's the good news. The urethral sponge is erectile. So when you play with it the right way, it swells under the surface of yoni's skin. Some believe its biological purpose is to protect the fragile little urinary canal from hard thrusting vajras (Tantric for penis). Makes sense, huh?

With the "G-spot" better defined, can we now explain where it is? Sorry, not exactly.

The exact truth is that different parts of the urethral sponge can be aroused. So it appears that the G-spot moves from time to time, even within one lovemaking session. But with the right attitude, guidance, and practice you can easily learn to stimulate the best place at each moment.

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