Kimberly. Age: 21.
The concept of the G-spot, a supposed pleasure-inducing zone inside the front wall of the vagina, has eluded women for decades. Since then, women and their partners have been desperate to find the G-spot, and magazines have devoted countless pages to helping them do so. If people can find the spot and stimulate it through penetration using the penis or fingers, the theory goes, women can have out-of-this-world orgasms without any other stimulation. On Cosmopolitan UK's website, a writer says women can find their own G-spots by sticking a finger about one-third of the way into their vaginas where they will feel the "spongy area.
Sidney. Age: 29.
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The existence of the G-spot has not been proven, nor has the source of female ejaculation. Two primary methods have been used to define and locate the G-spot as a sensitive area in the vagina : self-reported levels of arousal during stimulation, and stimulation of the G-spot leading to female ejaculation. Women usually need direct clitoral stimulation in order to orgasm,   and G-spot stimulation may be best achieved by using both manual stimulation and vaginal penetration.
Cassidy. Age: 24.
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Vaginal orgasms have been controversial ever since Freud insisted they were superior to clitoral Os, but one thing everyone seems to agree on is that they're rare. Most research has found that, at most, only 20 to 25 percent of women have them, and one study in even suggested they don't exist at all. But in our survey, a substantial 37 percent said they do have vaginal Os, which made us wonder: Are they more attainable than we thought?
Since that time, the G-spot has remained the subject of scientific and sexual controversy. Some females report experiencing immense pleasure from the stimulation of this spot. However, others have reported frustration from their inability to find it, or from the belief that they do not have a G-spot.