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This is probably one of the best reasons to stop focusing solely on the G-spot. Sex and pleasure should not be as hard and difficult, and actually, there are many ways to reach an orgasm that does not require finding what many think is just a button that triggers orgasms. Spoiler alert: it’s not. Which leads us to the next point.
While we pay so much attention, time, and effort in finding this magical organ, we tend to neglect other parts that can actually give much more pleasure, and that’s the amazing combo known as clitourethrovaginal (CUV) combination. As the name indicates, this combines the clitoris –which has way more sensitive nerve endings than the G-spot–, the urethra, and the rest of the vagina. Playing with and exploring these parts are bound to guarantee the best orgasms and are actually easier to find.
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Well, this is no secret. Like our hero above, many do believe that being able to find the G-spot is a sign of their manhood and sexual dexterity. The pressure of finding it can affect their sexual performance since they’re not enjoying the moment. As for women, when we don’t reach a magical orgasm, we feel there’s something wrong with us, which can also affect our perception and quality of our sexual life. We should do ourselves a favour and just forget about this quest and focus on more pleasurable parts of our anatomy.
Yes, basically this is what many don’t seem to understand. There isn’t really a map we can follow to find the G-spot because every single body is different and unique. The best thing we can do to improve our sexual experiences is to understand our bodies and be clear about what works for us and what doesn’t. This is very important, especially for the next point.
That urge and necessity of finding this spot can actually be very painful for many women, especially if this quest is directed by our friends, the fingers. Our vaginas are very sensitive, and pushing too hard or too fast can actually hurt a lot. So, even if it exists, if you can’t find it in a tender and careful way, just don’t bother. You might actually make things worse.
Sexuality shouldn’t be about following a manual or believing there’s a prize one must win to prove their worth. It should be about exploring each other’s desires and drives. We really need to stop believing in myths and understand our bodies and how they react. Each body is different, and the most interesting part of it is exploring its unique features.