Spot On For Multiple Orgasms

By | February 16, 2010

The great g-spot debate continues with King’s College London proclaiming that their recent study concluded that the g-spot is subjective rather than a biological fact and the French retaliating that it does.

Ernst Grafenberg wrote in The Role of Urethra in Female Orgasm about female ejaculation and an erogenous zone where the urethra is closest to the vaginal wall.  Which later became known as the g-spot.

Despite the doubt raised recently of the g-spots existence I’m a firm believer that it does.  I also believe that in some women it is more pronounced than others, which would explain the reason some women claim to have not discovered it yet.

I know that there is a raised spongy area on the inside front wall of my vagina and that if you manipulate it in the right way (Alex has the knack) you can make me ejaculate.  I’m also able to achieve multiple orgasms.

Check out the inspiration for this post in the Daily Mail and see what you think.