"G" Marks The Spot: Part Two
Posted on June 6th, 2007 in "G" Marks The Spot, Advice, I Touch Myself
It’s been over two months since I last wrote about The Great G-Spot Hunt here at Shasta Headquarters. The reason for the delay is because I’ve been trying everything I have read or seen on the Internet or in books to obtain one of those elusive G-Spot orgasms.
To no avail. I feel quite badly, especially for keeping the people at Eden Fantasys waiting for SO long. Hours spent poking, prodding, rubbing, twisting, and thrashing about in the name of sexual satisfaction! I did not discover the secret to unlocking the awesome power of the G-Spot.
What I have discovered, however, is that I do indeed HAVE a G-Spot. It also feels really good when an appropriately-shaped vibrator is pushed against it. Not good enough to push me over the edge it seems. On one hand I find this unfortunate, on the other I am not getting in a funk over it because:
A) I am still able to have clitoral orgasms, for which I am incredibly grateful
B) I am young yet, things may change as I get older
It’s certainly been a great time experimenting at any rate! I hope that some of my readers who cannot seem to have G-Spot orgasms take heart. We are all built differently. Some women report disliking G-Spot stimulation altogether, some like it but it doesn’t do a lot for them, and some have explosive orgasms thanks to this mysterious little wad of tissue. Please do not feel that you are somehow inadequate or ‘doing it wrong’ if the G-spot just isn’t your thing. Sex and masturbation are supposed to be fun and enjoyable, not stressful and disappointing. According to the little medical research I’ve found on the subject, some women don’t even have a G-Spot (as in the ball of tissue is not even there, this research was done on cadavers). Having a G-Spot is not the be-all or end-all of sex or stimulation.
Thank You Eden Fantasys for your encouragement and the donation of a toy and a book to assist in my quest! Greatly appreciated.