For the first time, the G – spot is mentioned in the works of Dr. Grafenberg, who described an unusual, from his point of view, phenomenon-the release of fluid from the urethra in some women during orgasm when it is the anterior wall of the vagina that is stimulated.
In fact, there is no point in the sense of formation on the front wall. Yes, a number of women at a distance of 2-3 cm from the entrance to the vagina have a small “roughness” on the front wall, it’s just a more pronounced folding of the mucous membrane, but this zone does not have any hypersensitivity. What is more important is what is located behind this zone. Behind the front wall of the vagina is the urethra, it is completely attached to this wall. Further behind the urethra are the body of the clitoris and the place where the body is divided into two legs. In addition, two venous plexuses are located in this zone: Kobeltz and Santorini.
Stimulation of this zone can actually bring unusual pleasant sensations to a woman, as well as lead to such an unusual phenomenon as squirting – the release of fluid from the urethra at the moment of orgasm. Thus, the stimulation of the G-zone has pleasant consequences and can lead to female ejaculation, let’s analyze these phenomena separately.