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What is the G-spot?
You have probably heard of the G-spot, as well as the "key" to achieving an extraordinary vaginal orgasm. But does it really exist? The answer is complicated. The Grufenberg point, known as the G-spot, was discovered by Dr. Beverly Whipple when she noticed that the "come here" motion with her fingers along the inside of the vagina produced a physical response in women. She believed that this region could be the key for women to achieve orgasm during sex. However, it is important to clarify that the G-spot is not a different part of the anatomy. Instead of being a separate point of the vagina, the G-spot is part of the clitoral area. This means that when you stimulate the G-spot, you are actually stimulating a part of the clitoris, which is much larger than you think. It turns out that the pea-sized center, where the inner lip joins, is actually just the tip of the clitoris and is divided into two "roots" that can be about four centimeters long. In addition, this region can vary among women, which explains why it can often be difficult to locate. However, when stimulated, the G-spot can cause female ejaculation (yes, it can) and help women achieve vaginal orgasm.