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I’m with Thunder on this one, as if you thumb is inserted anally and the index finger is in the vagina, you aren’t close to the G-spot when you try to meet them in the middle.

t3, if you make claims here like this, back them up please with something more research based other than your experiences. Thank you.


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Originally Posted by ThunderSS
I’m still calling bullshit. That’s too much deformation of the anal wall. And any pleasure felt isn’t coming from the g spot.

I agree.

If you are entering anally and from the rear (so to speak :) ) the ventral side of your shaft - where the urethra is located - is the only stimulator; your glans isn’t going to get anywhere near the G spot. If, however you enter anally from the front, facing her face, you have a better shot at hitting the G spot area, your dorsal (glans) side then being the superior stimulator.

But still, either way, there would need to be too much deformation of the anal lining.

Seems to me that whatever she was feeling, t3, wasn’t coming from the G spot but from some other highly erogenous zone.


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So I’ve had my finger inside a girl and have felt an area where it almost feels like skin that is taut. And I push in on it and it feels like it gives way and it’s bumpy. I know people say the G-spot is bumpy like a sponge but they also say it’s like a pea-sized bump. For some reason I would push in on this spot in the girl and It only felt like skin giving in a little. It didn’t feel like I was stimulating anything because it just pushed in and felt like I was pushing on taut skin. Anyone know what this is?


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Bigger is better when it comes to the G spot

19:00 03 July 2002
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The elusive G spot: where it is - if you've got one

Drugs such as Viagra should work for some women - especially if they have a big G spot. This spot, famed for producing spectacular orgasms, turns out to be awash with the enzymes that these drugs act on.

The term G spot, coined by Ernest Gräfenberg in 1950, refers to an area a few centimetres up inside the vagina on the side closest to a woman’s stomach (see diagram). Buried in the flesh here are the Skene’s glands, the female equivalent of the prostate gland.

In men, the prostate produces the watery component of semen. In women, Skene’s glands are also thought to produce a watery substance that may explain female “ejaculation”. The tissue surrounding these glands, which includes the part of the clitoris that reaches up inside the vagina, swells with blood during sexual arousal. And there’s some evidence that nerves in the area produce an orgasm different to one produced by clitoral stimulation.

Nevertheless, there is still debate about whether the G spot even exists. “Not everyone has accepted this yet,” says Beverly Whipple, a neurophysiologist who co-wrote a book about the G spot in the 1980s. So Emmanuele Jannini of the University of Aquila, Italy, and his team decided to look for biochemical markers of sexual function in the area where the G spot is meant to be. They picked PDE5, an enzyme that chews up the nitric oxide that triggers erections. Viagra works by blocking PDE5.

Researchers had seen evidence of nitric oxide activity in the clitoris before, but no one had actually looked for PDE5 enzymes or knew exactly where they might be. “It’s ridiculous but true that we’ve waited till now to really know the female anatomy,” says Jannini.

Anatomically impossible

He found PDE5 in the vagina of five volunteers, he will report in Adult Urology. Dissections of 14 cadavers revealed that the enzymes were mostly clustered in the G spot. But in two of the subjects with much lower concentrations of PDE5, he couldn’t find any Skene’s glands at all. “For such women, having a vaginal orgasm is anatomically impossible,” he says.

Whipple and others suspect the glands may have been there but were too small to spot. Even so, the small size of the area should make a “G-spot orgasm” unlikely.

The findings suggest that Viagra and related drugs like tadalafil and vardenafil, set to hit the market in a few months, should have the greatest effect on women who have large Skene’s glands and heaps of PDE5. Trials of Viagra in women have so far had mixed results. Some researchers speculate that this is because the women tested had too broad a range of sexual problems, from not reaching orgasm to not wanting sex at all. Jannini’s work suggests that a woman’s anatomy might also make a difference.
Well hidden

“Research in women using these drugs has been hampered by a lack of a framework demonstrating the biochemical processes governing the female sexual response,” says Helen O’Connell of the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia, who showed in 1998 that the clitoris is far bigger than anyone thought. “That understanding of the clitoral and vaginal structure and function is developing is great for women.”

So how do you tell if you’ve got a G spot? Sadly, because Skene’s glands are so well hidden by the surrounding tissue, no visual examination can reveal if a women has them or not. Only personal experience can do the trick.

But even for those with a small G spot or none at all, Viagra-type drugs might still have some effect, as PDE5 is found in the clitoris too. And other drugs that stimulate arousal via the brain could soon become available. But Jannini and Whipple both agree that the female orgasm is so complex that drugs alone won’t work for everyone.

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Originally Posted by ThunderSS

The findings suggest that Viagra and related drugs like tadalafil and vardenafil, set to hit the market in a few months, should have the greatest effect on women who have large Skene’s glands and heaps of PDE5. Trials of Viagra in women have so far had mixed results. Some researchers speculate that this is because the women tested had too broad a range of sexual problems, from not reaching orgasm to not wanting sex at all. Jannini’s work suggests that a woman’s anatomy might also make a difference.

Anyone have direct info regarding giving these drugs to their women? Positive/negative effects?

Alisha Klass, porn actress, said she could cum from having her G-Spot stimulated from anal sex if the cock was thrusting upwards in a Seymore Butts movie. Though she has a pretty sensitive G-Spot if you have seen her movies.

I remember another actress saying she discovered her “ass-spot”, after being finger fucked by Sean Michaels. She said she was on her back and he pushed downwards towards her ass with his fingers, maybe 2-3” in.

Somewhere in one of the links I’ve read, it was thought the nerve bundle involving the G-Spot wrapped around the vagina to the back/anal wall, as well as extending upwards to the CDS. So if true, maybe ass-spot feels just like G_Spot stimulation, if the girl is lucky enough genetically.

There was also a documentary on using electrodes implanted on the spine to stimulate the same nerve bundle as the clitoris for treatment of women who couldn’t orgasm.

So whether it’s really G_Spot stimulation through the ass or just stimulation of the same nerve bundle, it’s something else to try.

Twobeercans - in sensitive women you can stimulate almost any body region and make her cum. That makes it difficult, of course, to find out whether an indirect g-spot stimulus actually stimulates the g-spot or some other spots are areas. The anal wall itself is very sensitive but you can feel the vagina with your fingertip from the anus. If you are moving your finger there and another one from the vagina to locate the g-spot first your girl may be able to tell whether you are stimulating the same spot. Try and tell.


Later - ttt

Originally Posted by avocet8
I agree.

If you are entering anally and from the rear (so to speak :) ) the ventral side of your shaft - where the urethra is located - is the only stimulator; your glans isn’t going to get anywhere near the G spot. If, however you enter anally from the front, facing her face, you have a better shot at hitting the G spot area, your dorsal (glans) side then being the superior stimulator.

But still, either way, there would need to be too much deformation of the anal lining.

Seems to me that whatever she was feeling, t3, wasn’t coming from the G spot but from some other highly erogenous zone.


Avocet 8 -

It doesn’t need much deformation - I measured on actual mri-images of young and middle age females - the distance between the anterior wall wall and the posterior vaginal wall (which face each other) is really only 1/3 of an inch (including both walls). Imagine the size of your dick - you don’t need much acrobatics (so to speak - not much anal deformation). Just by getting something in there indirectly stimulates the g-spot - and - correct: according to the angle of course; the g-spot dildos would do a better job than a straight one, and your fingertip flexed as well.


Later - ttt

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