For men, having a squirting orgasm is the only way it can be done.
For women, this is a luxury that is often difficult to achieve.
With this guide to the g spot, it should be easier for everyone to find the elusive g spot and make sex more pleasurable for all parties.
Before you learn about how to use the g spot, you need to read a little from the guide to the g spot history.
This spot, known technically as the Grafenberg spot for Ernst Grafenberg who discovered it, is located on the front wall of the vagina, about 3 inches inside.
Freudian theory started that as women mature, they begin to enjoy the pleasures of vaginal orgasms through the g spot while losing interest in clitoral stimulation.
Of course, feminist views that are still widely accepted today state that there simply is no such thing as the g spot and that a female could only experience orgasm through clitoral stimulation.
Despite the controversy, the g spot does exist, and with the right guide to the g spot anyone can find it.
Whether you are exploring your own or trying to stimulate the g spot on your woman, you need to place a finger or two inside the vagina and massage the front wall with a 'come hither' motion.
Women have different bodies so the exact location will not be the same but you can expect to find it somewhere around 3 inches inside the opening to the vagina.
Some women, despite reading the guide to the g spot multiple times, will mistake the pleasurable sensations and the female ejaculation with the urge to urinate and urination.
This is often what keeps many women from fully enjoying the g spot orgasm.
Fortunately, with a little exploration and a relaxed body, any woman can have and appreciate the full pleasure of a g spot orgasm as long as they are willing to try.
During this orgasm, some women will ejaculate, which consists of a fluid that comes from the paraurethral glands, similar to a man's prostate secretion.
Typically, ejaculation is a fairly common part of the g spot orgasm process.