Nationwide (PRWEB) March 30, 2012
Our Pleasure Box releases a new tip sheet on stimulating and pleasing both men and women.
This tip sheet will provide several suggestions on locating the G-Spot and different ways to provide stimulation to both men and women. Many people may not know that both women and men have a G-Spot, an area of tissue in the genital area that, when stimulated, is capable of causing an orgasm. The G-spot has been gaining popularity since the early 1980s, a book was written about human sexuality and focusing on The G-Spot (by Ladas, Whipple, and Perry, and published by Holt, Rinehart, Winston in 1982). The spot itself is named after Ernest Grafenberg, MD, who was credited by the authors for first identifying a highly sensitive area in the vagina in 1950. Dr. Oz has also talked about the G-Spot, referenced here: http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/ask-dr-oz-sex-edition1-Gspot-sex-menstruation-size-matters. Dr. Laura Berman, a leading love and sex expert speaks about the G-Spot and how to find it when she was as a guest on the Dr. Oz show.
Foreplay can assist in locating the women?s G-Spot. The G-spot swells as the arousal increases. The G-Spot is located about two inches in to the vagina and up towards the belly button. Make the penetration a little easier by using some water-based lube. The G-spot will be swollen and the skin is a little rough. If the area feels smooth and firm, then the cervix has been located. Pull back out a little bit. Massage the g-spot in a rhythmic motion with varying amounts of pressure.