Did you catch the latest post in OysterBed7’s Orgasm series, The Exquisite Clitoris and Company? I was aware of the general existence of the internal clitoral structures, but researching that post, and finding so many hidden pleasure structures in the female fun zone was amazing to me. Did it amaze you, too?
To continue the orgasm series for pre-orgasmic wives, I’m answering the question, “Is there a correlation between the urethral sponge and the G-spot?”
The “G” in G-spot is an homage to Ernst Grafenburg, a German gynecologist, who in 1950 wrote, The Role of Urethra and Female Orgasm. Although, the “G” in G-spot also could indicate Regnier de Graaf who made key findings in reproductive biology and referred to female ejaculate (See Skene’s glands in this article for more on female ejaculate) and a vaginal roof erogenous zone in 1672.
This sweet spot lies on the anterior (front) wall of the vagina. It’s not just a confined spot. It is a stretch of about 2 or 3 inches. When a woman is highly aroused this zone can provide delicious sensations.
Not all women report having sensations in this location. Because of this, there is controversy in the gynecological and sexual health community about the origin of the G-spot and if it even exists. However, it makes sense not all women would be sensitive in this area. We all have slightly different variations on a theme. We have differing sensitivities and slightly different builds. Some have thinner or thicker tissue walls. It doesn’t negate the existence of the G just because 100% of women don’t report it.
You aren’t defective, either, if you can’t quite tune into your G.
Research has not been able to pinpoint a unique structure in this area. There is no tiny little G-spot organ whose function is solely pleasure. I agree with many other professionals that the G-spot exists because the urethral sponge sits directly on top of the vaginal canal in this vicinity.
As explained in The Exquisite Clitoris, the urethral sponge is erectile tissue that surrounds the urethra.
The urethral sponge expands when aroused and fully engorged. It becomes a type of padding. This padding protects the delicate urethra from battering during intercourse. The urethral sponge fully surrounds the urethra and when swollen, compresses the urethra to stop the flow of urine during intercourse.
The bulging urethral sponge grows to a size that easily allows it to rest on the roof of the vaginal canal. Not only is sensation within the vagina enhanced by a swollen urethral sponge, but the urethral sponge and the clitoris share a nerve network. When the urethral sponge senses the reverberations of intercourse it activates networked clitoral nerves.
So, not only does the urethral sponge protect the urethra from harm, it also serves up pleasure. I love God’s multi-purpose design!!
Why is this information important for my low libido or pre-orgasmic friends?
If we can enhance the sensations of arousal, it can make engaging more pleasant and more sought after. Knowing the mechanics of arousal can increase pleasure.
I think it’s important to explore our own bodies with our mental eye. I think it’s also important to explore our own bodies physically with our own hands.
Here’s where things get a little tricky.
Exploration does not equal masturbation. This is not about masturbation, but getting to know your body. I am not going to debate the masturbation issue. If you wish to know my personal philosophy regarding masturbation you can email me. Masturbation is not what I’m getting at. Self-exploration is to have a fuller understanding of how your body works when you decide to be sexual with your husband. The self-exploration I speak of is for the benefit of your marriage bed and your relationship with your husband.
Do you remember my many posts on giving yourself permission?
This is crucial in self-exploration. Give yourself permission to understand an elegantly designed body.
When you think of your body, especially your female flower, remember it’s amazing (not icky!). When thinking of your female flower, think of satin and velvet and chiffon. Think of smooth and slick lubrication as the oil of bliss. Think of firm boney structures as pearls. The bodily function of sex is arousing if you think of it in a positive light.
Final thoughts for today.
We still have yet to discuss two other internal areas, the anterior and posterior erogenous fornix zones, AFE and PFE zones, respectively. After that, we will finish up our O-zone series with thorough discussion of self-exploration. I realize this could be a sensitive topic, so please join me in prayer that I approach it as speaking the words of the Lord.
A Window into Orgasm Series:
A Window into Orgasm: Introduction
Prayer: A Window Into O’s
The Plumbing of O’s: The Origin of Orgasm Tissue
The Plumbing of O’s: Labia Love
The Plumbing of O’s: The Vaginal Vestibule
A Key to Understanding Orgasm: The Exquisite Clitoris and Company
The “O” Zones: The Delightful Urethral Sponge
A Key to Understanding Orgasm: Deep Spots
O Explore: understanding your bodies arousal
The Effort of Ecstasy
O Potential: How the Husband Can Help
Nurturing Your Gardenia: Helpful Hints on Reaching O’s