Difference Between The Female G Spot And The Male G Spot

Both men and woman have a G Spot. When stimulated, the G Spot on both genders can deliver an intense amount of pleasure during sex. Both can be stimulated in a variety of ways, but first you need to know where to find them.

The female G Spot is found about two inches inside of the vagina along the front of the upper wall. The G Spot area is usually around an inch and feels slightly rougher, thicker, and more ridged than the rest of the vaginal tissue. When stimulate the female G Spot swells and the Skene’s Gland which is located nearby will absorb fluid. G Spot ejaculation occurs when the fluid is expelled from stimulation, a phenomenon known as squirting. The female G Spot can be stimulated by massaging the area.

The male G Spot is the prostate which is located underneath the bladder. The male G Spot can be stimulated from the outside by massaging the skin between his testicles and anus, an area known as the perineum. The male G Spot can also be stimulated internally through penetration of the anus. Anal penetration is the most effective way to stimulate the male G Spot but it can be a bit difficult in the beginning.

Both the female and the male G Spots can lead to ejaculation. However, the big difference is that the ejaculation associated with the female G Spot is not the same as having an orgasm, though it can occur in tandem with an orgasm. While on the other hand, when a male ejaculates from G Spot stimulation, it is the same as having an orgasm.

In both cases though, stimulation of the G Spot can feel fantastic, so it is a great idea to incorporate G Spot stimulation into your sexual repertoire.

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