If you're new here, you may want to get my discreet newsletter to learn how to make him sexually obsessed with you and only you. Click here to get it. It's free. It's discreet. Everyone has heard of the G Spot, even if some people have a hard time finding it. This name describes the location of this erogenous zone, toward the back of the vagina, above the cervix.
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Since I know you wondered this immediately after reading that headline: I'm not sure if I've ever had a vaginal orgasm. And yes, it bothers me. I think of myself as someone with a pretty good handle on my genitals, literally and figuratively — I can knock out as many as 15 normal orgasms a day, if highly motivated. But I've never been able to quite wrap my arms or legs around the issue of the vaginal orgasm. Of course, that might be because vaginal orgasms don't exist. This past October, scientific researchers reported to the medical journal Clinical Anatomy that vaginas simply aren't structured to orgasm from stimulation.
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Other experts—and lots of women—beg to differ, and they even go a bit further, claiming that several other hot spots can help bring a woman to the brink and push her over the edge. Discover more about erogenous zones—and step-by-step instructions for what to do with them—in How to Pleasure a Woman. In some women, all four zones can independently trigger an O, the Turkish study found. Fulbright, Ph.