G-Spot Syndrome

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1. According to Jannini, the histological anatomical studies that are related to the existence of a G-Spot have remained consistent. The G-spot is composed of nerves within the anterior vaginal wall, the urethra, glands (exocrine, vestibular, parautheral and prostate), different amounts of cavernosal tissue from the inner clitoris, and the surrounding muscle and connective tissue (p. 25). However, the histological existence of the G-Spot becomes cloudy when comparing different women 's anterior vaginal walls. These examinations within different women have shown that there is no distinct area with a greater density of nerve endings within the vaginal wall. These results start to bring to attention about whether the G-Spot exists or not. Jannini…show more content…
Beverly Whipple and John D. Perry termed the word "G-spot" to name the sensitive area that is located halfway among the back of the pubic bone and the cervix, along the way of the urethra (p. 28). Whipple found that the best way to contact the location of this area was with a woman lying on her back, and once the tissue of the urethra begins to swell up the area is accessed. The organs that make up the G-Spot are a complex network of blood vessels, the paraurethral glands, female prostate, nerve endings, and the tissue surrounding the bladder neck. The effect of G-spot stimulation might be primarily due to the result of the female prostate gland or the result of stimulating of several sensitive close together…show more content…
When I read Dr. Kingberg argument that, "The G-spot is more likely found in a woman 's brain than her vagina", I couldn 't help but giggle and agree. I agree that a woman can achieve an orgasm through sexual and sensory pleasure. What goes between a woman’s legs also goes through her wave of emotions and thought processes. Women are complex beings, and without even trying they let emotions and thought processes into play within almost everything that is done, including sex. I would like to agree with the idea that an orgasm is a perception, under brain control. When a woman has the expectation that something to happen (climax) a women can achieve an orgasm. Evidence that Dr. Kingsberg presents to her audience concerning the non-existence of the G-Spot is that it is difficult to reach the G-spot without "accidentally" stimulating other areas along the way. Theory of stimulation says that a result of high levels of orgasms and pleasurable sexual sensations are generated due to the excitement of the potential existence of a G-spot. Here the placebo effect is coming into play, where one feels stimulation do to the expectation that it is working, resulting in having physiological effects. By Dr. Kingsberg presenting us with this evidence she shows that there may be related changes in the neurological regulatory systems that can play a role in stimulating the G-Spot roughly saying that if you have chemistry and emotions flying, a woman will achieve an orgasm due to neurological
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