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Do I have a G-spot

By June 25, 2016 - 4:23pm
 
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I have tried to find my own G spot before. I think that I found it, but I touched it and nothing happened.
I have had orgasms by doing abdominal exercises before, I heard that was called a "coregasm". It feels different, and better than other orgasms. I suspect that these orgasms activate the G spot, but I'm not sure.
Do you know if that means I have a G spot?

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
Anatomically speaking, everyone has a "g spot." That term refers to the area in the vagina that is located in the front just about an inch or two deep. Although it can generally cause intense sexual arousal when stimulated, some women do not feel aroused when pressure is applied to the g spot. Some women find other types of stimulation more arousing.
I hope that answers your question.
Faith

June 25, 2016 - 9:18pm
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