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Tykia Murray: Sex in a Recession: G Marks the Spot

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I, like many women, have been laid off as a result of the recession. Amid the shock of finding myself jobless for the first time in years, filing for unemployment benefits, and looking for a new job, I’ve been left to wonder “what's next?”

For everyone like me, take a step back and put “what's next” on the back burner for a bit. Now is the time for you to think about yourself. What better place to start than your sexuality?

Don’t let your sex life become another victim of the economic slump. Remember coming home from the job too tired, frustrated, and unfulfilled to even think about sex? Take advantage of your relative daily freedom. Relax a little with old hobbies, enjoy sex with your partner, and learn more about your own sexual response cycle. The first thing you might want to explore? The G-spot.

The G-spot was named after Ernst Grafenberg, the German doctor who is credited with “discovering” it. The thimble-sized area is located above the front wall of the pubic bone, about two or three inches inside the vaginal entrance. If stimulated the G-spot can double in size and lead to a powerful orgasm.

For some women, this spot is an incredibly sensitive, pleasure-inducing area. For others, there is little to no sensation. But you’ll never know whether you’re of the former or later group unless you give it a try. Have fun with your partner as you attempt to locate this mysterious spot. Hell, enjoy the search on your own. Sex is all about fun, pleasure, and intimacy; and in these times, we need to keep happiness a little nearer.

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