For many, females to the fore, the Gräfenberg spot (G-spot), without doubt, is the Holy Grail of the female orgasm. As such any and all scientific findings pertaining to the G-spot has tremendous and immediate bearing on the understanding and appreciation of the female orgasm.
This article, in the April 2015 issue of ‘Clinical Anatomy’, is the latest published work on this matter. So here is the Abstract …
“Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia“, the adjunct to this blog, OBVIOUSLY, has many references to the G-spot including how it came to be. That is item #24 of the 101 items. Here is the Index entry from the book for ‘G-spot’. So as you can see it gets talked about a lot. You can check it out for FREE, using Amazon’s “Look Inside”, by visiting Amazon.
The ‘Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia‘ book published on April 22, 2015 is dedicated to the “Orchid Project” for their admirable efforts to put an end, ASAP, to female genital cutting — worldwide. This inhuman practice, often justified as ‘traditional’ or ‘religious’, is not only painfully and permanently damaging but a huge hindrance to female sexuality, let alone orgasmic potential. The sooner we can put an end to this the better and the ‘Orchid Project‘, from what I can see, are doing their best to be proactive. Hence my support and my dedication of the book.
Click to read about this new book dedicated to the “Orchid Project”
Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia‘ book.
Here is a kind of textual transcript of that video.
Click here to access the official Tefina Website.
That orgasms in general, but female orgasms in particular, is a cause very dear to my heart is no secret.
My interest in all facets of human orgasm is well known to all that know me and I have openly stated it in ‘on my other blogs’ since about Day 1. My latest book “Orgasms: 101 Facts & Trivia” was a fulfilment of this interest. Yes, I talk about Tefina in the book.