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What Do We Know About the G-Spot?

Lately, I’ve been hanging out on the internet, looking around at what advice is given to a woman in search of happiness, in search of pleasure. And I’ve been disappointed. Many of the so-called experts do not know much about, nor do they seem to care about understanding the female orgasm. A comprehensive analysis of 33 studies over 80 years found that during vaginal intercourse just 25 percent of women consistently experience an orgasm, about half of women sometimes have an orgasm, 20 percent seldom or ever have orgasms, and about 5 percent never have orgasms1. I am a 31-year-old woman and I identify myself as being really happy. I am not talking about the happiness behind which you hide, I am talking about deep and secret happiness. I still get sad and moody, I’m still human. Just a happy human, having a lot of orgasms!

Change Your Environment!

A happy human, well, I may have to justify that by traveling the world for the past 4 years. I currently live in the Mexican Caribbeans working as a diver on one of the largest barrier reefs on the planet. I have a group of amazing people that I love surrounding me, sun every day, heat and views of the blue, green even turquoise calm sea. Everyone here loves the ocean and works for it to be better. We care for our planet. Turtles, sharks, eagle rays, and 1000 different kinds of incredible creatures that you cannot even imagine swim around me while I work. Anyway, all of that surely would make anyone deeply happy. Still, it may not just be that. I think I have a secret and I would like to share it with you.

You Said Orgasm?

My self sexual release (or not self) frequency is at about 5 times a week. It could even be multiple times in one day, on a very horny day! Oooops! By saying that I mean having an orgasm. The one that moves everything inside of you and gives you those sweet and delicious contractions. The one that you would give so much for it to NEVER stop!! The one which is commanded by the famous G-SPOT.  Aaaah…


Obviously, it hasn’t always been like that. You’ve heard of all those boot camps, CrossFit, addiction to fitness and diverse sports that grow your muscle mass considerably? Well same as all muscles, imagine that your G-SPOT can grow. Wait there! I am not saying that the G-SPOT is a muscle, it has never been identified as such, more like an “area”,  but imagine it is one. A little bit of anatomy below:

The G-spot, or Gräfenberg spot, is an area on the front wall of the vagina. Located from 2.5 to 5 centimeters inside the vagina, the G-spot, or G-crest, is a highly sensitive area that, when stimulated, produces sexual pleasure.

The G-spot on the vagina is not actually a part of the vagina at all, but the place on the vagina through which an area of tissue that surrounds the urethra can be felt. This is why simply touching the vagina will not necessarily produce a response; the G-spot is stimulated by pressure applied through the vaginal wall. The area of the G-spot is about the size of a pea, but when stimulated may enlarge to the size of a walnut.

The texture of the G-spot area is not as smooth as other areas in the vagina, often having a corrugated texture. Stimulating the tissue may first cause a woman to feel that she needs to urinate, though continued pressure produces pleasure and may also contribute to the expulsion of a fluid called female ejaculate. The more sexually aroused a woman is, the more likely she is to feel and respond to stimulation of the G-spot. The G-spot may be located in slightly different places in different women².”

“G-Spot.” Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender: Culture Society History.

With All Those “Ifs” We’d Put Paris in a Bottle!

I was reading a study about the G-SPOT by the International Society for sexual medicine3. I noticed they used a lot of terms like:  “Experts believe…. “, “experts aren’t certain…”, “scientist thought that…”. With all the scientific understanding we currently have it doesn’t feel like we’re in the 21st century for the science of feminine pleasure. Basically, no-one is really certain about what it is or how it works. What we do know is what having an orgasm does to our body. It liberates us, creates bonds between people and releases a hormone called endorphin which is known as the happy hormone. Here we go, orgasm = happiness!

Happiness, G-Spot and Orgasms

I have been meditating for a year now, and I like to understand everything about how each part of my body works. As a woman, I sometimes place a special focus on my pelvic area. And partly thanks to that, I now experience stronger and longer orgasm than ever before.

Now, following our line of imagination that the G-SPOT is a muscle. The more you stimulate it, the more it will feel alive, sensitive and active! Here you go, the secret is that the more you embrace your G-SPOT, the more it will be touchy and ticklish, and the more pleasure you will get. This is a true fact, I am not a scientist nor a medic, I am curious about the abilities of my own body, and since I’ve started masturbation, my pleasure, wellness, and happiness have definitely increased.

Related: Want Better Orgasms? Start Meditating!

How Do G-spot Orgasms Make You Happier?

I’ll say that the more endorphins your body produces, the happier you get. Nowadays, I personally experience so much pleasure when I have sex with someone. I had my first orgasm with a toy at the age of 21. I thought I had orgasms while having sex with my partner before, I had pleasure right, but had never experienced a real orgasm. And it was so good, this first orgasm. Certainly, I was not feeling the warmth of a body, those kisses on my lips and on every inch of my sweaty skin. No-one to take me in his arms and let me fall asleep, exhausted, afterward. But it didn’t matter. It was deeply and deliciously good.

I felt so happy, discharged of all stress, empty of bad feelings. It was my present to my body. Since then, I’ve been practicing, and I’ve been getting better and better at satisfying myself. I still discover new things and tricks. I rarely do not have an orgasm during sexual intercourse, I ejaculate at each of them, and I love it.

Will My G-Spot Work For Me?

Sadly, I am not gonna tell you where your G-SPOT is, you’re the only one that can find it and don’t forget that it is not alone. Some of you will tell me: “But I’m clitoral, not vaginal!” You’re wrong girl! We are all clitoral, vaginal and anal. Yes, now envision the 3 areas stimulated at the same time!
Ladies, wanna be happy?  Get your fingers and toys, ready, steady, Goooo!


1 Elisabeth Lloyd, “The Case of the Female Orgasm” (Harvard University Press).

2 “G-Spot.” Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender: Culture Society History. Retrieved June 19, 2019, from

³ International Society for Sexual Medicine. Does the G-Spot really exist? Retrieved from