Pubococcygeus (PC) muscles
Knowledge about and stimulation of the G spot is every woman's birthright. Whether or not she chooses to develop awareness of her G spot, she should at least know about it and how it can give her pleasure. She can, if she so wishes, find and stimulate her G spot manually over weeks and months until it becomes a highly sensitive organ when stimulated. A vibrator or dildo can be helpful in this, especially one which bends upwards at the end like the G-Spot Vibrator. However, something else is needed.
A key factor in the enjoyment of the G spot is the strength of the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles. Ladas, Whipple and Perry discovered that strong PC muscles were necessary for vaginal orgasms and female ejaculation. "The strength of a woman's PC muscles is directly related to her ability to reach orgasm through intercourse," they said. After treating hundreds of women, the researchers found that those who had strong PC muscles could experience vaginal orgasms with some of them ejaculating. Those who had weak PC muscles could have neither. Both women and men have PC muscles which are part of the sexual equipment of both. The stronger their PC muscles, the higher their pleasure from sex.
PC muscles are in a group; but as they are banded together and mainly used together, we will refer to them as one muscle. The PC muscle is sometimes used involuntarily during intercourse. A woman may squeeze her partner's penis during the act and for sure when she has a vaginal orgasm. Like a man, she can use the muscle purposely when interrupting the stream during urination. Both sexes should exercise their PC muscles regularly if they wish to be good lovers and enjoy their sex to the utmost. Sex therapists know the value of a strong PC muscle. Urologists also know it because they can usually cure incontinence if the patient develops a strong PC muscle. Both professionals measure the strength of female PC muscles with a device called a perineometer. This consists of a vaginal probe with a tube attached, at the outside end of which a pressure sensor displays a reading. When the patient contracts her PC muscle thereby squeezing the inflated probe, the pressure she exerts is measured and displayed as a digital readout. PC muscles can be weak from lack of use or from being in a state of constant tension.
Some women have constant tension in their PC muscles caused by psychological or physical problems. The tension eventually weakens these muscles so that they become much less effective. The perineometer will tell the therapist whether the patient is suffering from chronic tension - in which case psychological counselling is usually indicated - or if the muscles are merely weak from disuse. Any muscle will weaken if it is not properly exercised.
The exercises needed to strengthen the PC muscle are easy to do and can be carried out in public without anyone knowing. Just imagine you are urinating and you contract your pelvic area to stop the flow. The muscle you have just used is the PC muscle. Try, then, to push down with your pelvic area as though you are having a bowel movement. Again, you have used your PC muscle. However, don't use the stomach, buttock, or thigh muscles. If any of these move, you have not isolated the PC muscle. You need to isolate the PC muscle if you are going to strengthen it. Women can check to see if they have chronic pelvic tension by using a mirror to watch their vaginal entrance. If you cannot see an opening and closing of the entrance when you contract and relax your PC muscle, you may have chronic pelvic tension. The more you contract this muscle, the stronger it becomes. Some women make a habit of contracting their PC muscles every time they stop at a traffic light or pick up a telephone. Any habitual activity will do to as a reminder. It is important that the contractions alternate with equal periods of relaxation. You should start your exercise program by contracting your PC muscle and holding it for a period up to 10 seconds. If you can't hold it for this long, hold it as long as you can, then relax the muscle for the same number of seconds before contracting again. As your PC muscle becomes stronger with exercise, you will find you can hold a contraction for 10 seconds easily. Again, relax the muscle for the same 10 seconds.
When a woman has developed her G spot and has also developed her PC muscle so that she can squeeze a penis or her fingers or other object and hold this contraction for ten seconds or more, she is ready for vaginal orgasms and, very likely, ejaculations. "G-spot is the nickname for the Grafenberg spot, named after the gyn who noted its erotic significance in the 50's. The g-spot in women is analogous to the prostate in men (which seems to play a more direct role in sex and procreation)." "The g-spot is a gland located behind the pubic bone and around the urethra. It can be massaged or stimulated by reaching up about two finger joints distance on the upper surface of the vagina. The area may be located by "systematic palpation of the entire anterior wall of the vagina between the posterior side of the pubic bone and the cervix. Two fingers are usually employed, and it is often necessary to press deeply into the spot to reach the spot" (Perry and Whipple, Journal of Sex Research, 1981, p 29). If already aroused, some women will find that stimulation of this area leads to an intense orgasm which may be qualitatively different from a clitorially centered orgasm. Stimulation of the spot produces a variety of initial feelings: discomfort, 'feeling need' to urinate, or a pleasurable feeling. With additional stroking the area may begin to swell and the sensations may become more pleasureable. Continuing may produce an intense orgasm. Like the prostate, the g-spot can produce a fluid-like semen (but not as viscous) which may be released on orgasm -- even known to "squirt" a couple of centimeters." "For comparison, the prostate in men is also located behind the pubic bone and around the urethra. The two ejaculatory ducts also end here (bringing sperm from testis via vas deferens). The prostate can be reached via the anus (as in Doctors performing a prostate exam). Continued stimulation of the prostate may produce intense orgasms in men. The prostate is the gland which produces semen (other than the sperm in the semen)."
Preparing Your Hands
At this point, many couples like to alternate between patterns such as these:
Move your fingers in even circles all around the vagina, with your
fingers as far "in" as is comfortable for the receptive
partner. It generally feels best if you keep consistent, firm pressure
along the entire length of the fingers against the vaginal walls and
if you keep the pressure fairly constant while rotating (though you
can give a LITTLE extra pressure at 12 o'clock [towards her belly]
as long as you don't break the steady rotational rhythm).
Holding the "penetratee"
If you want to try including your G-Spot when masturbating, one good combination of toys would be a Super Slim Stim vibrator (used on your clit as you're getting warmed up) together with a G-Spot Vibe (used in your vagina on your G-spot).
By the way, in general it isn't a good idea to have a huge ego/emotional stake in having (or "giving") orgasms or multiple orgasms; most sex educators believe it isn't helpful to get "goal oriented" about something that's supposed to be fun.
Anatomical Musings on Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot
Use a good quality water based lubricant (safe to use with latex) such as Love Gel.
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