Scientist mines 16th century text for P-spot

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Scientist mines 16th century text for P-spot

Oggins Oggins
Ok, so I was just browsing around here on eden because....well...I like too....and I ran across this article under: sex guides and tips>in the press. It claims "Everyone should read the Ananga Ranga (Colors of Eroticism) in the original 16th-century Sanskrit. That way you'll find out about the Poornachandra Nadi. The P-spot is located beside the G-spot."

Well, I obviously cannot read original 16-th century sandskrit but, I was wondering if this does actually exist. I for one have never heard of it....well, ok....I thought the P-Spot was a mans prostate.....I guess I was wrong. Has anyone experienced finding this "P-spot"? Thanks!
07/05/2008
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Bulma Bulma
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Originally posted by Oggins
Ok, so I was just browsing around here on eden because....well...I like too....and I ran across this article under: sex guides and tips>in the press. It claims "Everyone should read the Ananga Ranga (Colors of Eroticism) in the original ...
The P-spot is a mans prostate, or at least that's what I've always heard and read. I for one don't buy that there is another spot located next to the G-spot, at least not in my body. I think I've fully explored my body, and never came across anything like that.

Very strange indeed...
07/05/2008
Essin' Em Essin' Em
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Originally posted by Bulma
The P-spot is a mans prostate, or at least that's what I've always heard and read. I for one don't buy that there is another spot located next to the G-spot, at least not in my body. I think I've fully explored my body, and never ...
Hmm...I'm not sure about that manuscript, or it's claims. However, some people I've met call the G-spot the "U-spot' or "G sponge" (which I guess is some combo of uretheral sponge and G spot?). So I guess maybe back then there was another name?

My grad school Human Sexuality bio class reported 4 different locations from which females could achieve the traditionally defined orgasm: clitoris, g-spot, vaginally, and apparently, through the urethera. Since then, I've also met women who have told me they orgasm anally...

Wow, that was really rambling. Anyways, my point was that maybe at the time the thing was written, therre was something else called the P-spot that isn't at all the same as the male prostate (the current day "P-spot")?
07/05/2008
Oggins Oggins
HA! Essin it wasn't rambling, in fact it was quite informative! I had no idea about the urethera! Sounds kind of ouchie though...don't you think? Anyway, I'm guessing there probably is no female "p-spot". At least, I have encountered nothing like that on myself just as Bulma hasn't either. I just was curious if anyone else had it and maybe mine was just dysfunctional.
07/05/2008
Angelina fan Angelina fan
Well if the p spot was prostate related wouldn't the girls that get off anally be using that one? Just a thought.
07/06/2008
Bulma Bulma
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Originally posted by Angelina fan
Well if the p spot was prostate related wouldn't the girls that get off anally be using that one? Just a thought.
Actually the G-spot is the female version of the prostate, they are both a urethral sponge, although the female one isn't believed to have a purpose (the same thing has been said about the clitoris though, and both provide sexual stimulation to most women). At least this is what I have read about it from online research. It is easy to google, or look up on wikipedia.

As far as anal orgasms go, I am lucky enough to experience these. I can say that they feel nothing like G-spot or clitoral orgasms. I feel the muscle contractions in my pc muscles through my pelvic area. When I orgasm from G-spot it seems more concentrated in my vaginal and urethral region where as the anal orgasm can be felt throughout the entire pc muscle. For me it is deeper and more satisfying than a g-spot orgasm. From any other orgasm, I seem to be left wanting more, but from an anal orgasm I feel completely satisfied.
07/06/2008
Essin' Em Essin' Em
Bulma - very interesting! So I guess there are, at minimum, 5 ways that females can climax ...and maybe infintely more!
07/08/2008
Cock Wrangler Cock Wrangler
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Originally posted by Angelina fan
Well if the p spot was prostate related wouldn't the girls that get off anally be using that one? Just a thought.
no, because the prostate is a male-specific organ.
07/08/2008
Cock Wrangler Cock Wrangler
Generally speaking, the 'g-spot' is female specific, and is a newer term for what used to be called the urethral sponge- there are a number of small glands associated with this area.
The 'p-spot' is a new term for the prostate, which is male-specific, and is also located directly around the urethra.
There is a lot of colloquial use of these terms that makes things more confusing, I think: calling the prostate the 'male g-spot' or the g-spot the 'female p-spot', and so on.
These two areas are homologous structures, meaning that they're biologically similar and probably developed out of the same cells, but were differentiated at some point during development by the influence of different sex hormones.
This is a good article on the g-spot, though not entirely related to the question: link
07/08/2008
Viv Viv
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Originally posted by Essin' Em
Bulma - very interesting! So I guess there are, at minimum, 5 ways that females can climax ...and maybe infintely more!
what about nipple-gasms? my girlfriend is lucky enough to be able to get those. fun surprise when we made that discovery
07/08/2008
Essin' Em Essin' Em
I can have breast orgasms too, so 6!

CW - I didn't mean females could have P-spot orgasms, but females CAN climax through solely anal stimuation (possibly because the location of the g-spot?).
07/09/2008
Bulma Bulma
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Originally posted by Essin' Em
I can have breast orgasms too, so 6!CW - I didn't mean females could have P-spot orgasms, but females CAN climax through solely anal stimuation (possibly because the location of the g-spot?).
I've read (some random website online, don't remember which one) that supposedly women who do orgasm from anal stimulation is because of G-spot, but I know for me thats not the case. I can feel the stimulation mostly in the rectum, and besides that my husband's dick curves towards his belly, or towards my spine during anal sex, that's away from my G-spot. At least that's how it works with me. This seems to be kinda a rare thing though.
07/09/2008
Donna Matrix Donna Matrix
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Originally posted by Oggins
Ok, so I was just browsing around here on eden because....well...I like too....and I ran across this article under: sex guides and tips>in the press. It claims "Everyone should read the Ananga Ranga (Colors of Eroticism) in the original ...
There is a female prostate. I think this is what the book is talking about, and I'm interested in reading it now to find out! Thanks for pointing it out to me!

The "p-spot" is basically what can make you squirt.

Hear me out:

OK, not to go into a g-spot rant here first, but its all related. For me--personally--and a lot of women, the g-spot "brainy" sponge-like tissue fills up with fluid and can get really big. I've had boyfriends tell me that it swells when I have a g-spot orgasm and spasms enough to push them out! Honest detail here: when I have an orgasm this way a lot of the time I feel like I'm going to fart, pee, or for some reason want to tense up. If I relax and "push," the g-spot tissue pushes out all the liquid it has been collecting and I can sometimes squirt.

The "squirted" or "gushed" liquid is from this "p-spot", or female prostate. Its not pee, and its not the same liquid as when you first get "wet." It is similar, almost exactly researchers say, to "prostate plasma" which makes up around 30% of a man's seminal fluid. I know that for males, the alkaline makeup of this fluid helps to neutralize the acids naturally found in the urethra and the vagina. This prevents the sperm from being killed off on contact. If a guy can make us have a g-spot orgasm that would release this liquid from the "female prostate," I think its one of nature's little tricks saying "we have a winner!"

Another note about this "p-spot" liquid. Its sweet. I don't know where this sugary taste comes from, but I know that fructose, another ingredient in seminal fluid, is like fuel to sperm, thereby allowing them to move faster and aid them in their swim up through the uterus.

Here is an article stating that in 2007 evidence was found of the female prostate:

link
02/06/2009
ScottA ScottA
Very interesting - I had heard a bit about this before, but not in so much depth, Donna. One thing that I wonder about now is the difference between female ejaculate (which is very liquid and not slick at all, at least my wife's isn't) and prostatic fluid, which (on me anyway) is thicker and a bit slick (or maybe it's mixed with something else from the seminal vesicles or Cowper's glands and that's why it's slick).

I wonder why there's the difference? I guess it's just one of those genetic things.
02/09/2009
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