Complete the sentence: "My G-spot is..."

Complete the sentence: "My G-spot is..."

OneFoxyHobo OneFoxyHobo
I'm curious to know how other women view their g-spot and how strong the preference for it is among those who favor it. Stories are welcome. I've only ever been able to get any serious enjoyment from g-spot stimulation myself, which caused me some sexual dysfunction for years given the common perception that the c-spot is the sh*t and the g-spot may not even be real. There's also the view that women who prefer it mainly like it for the emotional reasons associated with getting off while their partner is inside them instead of strictly anatomical reasons. I imagine it's not common, but I'm wondering if it's so uncommon I probably won't ever run into another women with the same experience.

If anyone knows of studies that have looked into this, I'd also really appreciate the share.
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Originally posted by OneFoxyHobo
I'm curious to know how other women view their g-spot and how strong the preference for it is among those who favor it. Stories are welcome. I've only ever been able to get any serious enjoyment from g-spot stimulation myself, which caused ...
I've never looked into studies on this topic, but I may in the future. I do remember hearing that there was/could be more of an "mental" stimulation attached. Personally I'm more of a C-spot person myself, but when going it solo, I have had a good time occasionally with the g-spot. It had nothing to do with a partner haha.
12/29/2016
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