Myths about the G-spot – the erogenous zone supposedly inside the vagina that can help a person achieve a particular kind of orgasm – are astoundingly common. It’s a myth that there’s no sure way to find the famed G-spot. The G-spot is not an actual organ. In-and-out penetrative sex is not the best way to achieve G-spot orgasms for most. Men do not have a G-spot. When it comes to the “Big O,” there are many different ideas and myths that surround it. And while it’s no secret that there are different options to getting to what’s often referred to as “the sexual finish line,” there’s still much information that we aren’t privy to on the subject. Case in point: the G-spot. Although we hear about the G-spot delivering what could be the best orgasm you’ve ever felt – if you’ve never felt it yourself, how do you know if it’s true? Likewise, how do you even know if the G-spot exists? If you’ve ever felt this way about the seemingly mythological pleasure zone, you’re not alone. So, to help you get down to the bottom of it, we’ve compiled and debunked a list of 12 of the most… Read full this story
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