Sexuality and You: Demystifying G-Spot and Female Ejaculation




For this episode of Sexuality and You, Dr Martha (Tara) Lee demystify and help clear the air on the existence of G-spot, female ejaculation and how pornography can make or break a relationship.

The G-spot (named after Ernst Gräfenberg) is also known as the Corpus spongiosum, urethral sponge, and female prostate. Most easily located when the women is sexually aroused, it can often be felt by pressing on the interior front wall of the vagina with a finger or sex toy, and may produce increased pleasurable sensations when stimulated. Various research has either confer or disprove its existence.

Female ejaculation (also

called squirting) is the expulsion of fluid by the paraurethral ducts through and around the human female urethra during or before an orgasm. Again various research have been done in this area almost exclusively on attempts to prove that the ejaculate is not urine.