The Gräfenberg spot
MYTH OR REALITY?
Scientists at King’s College in London carried out a study on the famous part in the female body known as "the G spot", they said that there is no evidence for the existence of the G-spot - allegedly a cluster of internal nerve endings also known as the “Gräfenberg spot”-. However, according to the Masters of Light, the G spot does exist, although scientists cannot find it and obviously it’s not what they were expecting to find.
Medium: Jorge Raul Olguin.
Entity that showed up to dialogue: Master Ruanel.
Interlocutor: Master, the question I want to ask you now is related to the famous “G spot”. In short, I’d like to know if it exists or if it’s something imaginary as some researchers have sustained in a scientific report at King's College London School of Medicine, England. These researchers affirm that the G-spot could be something subjective "a figment of imagination" and it doesn’t really exist.
Ruanel [Ironically]: In fact it is like a planetary hypnosis, the Gräfenberg spot doesn't exist, actually the vagina doesn’t exist either, in fact a man believes he is copulating, when in fact it is a deceit on behalf of the woman.
Interlocutor: You are very funny today, Master!
Ruanel: Of course that the G-spot exists! It’s called the "Gräfenberg spot", and it is located in the front part of the vagina.
Interlocutor: So what about this scientific study that says that some women have it and others not?
Ruanel: It’s not true that the G-spot has the sensibility that the clitoris has, but it is about a spot in which there is a small excitement.
Interlocutor: Does this mean that it is not like people said?
Ruanel: What happens is that there are many nerves that connect. There are women who have ended up having orgasms through anal coitus…
Obviously that in the anus there are no sensitive points in order to say that there is a second clitoris. This is not true.
Directly there are conductive nerves that can end up provoking an orgasm.
Interlocutor: But people say that the G-spot would be a place of more excitement that the same clitoris.
Ruanel: No. that is not true, the clitoris it is the beginning of everything. This vessel that houses me has had different debates with women that commented him that the vaginal orgasm exists; in fact the orgasm is always clitoral, to such point that the female masturbation is in a higher percentage clitoral.
Interlocutor: But what about the vagina?
Ruanel: In fact, what the vagina offers to a woman is a psychological feeling because when she has sexual intercourse, the vagina gives her a sensation of plenitude.
Although scientist have shown that the vagina has an average depth of 12 cm and the average size of an erected penis is 15 cm, there are penises that measure 14 cm and others 20 cm. or more. Also, There are women who prefer a bigger penis because in this way they feel fuller and they find bigger satisfaction during the sexual intercourse.
Interlocutor: According to your explanation there is an enormous psychological influence about this factor.
Ruanel: Sure! It has to do with a psychology of sensation and not another thing, in the same way that there are men who prefer a narrow vagina; there are others who prefer a wider vagina.
Interlocutor: I understand. Does a man also have a similar G-spot as a woman has?
Ruanel: No, but closer to the anal part, and here we are not speaking about homosexuality by no means, where the prostate gland is, there is an area that if it is rubbed, it can provoke not only an erection, but also an orgasm and ejaculation.
I repeat that this doesn't have anything to do with homosexuality, and there are even males that can be penetrated anally by a male and without masturbation, they can also have an orgasm.
Interlocutor: Everything is very clear, Master, and I believe that this topic is already over.
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