Awkward Sex Questions, Answered
The report was in the May 2012 issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine, where Adam Ostrzenski, MD, a semi-retired Florida-based gynecologist, claimed to have pinpointed the G-spot’s locale by dissecting the body of a deceased 83-year-old. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to find yours via Google Maps anytime soon. That’s because, according to Brizendine, the G-spot “isn’t an organ, it’s an anatomical area, and not only does it vary greatly in exact location from woman to woman, it’s much more defined in some than in others.”
If you want to go in search of yours, keep in mind that self-exploration isn’t the surest route. “Just as a flaccid penis is very different than an erect penis, the vaginal canal is a different organ when you’re intensely aroused,” Brizendine explains. Instead, she suggests experimenting with sexual positions to find one that stimulates the clitoris and the most sensitive area of the vaginal canal. Cowgirl (or, woman-on-top) is the go-to because the clitoris rubs against the male pubic bone and/or penis. But Mintz recommends something a little more…salty: a cock ring with a vibrator attached. Good? “It’s mind-blowing, actually,” she says.