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Many have heard the term "G-spot" and how people with vulvas have them in their pleasure area. However, when was the G-spot discovered and named?

According to research, the G-spot, despite it being stimulated and around for years, a German man named Ernt Gräfenberg published an article in the 50's discussing the anatomy of a female body and the 'pleasure spot'. While he was the first to bring up the subject, the name G-spot did not emerge until the 80's where people began discussing it more and thus Gräfenberg spot was created. 
While the article is one I encourage you to read, it is important to be mindful that the "G-Spot" while it can pleasure a person with a vulva, it doesn't mean it is the only way. 

The pleasure zone, according to "The Anatomy of the Clitoris, 2011" includes the entire sensual area of the female body that can make someone orgasm and feel good. While the G-sport can work for some people, not everyone can feel that way, for their own personal reasons (medical, emotional, or mental), and that is Okay. There are plenty of areas such as the Vulva, Urethra, and Clitoris that bring orgasms to the body and make yourself or your partner feel good. 

Do a little compare and contrast between both articles! Not only will you see how far we have come with our knowledge of the human body in relation to pleasure but you will notice that people are slowly de-stigmatizing the pleasures of the human body and prioritizing the knowledge behind it.  

We host seminars in regard to the G-spot, squirting, and orgasming which will cover in detail so many ideas and concepts that are rarely discussed in sex education but are very much essential to our knowledge of sexuality.