Guess what? The G-Spot is not a spot.
It’s a tube of erectile tissue that surrounds the urethra.
The anatomically correct term is the urethral sponge.
Everything You Need to Know About the G-Spot
This is a picture of a woman’s sex organs with the urethral sponge in yellow with the Skene’s Glands inside (the female equivalent of the prostate).
These glands are what pulls liquid from her blood plasma and fills the tube with the fluid called Amrita or ejaculate.
When she “squirts,” the fluid is released from the Skene’s Glands.
See that little squiggly yellow area?
That is the visible part on her vulva under her clitoris and above her vaginal opening.
Wanna know how to make her squirt using it?
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