Different professionals have debated whether the G-spot actually exists, but many women say that there is a place in the vagina which feels good when it is touched. This area lies in the front of the vaginal wall a few centimetres inside the vaginal opening. There is glandular tissue around the urethra, similar to the man’s prostate gland. A lot of people think this glandular tissue is the G-spot and that it swells when subjected to pressure or touch. Fluid may occasionally be released from this tissue during a woman’s orgasm, passing through the urethral opening. This fluid looks like the man’s semen.
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