Woman G Spot History
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Woman G Spot history, as we've indicated, goes way back. Some of it valid, some superstition, some myth, some couched in obscure spiritual ritual. Because of the thousands of year old legacy of Tantric writings, even today many sacred sexuality teachers call the woman G-Spot the sacred spot.
But slowly modern science has begun to look into the woman G Spot. Tantric Woman G-Spot Orgasm & Female Ejaculation states...
"It wasn't until about 400 years ago that a Dutch anatomist, Regnier De Graaf, clearly defined the glands and ducts that make up the Sacred Gate. He said they were analogous to the male prostate. This started a scientific trend of referring to the woman G-Spot as the female prostate.
"In 1880 Alexander Skene, M.D., extensively studied and illustrated the glands and ducts that comprise the female prostate. To this day, some refer to this part of a woman's anatomy as Skene's glands. It wasn't until 1953 that a urologist named Samuel Berkow concluded that this tissue was erectile."
Since sexual organs that get excited fill with blood, or get erectile, we think this finding, obvious to any aware lover, really put the woman G-Spot on the map, wherever it is.
Woman G Spot Research
Still, there's a lot we don't know about female sexuality in particular and the woman G-Spot in specific. Fortunately, woman G-Spot research continues actively. Dr. Gary Schubach settled part of the controversy in his doctoral study when he determined the woman G-Spot's role in female ejaculation. The extensive studies of a Slovakian pathologist, Dr. Milan Zaviacic, advanced our understanding even further when he published his scientific study identifying in 1999 the four different types of woman G-Spots.
Part of the controversy extends to what people call the woman G-Spot. We've settled that on the next page.