There are all sorts of mythes and discussions around the G Spot. It’s been named after the German gynaecologist Ernst Grafenberg, who first officially discovered it in 1940s. The G Spot is an area located at the entrance of the vagina, almost 1.5in in, on the anterior vaginal wall. When aroused it’s easier to identify this area as it feels like a sponge. What we know for sure is that, if stimulated correctly, this can bring us to climax. Recent studies, in fact, stated that area on the vaginal wall is the closest one to the inner part of the clitoris (the orgasm for pleasure). If stimulated with a “come-in” gesture with fingers and using a special technique the G Spot can also induce a powerful orgasm and to squirt (if you are curious about squirting, read this article). Female ejaculation, known as squirting, involved the Skene Glands, located also around the anterior vaginal wall.