What Next After 30 Years Debate on G-Spot

What Next After 60 years of G-Spot Debate? Other possible Erogenous Zones in Some Female Genitalia Which Can Contribute to the Development of Female Orgasm Other Than Glans Clitoris

   Introduction: Grafenberg’s Spot (G-Spot) was hypothesized to take part in the development of female orgasm in many debates since 1950’s. Lately, it has been proposed that not only G-Spot exists, but there are also other deep vaginal erogenous zones (DVZ) which can trigger orgasm in some women.

   Methods: During our various ongoing surveys on female sexuality, we investigated subjectively perceived erogenous zones to induce pleasure and trigger orgasm in women.   198 women of different nationalities were questioned in different scales and survey questionnaire, in Turkish and English. A portion of data analyzed and presented here; the study is still continuing, percentages and figures may change,

   Results: G-SPOT: The localization of G-spot is at the anterior vaginal wall, 2.5-4cm inside, under the mid uretral length. In our series 63 out of 198 women admitted to be aware of their G-Spots. 55 of them (27.7%) were positive that they had experienced G-Spot orgasms. 25 (45.4%) of these women were ESR-women.

   A-SPOT: A-Spot is at the anterior wall of vagina, 2-3.5cm below anterior fornix, under the bladder. 21 women (10.6%) admitted to be aware of such an erogenous zone. 13 (61.9%) of them were ESR-women.

   O-SPOT: O-Spot is between the posterior vaginal wall and the rectum, 2-4cm below posterior fornix. 16 women (8%) replied that they have a sensitive area at this part of their genitalia. 12 (75%) of them were ESR-women.

   U-SPOT: No U-Spot has been detected in the survey.

   Cervix: Cervix is the collum (neck) of uterus. 15 women (7.5%) replied that their cervix is sensitive and   may trigger an orgasm. 9 (60%) of them were ESR-women.

   PFM: PFM are the muscle network between pubis and coccyx. 24 women (12.1%) told that activation of PFM was effective for the development of an orgasm. 12 (50%) of them were ESR women.

   Most of the ESR women admitted that they may have such DVZ other than glans clitoris.

   Conclusion: Such erogenous zones may exist in a minority of women, however the women may not be making the differentiation of exact localizations, thus we call PFM, O-, A-Spots and Cervix under one name: Deep Vajinal Erogenous Zones (DVZ). A total of nearly 7 to 12% were aware of DVZ. More research should be performed on the functional anatomy of female genitalia. Extra erogenous zones, such as G-Spot or DVZ, may be an important contributing factor in the development of ESR.


Sayın HÜ, Kocatürk A, Armagan N. What Next After 60 Years of G-Spot Debate: Other Possible Erogenous Zones in Female Genitalia Which Can Contribute to the Development of Female Orgasm Other than Glans Clitoris. The 34th NACS-Sexology Conference (Pleasure and Health) 4-7 October, 2012, Helsinki-Finland. NACS-Conference Abstract Book 2012;  34: 30-3; 2012.


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