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Blogging A-Z Challenge – G is for…

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Blogging A-Z Challenge

Thirty Days. Twenty-six posts.

 April 1 marks the first day of the annual blogging challenge. For 26 days of April (every day except for Sunday) I’m going to have a post related to my Blogging A-Z Theme.

My bad – I missed yesterday’s post so I’m disobeying the rules and posting it today. I’ve been a bad girl. 😉 Please forgive me.

(This post contains adult content that may not be suitable for those under 18)

What’s my theme, you ask?

Do you really need to?

I write bedtime reading for adults, stories they can enjoy alone and with a partner. So it only makes sense that my theme is – Erotica.

I’ll be picking a word or phrase commonly associated with the literary genre of erotic. Don’t worry, these posts won’t be graphic or cringe-worthy – I’m looking to educate, information, amuse and always, entertain.

Read on!

G is for…

G- spot

That mystical, magical spot inside a woman’s body where the briefest touch will bring on multiple orgasms.

That’s the plan anyway. That’s how it’s often used in erotic literature.

The reality is that it is a mystical, magical spot that’s really difficult for many to locate.

This is what Wikipedia had to say about it:

The G-spot, also called the Gräfenberg spot (for German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg), is characterized as an erogenous area of the vagina that, when stimulated, may lead to strong sexual arousal, powerful orgasms and potential female ejaculation. It is typically reported to be located 5–8 cm (2–3 in) up the front (anterior) vaginal wall between the vaginal opening and the urethra and is a sensitive area that may be part of the female prostate.

It also says that like the unicorn and Bigfoot, the existence of the G-spot has never been proven.

(I put that in about the unicorn and Bigfoot!)

In my opinion, (for once I will give my opinion on the subject), the G-spot is really real, but like everything involving sex, it takes some practice at figuring out what to do with it. Not all men or women are able to locate it. There are a few positions that work better at others in stimulation – from behind, or woman on top with man seated.

Practice makes perfect, so if you’re one of the many who hasn’t yet discovered the joy of the G-spot, I say keep trying!


Author: hollykerrauthor

Author of chicklit novels, Unexpecting, Coming Home, Absinthe Doesn't Make the Heart Grow Fonder and The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd

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