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Question: What is the function of g-spot ,and what does the liquid squirted after it is stimulated consists of?. Rami

Answer: Dear Rami,

The g spot was named for the German physician Ernst Grafenberg who first described "an erotic zone located on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra that would swell during sexual stimulation."
There is nothing in the anatomy of a vagina that can make a women squirt any liquid.
Only urine can be squirted. Squirting a liquid requires a reservoir plus surrounding muscles and a narrow tube/opening.
This arrangement does not exist anywhere in the vagina.
The often quoted Skenes glands are linked at the opening of the urethra but its secretions can only be squirted out if urine is being squirted at the same time.
Even if Skenes secretions backtracked to the bladder, they would automatically mix with urine before being ejaculated.
The Skenes glands themselves cannot squirt.


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