From Rambodoc

October 4, 2007 · 16 Comments

We have talked in the past of the Holy Braille of the female body, the G Spot, and how surgeons are trying to increase the prominence of the point to enhance sexual pleasure for the female. Now, my old and royal leaders, loyal readers know how much I care for female empowerment.

Rainbow Of Fire

Ladies and more ladies, there are many potentially path-breaking developments in the evolution of female sexuality. I am just wondering how long science is going to take to help women reach the present glow of sexual tightness lightness in which I find myself most of the time.
A point of grammatical digression, is the state of being lit by light ‘lightness’ or ‘light’ (apart from ‘enlightenment’)? Anyways.
As many of you do know, most women don’t manage to reach orgasms because the guys are too busy trying to finish off things to catch the next Tube homewards, or because the female system requirements are overwhelming the male hardware specs, akin to a Vista installation in an XP machine. Man, too much upgradation required, ain’t it?
There is hope, short of dumping the guy and getting a proper stud to right things for you.
A stimulator, for one.
Huh? No, I am not talking of vibrators and sex toys, because I am an Indian, and neither my culture, nor my country’s laws, permit me to use such things. Besides, I am a guy whose fingers vibrate, a sort of premature Parkinson’s disease.
A spinal nerve stimulator is a device like a pack of cigarettes, implanted under the skin of the buttock (how imaginative!), that stimulates the nerves of the spinal cord. This is used to treat chronic back pain, and was found to lead to female orgasms.
Female orgasm is a phenomenon as rare as a Rainbow Of Fire, but less so than mutual orgasms and multiple orgasms, which are more often found in colorful scatologic accounts than in reality.
The sexual anatomy of the female is still now, in this modern day and age, controversial, as is the concept of female sexuality. Sample some of these:

1. Is the clitoris a magic button?
Er, no. It seems it is much bigger than previously described. From the descriptions of sexologists, I imagined it to be extending up to the back part of the tongue, but actually it seems to extend up to the G spot.

2. Is there a G spot?
Yes and no. There is no single, tiny pinhead, but the G spot, which is described as a point in the front wall of the vagina, between 11 and 1 o’clock (now don’t ask if it is AM or PM), seems to be linked with pelvic nerves, and hence the erogenous area is more extensive than thought to be. Men should heave a sigh of relief, as they don’t need to be wizards at G-spot mapping, and trouble their women even more by their hopeful and hopeless explorations.

3. If a male ejaculates, what does a female do?
Some females also do so. There is a urethral fluid, around 2 to 5 ml, that comes out, especially in the female on top position.

4. What is the source of a female orgasm: the clitoris, the vagina, or the G spot?
A lot of sources, with plenty of variations in individuals. While the orgasm in the male is linear, in the female it is more circular, or non-linear. Check out this highly readable article by Germaine Greer.

So, what aids adjuncts do women have to enhance or actuate their own orgasms?
I quote from an article:

Eros: approved 2000 by FDA—a clitoral suction device that increases blood flow and lubrication is out on the market.
Intrinsa: testosterone patch from P&G (refused FDA approval until more long term research is done) but looks very promising in clinical trials.
PT-141: nasal spray to increase blood flow and arousal by targeting the CNS (melanocortin agonist) not out yet.
LibiGe: testosterone gel Phase III clinical trials.
EstraVil: non-prescription herbal remedy that makes some pretty outlandish claims. This has NOT had to go through FDA approval or testing.

All these are in addition to the Rabbit vibrator, which Greer endorses.

So, no more need to tolerate messophilic, tooth-picking, serially eructating exhibitionists just for that one anniversarial orgasmic tickle.
Get a stimulator, or something else, and get your man laid off!

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