Braxton's quickie for the day...
Despite the wealth of anecdotal evidence, there is far from universal agreement that the G-spot exists. The crux of the argument for the naysayers seems to lie with the fact that not every woman responds to G-spot stimulation. If that logic is valid, then by extension, it must also be true that the vaginal orgasm is nonexistent, even though thirty percent of women claim to have one.
Is it possible that the G-spot is a victim of semantics? There’s a vaginal entity known as the urethral sponge which engorges and becomes more sensitive when aroused by vaginal or clitoral stimulation. Sounds like the G-spot, doesn’t it?
We have recently introduced a new electrode which is perfect for finding and stimulating the G-spot. It’s called the CurrentPrelude, and with over four inches of insertion length, it’s just the ticket for that G-spot fishing expedition!