Disguised as a kitchen utensil, The Mango Juicer is a G-Spot stimulator that was created to give women afflicted with clitorectomies an alternate route to sexual pleasure. Its unique shape is designed to help women achieve an internal orgasm when they can’t achieve a clitoral orgasm. A portion of the profits from the sale of the Mango Juicer goes toward the education and elimination of FGM (female genital mutilation).The Mango Juicer The Alicia
The G-Spot is a female erogenous zone that when stimulated can lead to high levels of sexual arousal and powerful, highly intense orgasms.
The G-Spot is named after Ernst Gräfenberg, who hypothesised its existence and its relation to internal female orgasms. Born on 26 September 1881 in Germany, Gräfenberg (pictured) was a medical doctor and scientist, known for his studies of women’s orgasm. The G-Spot is located near the pubic bone and the top of the cervix. The size and the location varies from woman to woman, but it is usually about the size of a hazelnut and lies 1-3 inches
If you are reading this it’s safe to assume you have not lost your sight due to excessive masturbation. Believe it or not, until recently this was one of many widespread beliefs.
Another accepted belief was the correlation between masturbation and developing acne. The reason why these were popular convictions probably ties to the fact that teenagers generally start masturbating around the same time puberty hits, which is also the time of developing acne and when many teens get glasses.
Far from the old myths, it is scientifically proven that masturbation actually has a lot of health benefits, both physically and mentally.
While some cultures went from telling harmless myths to discovering potential health benefits of masturbation, other cultures’ fear of masturbation has gone beyond this and resulted in female genital mutilation.
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Although the clitoris is generally the size of a pea, it is the epicentre of sexual health and pleasure in females. The clitoris is located at the top of the vaginal lips near the beginning of the pubic bone, and the inner portion is sometimes thought to be the other side of the G-spot. Stimulation can either be direct or indirect—it just depends on the woman. Women who are unable to have clitoral orgasms are not merely denied intense sexual pleasure. Deficiency of oxytocin (the hormone generously released during orgasm) enhances stress, obesity, psychotic behaviour, impairs cognitive functions and increases breast-cancer risk.
The clitoral orgasm is felt as a series of uterine muscle contractions over a few seconds, releasing oxytocin in the process. Oxytocin regulates hormone levels impaired by stress and/or the menstrual cycle.
Clitoral orgasms serve physical health, and pleasure, and are obtained through specific clitoris stimulus. It has been estimated that 80 to 90 percent of women are unable to orgasm without clitoral stimulation. Pregnancy is largely affected by hormonal fluctuation, and is required for delivery contractions. After delivery oxytocin is essential in lactation. In the female body, hormone levels widely fluctuate to enable one to become pregnant.
In women not pregnant or lactating, oxytocin is also essential. Like other sex hormones (such as oestrogen and progesterone) the body always composes and secretes some oxytocin to influence different processes. Whenever the uterus contracts, as it does during menstruation, oxytocin is secreted. Sexual arousal helps to release oxytocin, but only a clitoral orgasm gives the full effect. The better the orgasm, the more oxytocin secreted.
inside the vagina directly behind the pubic bone (top). Stimulation of the G-Spot has been known to result in female ejaculation (often known as squirting), an expulsion of clear fluid through the urethra during or before orgasm.
So, what about men? Should they feel left out of the G-Spot phenomenon? Some may be surprised to learn that the prostate is, essentially, the male equivalent of a woman’s G-Spot. The exact location of the prostate gland is pointed out in the diagram above.