For Immediate Release January 4, 2010
Contact: Dr Ava Cadell
Tel: 310-882-5438 ext. 9000
The G-Spot 'Does Exist', says Dr. Ava Cadell
A Rebuttal to the NY POST about “Sexy G-spot a Myth”
Dr. Ava says, “The Loch Ness Monster may be a myth, but the G-spot is real. I’ve helped thousands of women find their G-spot.”
Dr. Ava Cadell, founder of www.LoveologyUniversity.com offers a G-spot Certification Course. Aside from learning exactly what the G-spot is, you can learn where it is located, what its function is, how it differs in women and the best techniques and positions for G-spot stimulation.
The G-spot area is located inside the woman’s vagina, about a third of the way in-between the vaginal opening and the cervix. It’s somewhere between 1.5 to 3 inches inside the vagina on the upper wall, so imagine a small clock inside the vagina and you’ll find the G-spot between 11 and 1 o'clock (with 12:00 pointing towards the navel).The G-spot area has a ridged texture and responds to gentle stroking.
The G-spot is also known as the female prostate gland, and unlike the male prostate gland, which has only two ducts, the G-spot has over 32 much smaller ducts. In many women, once properly stimulated, the G-spot can provide a very powerful orgasm.
More proof that the G-spot exists is that there are hundreds of products designed to stimulate the G-spot every year. Voted the world’s most innovative and top selling sexual enhancement adult toy on the market is the “We-Vibe” vibrator which can be worn during lovemaking to stimulate the G-spot and the Clitoris simultaneously.
Check out the Certified G-spot course if you want to:
- Learn Exactly How to Find and Stimulate the G-spot
- Know the Difference Between a G-spot Orgasm and a Clitoral Orgasm
- Know How a Woman can Ejaculate from the G-spot
- Find and Stimulate the Male G-spot; yes men have one too!
# # #See the article on ABCNews.com with more information and interviews with Dr Ava Cadell and Mitzi Rae - http://abcnews.go.com/Health/ReproductiveHealth/gspot-real-sex-educators-refute-british-study/story?id=9485512&page=1