The history of the G-Spot

As we will find out that there is so much more to it. Even in this study with these women they will have different partners, will have different experiences throughout their life times, they will be using different techniques. All of these things combined are what help to create this experience. I will have you know that the French—when this study was published—they shot back at the English researchers and said, “Hey, this obviously because you have this very puritanical Anglo-Saxon background that you can’t have this experience or you can’t see it, but in our studies women have G-Spot experiences all the time.” In summary, my emphatic opinion, which is borne by my experience and by many othersʼ, is that yes, the G-Spot is absolutely, positively, definitely real. I have experienced and I have met and worked with many women who have experienced it. I have helped them to get there and you can too. We are going to start with Module 1, Video 1, which is: Is it Real? Does it Exist? Learn more at and

What you are going to learn in this video is: the history of the G-Spot both ancient and modern, including what the Taoists had to say over 5000 years ago. You are going learn where the “G” in G-Spot comes from. You are going to learn why Freud was right; and where modern science weighs in on this debate. So 5000 years ago in Taoist China when they were basically pioneering their systems in acupuncture, acupressure, herbal medicine, they also dispensed sexual medicine. You would go to see your traditional doctor and he or she would give you a prescription for the things that you needed to balance out. So letʼs say that you were diagnosed with weak kidneys, as a woman. The doctor would say, alright, so I am going to do this acupressure, acupuncture treatment on you, I am going to give you these herbs to take home and use, cook up for yourself and then I also want you to go home and have sex three times a day for the next thirty days and in reverse cowgirl position. If she was diagnosed with weak kidneys that would be the position that she would be given. I still give that position to people today. What they did essentially is map out reflexology zones in the body, including the genitals and through that mapping out became aware of the G-Spot and its potential for pleasure. The Taoists believed that there were three different types of female vulva orgasms: the clitoral, the G-Spot and the cervical. They likened them to three gates that would be used to fully open a woman to her sexual pleasure. The correlation was that in their system the clitoral orgasm was more of a physical experience, the G-Spot was more of an emotional experience or release, and the cervical orgasm was more of a transcendental, spiritual experience. Go play! Let me know what works for you. Learn more at

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