By Nicola Jones. Drugs such as Viagra should work for some women — especially if they have a big G spot. This spot, famed for producing spectacular orgasms, turns out to be awash with the enzymes that these drugs act on. In men, the prostate produces the watery component of semen.
Knowledge is power, especially when it comes to sex. The more we understand our own sexuality and desires, the more we can teach our partners about it, and the more we can get what we want. So when I learned about the Lioness, a smart vibrator that tracks various usage metrics to give you knowledge of your own arousal, the sex nerd in me was intrigued. The Lioness functions like a Fitbit for your sex life, with sensors that measure tension to detect arousal and orgasm , temperature to track when you put it in and take it out , and motion to keep track of how you're moving the toy. It connects to an app, which displays each masturbation session on a chart. You can see your vaginal contractions represented as spikes or as a circle that contracts and expands. You can also tag each session with anything from "five-star" to "drunk" and learn how different outside circumstances impact your sex life.
Named after Dr. Ernst Grafenberg , the urologist who discovered it, the G-Spot is a scientifically researched area that can give women incredible pleasure. It is identified as the female prostate, demonstrating similar traits and functions as the male prostate; all women have one and are capable of ejaculating prostatic fluid. The female prostate is a vine-like structure that surrounds the urethral canal the tube that urine exits the body.
So, when I got the chance to test it out at OneTaste orgasmic meditation studio in San Francisco, well, I had to see if it was worth the hype. Before class started, I introduced myself to the guy next to me. This was going to be intense. As the lesson began, all the students in class went around and said why we were there.