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Deborah Sundahl has made a career out of bringing female ejaculation into the open. — The Independent (Review), London
The Female Prostate
In 2001, the G-spot was finally recognized as a functioning female anatomical organ, and was given the medical term: female prostate. see references below. This medical recognition ended the debate about the ‘Myth of the G-spot.’ The G-Spot is real, and it works. Deborah Sundahl is on a mission to teach women and men how to awaken its sensations, and get its lovely feminine fountain flowing!
Deborah is an international sex educator who specializes in teaching women and couples about the G-spot and female ejaculation. She is the leading expert and pioneer in this field.
As an expert, she wrote the first, groundbreaking book on female ejaculation in 2003, Female Ejaculation and the G-spot (revised 2014). As pioneer, she made the very first video on this subject in 1993, How to Female Ejaculate, at a time when very few people had heard about female ejaculation.
“Deborah teaches with such grace and lets people be where they are. I’ve felt lectured at and pushed before, so I really appreciate her style of teaching. It let’s one open up. Om Shanti. Thank you for your teaching.” ~ Emily, Montana
“Deborah Sundahl’s Female Ejaculation and the G-Spot Webinar changed my life in a profound way. I found Deborah after a 2-year quest, committed to the work with her, and through her expert guidance and caring approach, I found my center and took my power back. Life changing to say the least. I am changed forever. Girl Power!” ~ Janine, Los Angeles, CA USA
“Thank you so much for the work and love and research you’ve been sharing with us. Your book was one of my “first steps” that I took on the path of freedom, joy, and most importantly, pleasure. I am so grateful. Merci Merci” ~ Aurelie, France
Finding the G-Spot
All women have a prostate just as all men do. Therefore, all women can ejaculate. When stimulated, the prostate swells with ejaculate (prostatic fluid), and it’s supporting erectile tissue fills with blood. The prostate and its surrounding erectile tissue is the G-spot.
The G-spot is not hard to find. Put your finger just inside your vagina and push up. (Like the fingers in the diagram.) There it is! Feel the ridges? Press gently but firmly all around it. Get to know your G-spot, and you CAN ejaculate cups full of erotic juices — if you choose to — because ejaculation can occur with an orgasm or without one.
The G-spot is a prostate gland, and is therefore naturally ultra-sensitive. Learn how to re-awaken its sensitivity, have G-spot orgasms, and flow fountainous bursts of female ejaculate!
See also: 3D female prostate
You Tube: Deborah Explains how to find the G-spot
SPECIAL THANK YOU
Dr. Beverly Whipple and Dr. John Perry and Dr. Alice Ladas for their scientific discoveries on the G-spot, specifically the muscles and nerves involved in the orgasm. These were published in their ground- breaking book: The G-Spot and Other Recent Discoveries About Human Sexuality (1982). Dr. Milan Zaviacic for his 20-year cellular study on the female prostate published in his monograph: The Human Female Prostate (1999). His scientific discoveries were many, including the existence of female ejaculation as prostatic fluid.
Citations and References – Important Science Studies on the G-Spot (Female Prostate) and Female Ejaculation (Prostatic Fluid)
Zaviacic, M. The Human Female Prostate: From Vestigial Skene’s Paraurethral Glands and Ducts to Woman’s Functional Prostate. Bratislava: Slovak Academic Press, 1999
Ladas, A., Whipple, B., Perry, J. The G-spot and Other Recent Discoveries About Human Sexuality. New York: Holt and Company, 1982, 2005
Over three dozen scientific citations can be found in:
Sundahl, D. Female Ejaculation and the G-spot. Alameda: Hunter House, 2003; 2nd Edition: Nashville: Turner Publishing, 2014
The decision to accept Zaviacic’s findings was made in 2001 (but was not published until 2007) in Terminologia Histologica; International Terms for Human Cytology and Histology, by Federative International Committee on Anatomical Terminology (FICAT) (ISBN 978-078-176-6104).