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 Urethral sponge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The urethral sponge is a spongy cushion of tissue, found in thelower genital area of women, that sitsagainst both the pubic bone and vaginal wall, and surrounds the urethra.
The urethral sponge is composed of erectile tissue ; during arousal, it becomes swollen with blood, compressing the urethra, helping prevent urination during sexual activity (along with the pubococcygeus muscle).
The urethral spongealso surrounds the clitoral nerve, and since the two are so closely interconnected, stimulation of the clitoris may stimulate the nerve endings of the urethral sponge.
www.therfcc.org /urethral-sponge-91194.html   (268 words)

  
 Urethra
The external urethral sphincter is the skeletal muscle that allows voluntary control over urination.
There are small mucus-secreting urethral glands, that help protect the epithelium from the corrosive urine.
Hypospadias is a form of abnormal development of the urethra in the male, where the opening is not quite where it should be (it occurs lower than normal in hypospadias).
publicliterature.org /en/wikipedia/u/ur/urethra.html   (460 words)

  
 Gräfenberg spot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Gräfenberg spot or G-spot, named after German gynaecologist Ernst Gräfenberg, is a small area in the genital area of women behind the pubic bone and surrounding the urethra.
It is the same as, or part of, the urethral sponge, the site of Skene's glands.
Stimulation of the G-spot (through the front wall of the vagina) is said to promote a more vigorous and satisfying orgasm, and is possibly the cause of female ejaculation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/G-spot   (635 words)

  
 Skene's gland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In human anatomy, the Skene's glands (also known as the lesser vestibular or paraurethral glands) are glands located on the upper wall of the vagina, around the lower end of the urethra.
The location of the Skene's glands is also known as the Gräfenberg spot or G-spot; the general area is the urethral sponge.
The Skene's glands are homologous with (that is to say, the female equivalent of) the prostate gland in males.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paraurethral_glands   (473 words)

  
 ASK BETTY
At the beginning of the eighties, a group of feminists from the self-help movement identified the female prostate gland as the urethral sponge.
The urethral sponge is analogous to the male prostate gland, and in the embryonic state, originates from the same cells.
But since small ducts have been found in the urethral sponge, that logically means it has the capability of emitting fluid which would serve the same purpose.
www.bettydodson.com /gspot1.htm   (870 words)

  
 g-spot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Surrounding the urethra is what has become known as the urethral sponge, erectile tissue, filled with nerve endings, which enlarges during sexual stimulation.
The urethral sponge can be stimulated through the front wall of the vagina and this area is what has been called the G-spot.
Between the clitoris and the vaginal opening is the urethral opening (reactions to direct stimulation of this area varies among women, with some finding it highly arousing and others finding it annoying)
www.headmap.org /index/unlearni/esoteric/gspot.html   (254 words)

  
 All About My Vagina: G-spot
It is known that the main component of the g-spot is the urethral sponge tissue, which surrounds the female urethra and which swells during sexual arousal.
Nerds like me may be fascinated to know that the urethral sponge develops from the same embryonic stem tissue as the prostate gland in men (which is the organ affected by stimulating the "male g-spot"), and some of the secretions observed in female urethral ejaculation during g-spot orgasms are chemically similar to male prostate secretions.
The urethral sponge tissue does a number of orgasm-related things, which seem to vary for each female and may be unremarkable in some.
home.wanadoo.nl /wuk/myvag/gspot.html   (780 words)

  
 Northern Adirondack Planned Parenthood
These researchers say that the G-spot may be referred to as the "urethral sponge" - so named because it surrounds the urethra.
The urethral sponge is composed of erectile tissue, which swells during sexual excitement - just as the clitoris and vagina do.
G-spot or not, it is important for a woman to know what feels good to her and what makes her sexual life satisfying.
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 BAD DRAWINGS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
shows the clitoris, the urethral sponge and the vagina which is a collapsed space until penetrated.
The urethral sponge fills with blood during sexual excitement and protects the urinary tract from friction caused by the penis moving back and forth inside the vagina during intercourse.
we see a finger entering the vagina and pressing up into the urethral sponge or what has been called the "G-spot." This spongy area is more like a crest than a specific spot.
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 Female ejaculation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The fluid is said by some simply to be urine (due to stress incontinence), but others report a clear or milky fluid which emerges (sometimes with force) and has a composition similar to the fluid generated in males by the prostate gland.
The glands surrounding the female urethra are variously known as the Peraurethral Glands, Periurethral Glands, Skene's glands, Female Prostate, or Urethral Sponge and are the spongy tissue associated with the Gräfenberg spot.
In females, this is called the urethral sponge, and serves the same function in regards to shejaculation.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/F/Female-ejaculation.htm   (905 words)

  
 The Wet Spot: The G-Spot
The G-spot -- which is really the urethral sponge -- is not really some kind of orgasm button that you push to be sent into waves of spasmodic ecstasy.
The ceiling of the vagina is closest to the floor of the urethra, which is surrounded by spongy tissue (hence the name, urethral sponge).
This sponge behaves in a way very similar to the way the male prostate gland behaves, and some people refer to the G-spot as the female prostate gland -- but we don't need to go there.
www.pottymouth.org /wetspot/wetspot065.html   (616 words)

  
 The G-Spot
It's a relief for those women who feel a urethral gushing of liquid during orgasm to find an explanation for this apparent ejaculation, and for some others to find what may be another source of pleasure--pg.
The paraurethral sponge is a dense concentration of blood vessels wrapped around the urethra with the largest portion under the urethra next to the outer wall of the vagina.
The sponge swells when stimulated, and you may feel like you have to pee, or it may give you a pleasurable sensation.
www.fantasyeyes.com /gspot.html   (1396 words)

  
 SexualEdu.com - The G-Spot
German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg, was the first modern scientist to identify the erotic potential of the urethral sponge, in 1950.
The G Spot (Grafenberg spot) is the small rough patch (urethral sponge) located on the roof of the Vagina between the hymen opening and the cervix.
As you stroke the area the sponge will swell and the female may have a pleasurable sensation or one like she has to pee.
www.sexualedu.com /articles/gspot.htm   (882 words)

  
 THE ANATOMY OF THE  VAGINA
Hence it has been re-named the Anterior or Urethral Sponge, as it is composed of spongy erectile tissue and it forms a tube that surrounds and runs the length of the urethra.
In addition to feeling quite pleasurable, the urethral sponge provides protection from infection of the urinary tract when it is properly puffed up.
The Perineal Sponge is located in the triangular structure (Perineal Body) at the base of the thin wall between the anus and the vagina.
wholisticwomancare.com /anatomy_of_the__vagina.html   (3953 words)

  
 Reality of Female Sexual Satisfaction Free Dating, Singles and Personals
This area is known as the urethral sponge.
Instead, the urethral sponges bulges inward, causing a little mound in the front vaginal wall.
Between the inner vaginal lips, around the female urethral opening are a group of tiny glands (the paraurethral glands) that in many women produce fluid similar to prostatic fluid on orgasm.
forums.plentyoffish.com /298380datingPostpage6.aspx   (4152 words)

  
 Luscious Liquid - The Daily Californian
Along the front-side or ceiling of the vagina runs the urinary tube leading to the urethral sponge.
When continuously stimulated, the sponge fills with fluids from the Skene's and other glands and may squirt out as an ejaculation.
The area around the urethral sponge is more commonly known as the G-spot.
www.dailycal.org /article.php?id=4828   (1034 words)

  
 Re: Can't control myself
We have checked that very book out before, we bought a copy, if that book were well known, I don't think we would have to talk about the commercially and politically correct G-spot anymore.
That book very graphically depicts the clitoral shaft going back under the pubic bone and forking into the urethral sponge.
There is definitely a "thunk spot" located behind the urethral opening, but it is not the way the "pro G spot" people describe it as a ball of nerves, it is the fork of the clitoris...
www.welcomed.com /clitboard1/messages/2459.html   (117 words)

  
 Mother's Guide to Sex - a Guest Interview at Exploring Womanhood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
When you're aroused, this urethral sponge swells until it can be felt through the front wall (or ceiling) of the vagina.
Once you're aroused and your erectile tissues are swollen with blood, the urethral sponge will be easier to locate.
The urethral sponge contains small glands known as "paraurethral glands." Continuous G-spot stimulation causes these paraurethral glands to fill up with a clear, odorless fluid.
www.exploringwomanhood.com /interviews/mgsjan.htm   (751 words)

  
 The GrafenberG-Spot (G-Spot) Controversy - The G-Zone - Better Sex Life
It is the media, which picked up the term "G-Spot" because of the book, that has promulgated the notion of a "spot" on the anterior wall of the vagina itself.
The search for a "spot" on the anterior wall of the vagina, as opposed to searching for the urethral glands through the anterior wall may be contributing to the difficulty of finding a single G "spot" and the controversy as to whether it exists at all.
Although every woman has this urethral sponge or G-Spot, not all women respond in the same way to its stimulation.
www.doctorg.com /gspotcontroversy.htm   (1886 words)

  
 Female Ejaculation
The G Spot in 1982, everyone's attention became focused on this tiny little organ, otherwise known as the urethral sponge, that every woman was reported to have.
You should feel a patch of skin that has a different texture from the rest of your vaginal walls, slightly rough or "ruffled." Using a "come hither" motion, press into the center of this ruffled patch until you feel an area that is sensitive to pressure.
Apply more pressure to the urethral sponge, stroking and manipulating the area around the urethral opening.
www.crankyeditor.com /Portfolio/Feature%20Writing/Health/Understanding%20Female%20Ejaculation.htm   (1708 words)

  
 The Grafenberg Spot
Another interesting discovery associated with G-spot research is the incidence of female ejaculation.
In "Female Urethral Expulsions Evoked by Local Digital Stimulation of the G-Spot: Differences in the Response patterns," an article in the Journal of Sex Research by Milan Zaviacic and his colleagues at Comenius University in Bratislava, this phenomena was studied in some depth.
The study was conducted with twenty-seven women; a G-spot was found in all, and ten of them experienced episodes of feminine ejaculation.
mama.indstate.edu /users/nizrael/grafenberg.html   (1918 words)

  
 Mz. Conduct's House Of Sin #74 Buildin' the Little Woman a Device (article) by mz kimi on AuthorsDen
It’s a mix of different fluids (still being researched) that are produced in the paraurethral gland, in the urethral sponge and is usually clear, or milky and as thin as water.
The urethral sponge is filled with nerve endings and some women find stimulation of that area very arousing, others can find it unpleasant or not feel anything at all.
When the urethral sponge gets aroused, it swells up, and this is when you’re most likely to squirt.
www.authorsden.com /visit/viewArticle.asp?id=7488   (2291 words)

  
 Products to increase your sexual pleasure, erotic mood and functions. Female sexual anatomy.
The urethral opening between the inner lips is difficult to see, and it may also be hided somewhat inside the vagina.
The mucosal walls of the vagina is not very sensitive, but the muscular layer under it is a source of sexual sensation, espesially when the vagina is filled and streched by a penis or some other object.
It is called the urethral sponge - also known as the G-spot.
www.panteraconsulting.com /salg1e.htm   (1981 words)

  
 Universal Tao: ARTICLE
In a woman the same tissue also wraps around the urethra, creating the urethral sponge (corpus spongiosum).
This may indicate that we are dealing here with a ‘female version’ of the prostatic glands, a collection of glands which also in men is rather sensitive to touch and pressure.” (Dr. G.
The first result, therefore, is regarding the urethral sponge, the erectile tissue surrounding the urethra which swells upon sexual excitement.
www.universal-tao.com /article/female.html   (2676 words)

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