Can’t find my husband’s ‘G-spot’
I am a 25-year-old married woman. I don't know if you can help me, but I was with some girls recently.
Two of them were in my age group and the others were older. The older women were talking about how hard it is to please men.
The married women said they suspected that their men went off the rail sometimes, but they couldn't prove it.
One of them said that to keep a man at home, one has to find his G-spot. I never knew that men have G-spot.
I kept quiet, but when I was talking to my husband, I asked him where his G-spot is and he asked me why I was asking him that question.
If he has a G-spot, he doesn't know where it is, but he can find mine. I told my husband that mine was not the issue; it was his, because if he has one, I should know.
I don't have a problem satisfying my husband. I don't know if he is looking elsewhere, but this G spot thing in men, I would like to know more about it.
So, that is why I am asking you about it.
I suggest that you do research on that question. It is said that a man's prostate is called the male 'G-spot'.
I am not prepared to say more on this matter and I would not encourage you to try to find it.
But it is fair for me to just say to you that you may totally turn off your husband by trying to find what people call a man's G-spot.
Your husband can continue having sex with you without you being curious about finding his G-spot. I wouldn't encourage you to do so.
Not everything you hear other women say you should endeavour to do.