Dr Earnst Granfenberg was a decorated individual who published many scientific researches. In 1940 he left Germany after his arrest during the war and upon arrival in America he worked as a Pathologist in Chicago and later moved to New York City. After the term ‘female prostate’ was coined by Reinjier De Graaf, Grafenberg provided a breakthrough in understanding functional anatomy of female sexual organs.
The very well-known sultry G – Spot is named after Dr. Earnst Grafenberg himself, as he gave it publicity and studied it along with the phenomenon Female Ejaculation. Female Ejaculation (please link my What is Female Ejaculation blog here) is a phenomenon observed and studied for many years, the earliest studies records to Aristotle and ancient India and China.
In 1951, Dr Earnest Grafenberg states in The Role of the Urethra in Female Ejaculation, that “Occasionally the production of ﬂuids is so profuse that a large towel has to be spread under the woman to prevent the bed sheets getting soiled. This convulsory expulsion of fluids occurs always at the acme of the orgasm and simultaneously with it”. And he further writes,” At first I thought that the bladder sphincter had become defective by the intensity of the orgasm. Involuntary expulsion of urine is reported in sex literature. In the cases observed by us, the fluid was examined and it had no urinary character. I am inclined to believe that “urine” reported to be expelled during female orgasm is not urine, but only secretions of the intramural glands correlated with the erotogenic zone along the urethra in the anterior vaginal wall.”
Nick Fleming writes in A Review of the Female Ejaculation during Orgasm ‘ Very little is known about female ejaculation; the source and nature of the ejaculate, the existence of the female prostate and their relations to the G-spot are under considerable controversy. The G-spot was first described by gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg (1950) after leaving Nazi Germany for New York. Published in an obscure journal, Grafenberg described an area along the anterior wall about one third of the way in beneath the base of the bladder. This area is highly responsive to stimulation and when stimulated rapidly leads to high levels of arousal and orgasm if maintained. The area was shown to swell and protrude into the lumen upon stimulation, however much of Grafenberg’s work was ignored until it was renamed and popularized by Ladas (1982). Since the publication of The G-spot and the other discoveries about human sexuality by Ladas (1982) the G-spot has become linked with the phenomenon of female ejaculation and has never been far from controversy (Levin, 2003). In a survey of 786 women 72.6% of participants reported stimulation of the G-spot during sexual arousal produced orgasm (Darling, Davidson & Conway-Welch, 1990). Of the women who reported having a G-spot on the anterior wall of the vagina, 78.7% had experienced ejaculation (Darling, Davidson & Conway-Welch, 1990). A significantly higher proportion of women who experienced ejaculation also reported having multiple orgasms during sexual activities (Darling, Davidson & Conway-Welch, 1990). Estimated volumes of the ejaculate average at several tablespoons of fluid (Darling, Davidson & Conway-Welch, 1990). Another study by Schubach (2001) collected and measured female ejaculate. Participants expelled between 90 and 900mL of ejaculate per orgasm (Schuback, 2001) Although the G-spot has slowly gained acceptance in the scientific community, there is still speculation about its existence (Hines, 2001).’
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