'How can I find my G-spot?'
Clinical sexologist, Dr Prakash Kothari and Counseling Psychologist Rachna Kothari answer your sex-related queries
A. The G-spot, or the Grafenberg spot, is an area of increased sensitivity with maximum potential for arousal. It is located on the anterior vaginal wall about one and half inches from the vaginal opening. After sliding the fingers and with forward, backward or side-to-side movement, some women can pinpoint the spot where they experience increased sensitivity.
Q. I suffer from premature ejaculation. Could Viagra be of help?
A. No. There are 3 components in male sexual response — Desire, Erection and Orgasm/Ejaculation. Viagra only works on the second component. It helps in increasing the rigidity and sustenance of erection i.e. if a man has 25% hard-on, it can enhance it to 90%. The drug of choice for your concern would be Dapoxetine 60mg, one hour before the anticipated act with a glass of water.
Q. I have been masturbating since 6 years now. I’m getting married soon. Will it harm my sex life?
A. No way! In fact it can help…because during intercourse, what the penis does in a woman’s vagina, it does the same in a folded palm during masturbation. Meaning thereby, if you have good grounding in English you can pick up French faster because of the same script. Masturbation is sex, with someone you love.
Q. I am gay and baffled with the verdict of the apex court –Homosexuality is a criminal offence! What’s your take?
A. Homosexuality is not like rape or murder, which involves cruel intentions. Homosexuality cannot be considered a crime; it is only one’s choice. An individual is born that way. Suppose if an individual is born with dark skin instead of fair; or left handed instead of right handed; would that become a criminal offence? Some like tea, some like coffee. It is one’s preference!
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