The G-spot, named after Dr. Ernst Gräfenberg who first wrote about it in 1950, is a sensitive area located just behind the frontal wall of the vagina, right between the pubic bone and the cervix. G-spot orgasms are very intense. Moreover, the stimulation of the G-spot may lead some women to “ejaculate”—a la Samantha’s “elusive female ejaculation” episode in Sex and The City— a fluid that is expelled from a woman’s vagina during the G-spot orgasm. This orgasm is sometimes referred to as “squirting,” and female ejaculation seems to be the subject of much curiosity. Some women claim their G-spot orgasms are stronger than those reached by clitoral stimulation. It is hypothesized that the G-spot may be an extension of the clitoris; the back portion of the clitoris, which may explain its existence.