Saturday, May 7, 2011

Searching For G - The Film And My Mission

Liz Topp, co-author of Vaginas: An Owner’s Manual, is a delightful, witty writer who’s added delightful, witty filmmaker to her impressive list of creative credentials. Her documentary Searching for G (see side bar) is one of the Official Selections of the 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival.
Venus G-Vibrator
In honor of Liz (who I sort of know personally), I’m determined to locate my G-spot.  Research began this week on the eve of Searching for G’s premiere in Newport Beach. With my  Berman Venus G-Vibrator in hand (literally and figuratively) I commenced my less than scientific study.  The Venus G is a quiet, attractive, sleek, smooth, battery-operated, waterproof, silicone device designed by world renowned sex therapist Dr. Laura Berman to stimulate the G spot. 

Whether or not the G-spot exists, the subject of Liz Topp’s film, remains to be experienced by this researcher. It’s a venture (or should I say adventure) I’m thoroughly looking forward to.  Apparently one’s G-spot is located from one to three inches up the front vaginal wall somewhere between the vaginal opening and the urethra. Stimulation of this spot is said to lead to strong sexual arousal and powerful orgasms.

My first encounter with the Venus G was less than victorious. I lacked much needed anatomical preparation and, of course, the pressure was on to succeed.  I’d hoped to tell Liz upon her return to NYC that I’d searched for and found G and it was right where it was supposed to be and worked just fine.  I’m cool, confident, and ready for more work.  Thanks Liz, thanks Dr. Laura. The Berman Venus G-Vibrator (as well as other fun toys and sexy products) can be discreetly purchased online at Be sure to check out the G-Spot Center for valuable information.

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1 comment:

  1. It exists ;) I am actually astounded there's still debate. In any case, I do wish you pleasurable play in the search, dear one :)