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October 18, 2010

G is for Gamaphobia, Genuphallation, GFE, Glory Hole, Golden Shower, G-Spot, & Gynelophilous

Glory hole

Apparently G is for more than just the G-Spot. I had difficulty choosing from all the awesome options once again, but here is a sampling:

Gamaphobia: An irrational or exaggerated fear of marriage.

Genuphallation: Sex in which the penis is inserted and stimulated between a partner’s knees. Use lube for this one — unless you like chafed knees.

GFE: Acronym for the Girlfriend Experience which refers to a type of service offered by female sex workers. The exact description will vary from person to person, but it often involves interacting with the client as a girlfriend would and may include a range of interactive activities beyond sex.

Glory Hole: A hole in a wall between rooms or bathroom stalls into which a penis (or other object) can be inserted for manual, oral or other sexual stimulation. Make sure there are no rough edges around the hole! If you’re nervous about putting your hose in the hole, you can always sit back and watch. But be sure to ask permission before you settle in as a voyeur with your bucket of popcorn.

Golden Shower: Performed by both men and women, golden showers involve peeing for sexual stimulation. They are also referred to as watersports (pee play) and urolagnia (sexual excitation associated with urine).

G-Spot: The G-Spot is an area in the vagina on the upper wall that is associated with sexual pleasure, orgasm and ejaculation in some women. It can be accessed through the vagina by inserting a finger and gently pulling upwards toward the stomach wall with a come-hither motion.

Gynelophilous: Sexual arousal from touching or seeing pubic hair.