Dr. Mehmet Oz, affectionately known as Dr. Oz, wants you to have sex. Not just disrobe and fool around, but the handsome doc want couples on high-alert in search of the woman’s g-spot to have mind-blowing, talking-about-it-the-next-day sex. The medical doctor who advises the nation for free five days a week on his fan-favorite self-named syndicated television show insists not getting it on in a highly satisfying manner is damaging to our health, hence an ensuing sexual famine that is indicative of a lack of vitality in our lives.
“We have a sexual famine in America because people haven’t spent the time…and it takes time to learn how to excite each other,” he said back in 2009 via the Orlando Sentinel.
“If you can’t sleep, if you’re not having mutual, loving, sexual relations, if you’re not feeling energized, then you’re not living life at its fullest.”
When I read that quote, I couldn’t help but think about the plethora of people I know or the status updates I’ve read on Facebook who can’t sleep or can’t sleep without some sleeping aid, begging for the sandman to usher in some shut-eye. Maybe there is a connection?
Dr. Oz’s thinking is simple on the sex subject: People need sex, which is a predictor of human longevity and health, and they need well-functioning bodies for sex.
“The average amount of sex we have in America now, all ages, is about once a week,” he says. “We know that if we could double that to twice a week, on average it’s associated with an increase in life expectancy of about three years. For women, it’s not the quantity but the quality of the sex that is an important driver of longevity.”
Women and men have different approaches to sex, generally speaking. While the act itself calls for some men just needing a time to show up to partake, women usually require more than the need to be a warm body—enter g-spot.
“Most women have the equivalent of a g-spot and you have to excite that part of the female anatomy. It’s not a button. You don’t just push on some spot.”
First things first, where is the g-spot for women?
“…the prostate, which is very sensitive…which was not created in the female body…the same nerves move to the front of the vagina. So, if you put your finger in (making a ‘come here’ gesture) about an inch or two above where you enter, that entire area is generally sensitive…” said Dr. Oz in recent interview with CNN.
Dr.Oz insists women should be attentive to what turns them on and where their pleasure zones are so this can be relayed to their partner.
“Most guys don’t recognize the simplest things about improving a female’s orgasm. You don’t get that taught in medical school.”
The kicker? A third of women have never had an orgasm.
“Women, please do not trust a guy to do this…we were never taught to do this…you have to literally take the guy by the hand and teach him how to do it.”