A diagram of Skene's glands is an illustrated human anatomy chart of part of the female reproductive system. Skene's glands are located on the vaginal wall, near the urethra. Skene's glands are thought to have many of the same components as the male prostate gland, according to Berkley Wellness.
Many proponents of the female G-spot believe that Skene's glands make up part of this controversial area in a woman's body. The question of the role that Skene's glands play in sexual function, if any, is highly debated. Infection of the Skene's glands is often misdiagnosed as a urinary tract infection or other type of pelvic issues, according to Berkley Wellness.