Often thought to be a myth. The G-spot is nearly as elusive as Bigfoot.
If you haven’t found your partner’s G-spot, don’t feel bad. Many women don’t even know where it is, in fact, over half, when surveyed, didn’t think they even had one!
Hopefully, this post will help demystify the G-spot, and help you and your partner find it.
What is the G-Spot?
Also known as the Gräfenberg spot, the G-spot was named after gynecologist Ernt Gräfenberg. The G-spot is a female erogenous zone – an area that is highly sexually sensitized. Stimulation of this area can lead to deeply intense orgasms. In fact, some women experience female ejaculation (“squirting”) with a G-spot orgasm, due to the intensity.
Although there is debate on whether or not the G-spot exists, there has been physiologically evidence found, by ultrasound, in women who have reported having orgasms during vaginal intercourse. It has been theorized that the G-spot may actually be an extension of the clitoris.
Where is the G-Spot?
In the most general terms, the G-spot is located approximately 2 to 3 inches inside the vagina, at the top (anterior side) of the vaginal wall, inside the vaginal wall. The area is bean-shaped and approximately the size of a dime, and is characterized by a bumpy-ish, rough texture.
Here’s how to find it:
- Have your partner lie on their back.
- Facing your partner, insert one or two fingers into their vagina, as far as it will easily go, fingertip(s) facing upward.
- Crook your finger in a “come hither” motion, and slowly slide your finger toward the end of the vagina, feeling for the change in texture.
- Remember, it’s only 2 to 3 inches inside the vagina.
Tips on Finding the G-Spot
Here are some tips to help you find the G-spot.
- To locate the G-spot, first start off with foreplay. The G-spot grows with sexual stimulation, so it’ll be easier to find if your partner is aroused.
- Be sure your hands are completely clean and your nails are trimmed short and filed smooth. A sharp, jagged nail is never a good feeling!
- Take your time. If you’re having a hard time finding the G-spot, try more foreplay then look for it again.
- Pay attention to your partner’s response. The G-spot is really sensitive, so many women will have a physical reaction (intake of breath, moan, etc.) when it’s stroked. Let your partner know you want them to communicate when they feel a sensitive area.
- Use pressure. Remember, the G-spot is inside the vaginal wall, not on the outside, so it may take some pressure to stimulate it.
- If you’re still having trouble, place the palm of your hand on the mons pubis, adding pressure from that area too.
- Lastly, keep in mind that some women report not being “G-spot sensitive”. All women are unique, so even if your partner isn’t, she should definitely appreciate your effort in the attempt.
Once you’ve found the G-spot manually, stimulating it with your penis is best with maximum erection quality. Definitely check out this article, to get the hardest erections possible —
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