The G-spot

The G-Spot

Despite what you might have heard, every woman does have a G-Spot and can achieve a G-Spot orgasm. But there’s no guarantee that she’ll relax herself to actually have an orgasm. The G-Spot is located near her bladder, so stimulating it can make it feel like she has to pee. This causes many women to tense up, which makes it impossible for them to have a G-Spot orgasm. But for now let’s focus on tracking down the G-Spot and worry about teasing it later.

The G-Spot is located about 2 inches inside her vagina along the top. It has a rough and slightly spongy feel and measures less than an inch in diameter. Its small size explains why the G-Spot can be so hard to find and stimulate properly. But you’ll be able to hunt it down in no time with four simple steps.

  1. Make sure you’re aroused. Blood flow increases to the vagina during sexual stimulation, which makes the G-Spot stand out more prominently.
  2. Insert a finger about two inches deep inside the vagina and then curl it upward – like you’re making a “come here” gesture.
  3. Gently move your finger tip around in an expanding spiral that grows larger and larger until you feel an area that feels thicker and rougher than usual. Some people say it feels similar to the roof of your mouth. If you’re having a hard time finding the G-Spot, try using a sex toy or vibrator with a G-Spot tip. These tips are specially curved to make it easier for you to find the G-Spot. The extra stimulation provided by a vibrator feels a lot better than just a finger too.
  4. After finding the G-Spot, it’s time for the real fun to start. Try rubbing your fingertip in small circle over and around the G-Spot or lightly stroking it with your fingertip – whichever method feels best. You’ll know you’re doing some right if she suddenly has an urge to pee.