G is for G-Spot: How To Locate It

 

The G-spot, also called the Grafenburg spot after German gynecologist Ernst Grafenburg, is an erogenous area of the vagina that when stimulated can lead to powerful orgasms and potential female ejaculation (or squirting.)

The G-spot is so elusive that many women don’t even believe they have one. When British researchers asked 1800 women if they had a G-spot only 56% said they did. Though the G-spot has been a topic of debate for many years in the medical and scientific community it has now been proven in the Journal of Sexual Medicine that yes, every woman does possess this anatomical pleasure point.

The G-spot is often referred to as the female prostate because the tissue surrounding it has the same chemical make-up as the male prostate and in some cases can cause a female to ejaculate when stimulated. I personally have experienced a G-spot orgasm and it is unlike any other and was even more intense than a clitoris orgasm for me and I do in fact squirt when my G-spot is stimulated.

The main problem in having a G-spot orgasm for many women is figuring out where exactly the G-spot is. Locating the G-spot can take a little time and patience and be done alone or with the help of your partner but however you decide to venture on this journey here are some tips on how you can locate it:

Lie back, bend your knees and spread your legs, your vagina should now be open and accessible. With your palm facing up, place two fingers inside your vagina, placing the tips of your fingers against the center upper vaginal wall. “You’re seeking a spongy, puckered, or slightly ridged area, like the roof of your mouth,” explains Celeste Hirschman, assistant professor at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.

If you are having little success at first try relaxing more and becoming more aroused. If you are searching with a partner try some other forms of foreplay like kissing or stimulating your clitoris or nipples. When you are aroused the G-spot fills with fluid making it larger and easier to find. Since the G-spot is located so close to the urethra one sure sign you have located it is you may feel like you have a sudden need to pee. This will pass.

Good hunting and once you find your magic button try different pressures and stroking positions. There are many sex toys available for G-spot stimulation and don’t forget to try different angles and positions as well while having intercourse. Doggie-style and cowgirl are good positions for possible G-spot stimulation as is adding a few pillows under your butt so that the penis is entering and penetrating at an angle during missionary.

 

 

 

 

 

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