Hit the G-spot
What is the G spot?
The G-spot is a spot between the back of the clitoris and the urethral sponge that is sandwiched between the front wall of the vagina and at the back of the clitoris. The small nub that you can feel if you’re aroused, is the tissue around the urethra. Stimulating that spot can lead to an intense orgasm. The part of the clitoris that is visible externally - the magic nub that we all know and love - is merely the tip of the iceberg. The clitoris is part of a 3 to 8 cm long organ in the vagina, comparable to the prostate of a man. It is, therefore, quite logical that there are women who experience extra pleasure through stimulation of the G-spot.
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Where can I find the G spot?
The question for many women and proud owners of a vulva is often how to find this spot in the first place, let alone enjoy it. It’s important to find your G-spot first, before you can get pleasure from it. The G-spot is a small, ridged, sensitive, and spongy spot in the vagina towards the abdominal wall, which fills with fluid when you get excited. This can cause a woman to squirt - losing fluid during ejaculation.
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But it’s by no means possible for everyone to find their G-spot at once, and not everyone finds stimulating the G-spot as pleasurable. We advise you to feel around and explore. Because, just as with the clitoris, touching the area when you’re not aroused can feel less pleasant than when you’re excited.
Tip: You are able to find this spot by making a “come here” motion with your finger. Does touching your G-spot feel overwhelming, then try the ‘doggystyle’ position. It is claimed that the G-spot is best stimulated using this position. You can also use a vibrator or a dildo and a good lube to stimulate everything down there as effectively as possible. If you stimulate the G-spot more often, the chances of a more intense orgasm increases.
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