The G-spot, like the clitoris, the vagina and the anus, is a part of every woman’s constellation of sex organs. It was named after the sex researcher Ernst Grafenberg who first wrote about its erotic potential. In 1982, the paperback bestseller, The G-Spot and Other Recent Discoveries About Human Sexuality, by Alice Kahn Ladas, Beverly Whipple and John Perry, brought the G-spot and female ejaculation into the national spotlight. Female ejaculators who read the book understood that ejaculation is normal, and women who didn’t ejaculate became curious about it and wanted to learn.
The G-spot, also called the urethral sponge, is the tissue that wraps around the urethra and swells with fluid during sexual arousal. The urethra is the tube through which we urinate, and the vagina and the urethra run parallel to each other inside the body, like little train tracks that are very close together. As the spongy tissue around the urethra fills with fluid, the swelling pushes into the vagina, and can be felt through the vaginal wall. When women ejaculate, it’s the clear, watery fluid that has collected in this tissue that leaves a wet mark on the sheets.
How to Reach G-spot Heavenly Orgasms
Two primary methods have been used to define and locate the G-spot as a sensitive area in the vagina: self-reported levels of arousal during stimulation, and stimulation of the G-spot leading to female ejaculation. Ultrasound technology has also been used to identify physiological differences between women and changes to the G-spot region during sexual activity.
The location of the G-spot is typically reported as being about 50 to 80 mm (2 to 3 in) inside the vagina, on the front wall. For some women, stimulating this area creates a more intense orgasm than clitoral stimulation. The G-spot area has been described as needing direct stimulation, such as two fingers pressed deeply into it. Attempting to stimulate the area through sexual penetration, especially in the missionary position, is difficult because of the particular angle of penetration required.
You can locate the G-spot by using your fingers to explore the vaginal walls.
Mostly they feel soft, smooth and pillowy. On the front wall, the wall closer to the front of the body (on the same side as the belly), you can feel a wrinkly or bumpy area, like the seam where the satiny pillow was sewn together.
There’s no need to deep-sea dive — this tissue is just inside the vaginal opening, about an inch and a half in. When aroused, that’s the area that will swell to somewhere between pistachio and walnut size, and, for many people, becomes a place of intense sexual pleasure.
To begin your explorations, adopt one of the positions that make reaching your G-spot easier. Also, if you start when you’re already turned on, the swelling makes the spot that much easier to find, and being turned on makes it a lot more fun.
How to Find G-spot (Successfully)
To locate it, simply insert a couple of fingers and crook them up then make a motion like “come hither”. The following steps explain self-exploration method, but can be modified for use with a partner.
Here’s secret of easily finding G-Spot
- Relax and have fun
- Use lubricant if vaginal fluid is insufficient
- Masturbate the usual way
- Insert one or two fingers into the vagina
- Crook your fingers up towards the belly
- Make a “come hither” motion
- Press firmly against the roof of the vagina about one-third of the way
- Continue stimulating this area and you should feel a small lump that increases in size
- Combine with clitoral stimulation if desired
If you are hitting the right spot, you may feel the need to urinate. This is because as the G Spot swells it presses against the urethra. This sensation will usually pass.
Sex Positions for G-spot
As per cosmo, woman-on-top is a definite G-spot winner among kamasutra poses. Think about it: When you’re facing your guy yet leaning back at a slight angle, his penis naturally rests against your upper vaginal wall, and even the slightest thrusting means he can easily stimulate your G. Plus, being on top puts you in control of the depth and speed, letting you adjust your guy’s penis so his strokes always hit the spot, says Harel.
Doggie-style one of the sought after kamasutra postures also offers maximum access, especially if you’re lying on your stomach with your legs spread only slightly. “Being on your stomach with your legs close together sandwiches the vaginal walls, so it’s almost impossible for your guy’s penis not to come in contact with your G-spot,” says Herbenick.
And don’t discount missionary position, the most practiced kamasutra pose. Go with this modified version in which you’re on your back with your knees bent and feet resting flat on the bed. Raise your pelvis by propping a few pillows under your butt. Your guy should sit up and enter you so he’s thrusting at a slightly upward angle, which gives his penis access to your upper vaginal wall. “This way, you’ll feel direct stimulation of your G with each back-and-forth thrust,” says Harel.
G Spot Orgasms
If you have orgasms, you’ve probably noticed different kinds. Sometimes they feel like a roar of sexual energy, sometimes like a ripple of satisfaction. G-spot orgasms are like another instrument in the big band of sexual response. There’s no one perfect G-spot orgasm technique.
Women describe their G-spot orgasms as deep, whole-body experiences. They can last longer and can be made up of more and longer contractions than other types of orgasm. Many women say their G-spot orgasms come after a number of little orgasms, when they are as turned on as they can get. Sometimes women discover this by surprise, when they happen to devote a little more time to sex. Some say G-spot orgasms are the most powerful they’ve ever had, and experience them as rolling waves of total sexual release.
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