Do you truly understand the world of G spot stimulation?
The G-spot is quite a controversial topic of conversation. Named after a German gynaecologist,
Ernst Gräfenberg , this elusive part of the female anatomy has had people questioning it for decades. Does it even exist? If you were to ask a medical
professional, many of them would say that it doesn't. It may not be a place you can identify with the naked eye, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist. I believe the G-spot is a real erogenous zone, capable of delivering extreme pleasure. Why do I think
that? Because I have one, and boy oh boy does it feel good!
Where can I find it?
Finding the G-spot is actually really straightforward. Exploring inside the vagina with lubed-up fingers, you'll
usually find it about 2 to 3 inches up on the interior wall, towards the belly button. When fully aroused, the area will enlarge to the size of about a 10p coin, and will feel slightly different to the surrounding tissue. You'll know you're in the right
spot when you can rub the area and experience a strange or different sensation to that of the rest of the vaginal canal.
Do all women enjoy G spot stimulation?
As with most sexual practices, not everyone likes the same thing, and so some women gain no real enjoyment from stimulation in this area. Many women
though, just haven't explored the possibilities of G spot stimulation enough to realise its potential. It's not an area that you touch and immediately find that you're screaming, "OMG this feels amazing". It takes patience and perseverance to
get real pleasure from the G-spot, as it often requires firm and fast pressure to allow an orgasm to build. Even if you can't directly orgasm from G spot stimulation, it is undeniable that you're increasing the blood flow to the area, which will heighten
arousal and make everything feel much better below the belt. It's my belief that the G spot is actually directly linked to the clitoris; maybe it's where all of those lovely nerve endings originate? Imagine leaving all o f that pleasure potential
untouched? It would be such a waste!
Orgasms and squirting
Orgasms are highly personal moments of magic. What works for me won't necessarily work for you, and vice versa. A G-spot orgasm is certainly different to a clitoral
orgasm, and in my opinion they are definitely worth the effort. If you master the art of a combined orgasm, congratulations! You've unlocked a whole new level of pleasure! Rabbit vibrators are a fantastic way for many women to enjoy
clitoral and G spot stimulation simultaneously. The firm and unyielding shaft delivers the pressure needed, and the vibrations are a welcome added bonus! Some will work better than others; it's just about finding one that fits your
internal anatomy perfectly. Many believe G-spot stimulation is the key to being able to squirt. First-time squirters are often surprised when hard and prolonged action on the G-spot causes the urgent sensation of needing to pee, followed by a monumental
gush of sexual fluid.
There are some positions that are generally better for G-spot fun, such as doggy or reverse cowgirl, but because everyone's anatomy is slightly different,
you'll most likely have to experiment to find how best to hit your sweet spot. The length of the penis, fingers or toy that you're using, as well as the exact position and depth of the G spot will all factor in to what works best for you. Simply using a
pillow to adjust the hips and alter the angle of penetration can make a huge difference.
One thing is for certain, it's a whole heap of fun trying new things and exploring the body and what it can do. Dive in, enjoy the process
and you never know, you might just hit the spot!