Tabuu Wrap-up: Stimulating your G-spot can lead to incredibly intense orgasms. But first, you have to hunt it down. Here’s how!
The Grafenberg spot, most commonly known as G-spot, remains a mystery for many. But for the people who have found it, it’s an incredible adventure every time they play with it. There are those who don’t even think it exists, but many people have found it and they say it produces the best, most intense orgasm they’ve ever had. The question is not whether or not the G-spot exists, but how to find it. It definitely takes skill and knowledge not only to locate the G-spot but also to stimulate it, which is what we’ll be discussing today!
Where Is the G-Spot?
Once you know where the G-spot is, it’s not difficult to find and stimulate it. So, let’s get that out of the way! The G-spot can be found exactly 3 inches in the vagina’s anterior wall, in the direction of the pubic bone, and right in front of the cervix. Of course, if you’re not familiar with your sexual organ that sounded like gibberish. If that’s the case, a little anatomy lesson about the vagina would be a good place for you to start.
How Can I Find the G-Spot?
The G-spot is made of erectile tissue, which means it swells when it’s aroused. That’s why the easiest way to find it is when you’re already turned on. What you want to do is start by sliding one or two fingers into your vagina. Go as far as it’s comfortable for you and then slightly bend them in a “come here” motion. When you do that, you’ll be touching the anterior wall of the vagina. This is where you should feel a puffy kind of tissue. It’s rougher than the rest and the size of a small walnut. Congrats, you’ve found your G-spot!
If you know anything about this special hotspot, you know it’s supposed to be an explosive erogenous area. And that’s true, it’s just not true for everyone. Not all women find G-spot stimulation to be pleasurable. In fact, some find it uncomfortable. So, go in with this in mind! If you happen to dislike it, just know that’s completely normal and there’s nothing wrong with you.
Whether your G-spot is sensitive or not will depend on the structure of your body, how thick your vaginal walls are, other physiological aspects, and even your age. Some women say when they were younger the sensation was very mild, and in their 40s their G-spot orgasms got very intense. There are some women who don’t feel anything at all. So keep all this in mind… if your G-spot doesn’t happen to be pleasurable, there are many other erogenous zones in your body to discover!
How to Have a Ton of Fun With Your G-Spot
Once you find your G-spot, pat yourself on the back! You’re finally halfway there. Now that you know where the spongy hotspot is and it’s ripe for stimulation, now it’s time to play with it. Luckily, there are many different toys available that are designed for G-spot stimulation with a curved or angled design that makes things a lot easier. However, you don’t have to get a toy if you don’t want to (though I don’t see why not!). You can still stimulate your G-spot with your fingers or even your partner to rub it out.
Consistent movement and firm pressure in this area is recommended, but don’t be afraid to explore and try different things. Remember everyone is different and we all respond to different stimuli, so your job is to find what works for you.
The G-spot is super close to the urethra, so while you’re playing with it you may feel like you need to go number 1. But don’t worry, you won’t! However, you might squirt or ejaculate some fluid from the urethra when you come. This is not urine even though it comes from the bladder, so don’t freak out. In fact, it’s not possible to urinate and ejaculate fluid at once, so don’t worry about it and just enjoy yourself.
How to Achieve Your Orgasm Goals
Most of the information available about the G-spot mainly comes from personal reports and it’s tricky because all women are very different, especially when it comes to sexual stimulation. For some people, the G-spot is the most sensitive and pleasurable spot in the body. It leads to multiple orgasms and it can be very addictive. For others, it doesn’t feel like anything at all or they only feel a mild sensation, not enough to orgasm. It doesn’t matter in which category you end up in, exploring your body and your pleasure is half of the fun.
To stimulate your G-spot, you need to spend a lot of quality time with yourself and figure out what feels good. Also, you should consider getting a sex toy that will help you stimulate your G-spot. I recommend you get a G-spot vibrator because it will provide intense stimulation and it will make things a lot easier.
You can also stimulate your G-spot during partnered sex, in positions such as doggy-style and others. You want to start with a position that’s comfortable for both of you, and then you can experiment with more complex positions. Also, don’t forget to get aroused and turn on your engines well before you start to stimulate your G-spot because it will allow you to have more fun.
If you’re too in your head about your G-spot and you’re not relaxing, you should try using a clitoral vibrator at the same time you stimulate your G-spot. Firing up all those nerves could be exactly what you need to get things going and to wake up your G-spot. If you’re doing this with a partner, you could ask them to have a clitoral orgasm before G-spot stimulation.
Whatever method you decide to go about your G-spot stimulation, remember you must relax. Relaxing is actually key to any sexual stimulation you want to try. Masturbation and sexual exploration are all about being along with your body and express your self-love. For your body to warm up to different sensations, you need to be in the mood.
So, let go of everything else, leave the outside world out the door, and focus on yourself and your pleasure. If you do this, it doesn’t matter if you get a G-spot orgasm or not, you’ll still have a great time. Ultimately, that’s what matters the most!