The G-spot does not seem to exist for some women and it eludes most couples. Also, since most women are happy with regular orgasms they may not be aware that G-spot orgasms exist. But it’s not that hard to find your G-spot, if you know how…
Basic G-spot facts
The G-spot is not a new discovery. It was first noted in the 1940s by German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg (named after the first letter of his surname). Grafenberg noted that the G-spot is a mass of spongy tissue that surrounds the urethra, called the urethral sponge. This area is sensitive because the tissue is full of blood vessels and nerve endings.
Stop asking directions and start exploring
Since Grafenberg’s findings, years of debate have followed with the most often asked questions: Is the G-spot myth or science? Does every woman have one? Is it the key to the ultimate orgasm?
Every woman’s vulva and vagina is different, and the G-spot may be in various locations. Which may explain why some women respond well to certain techniques or positions and others don’t. The best way to find out is to start exploring during sex.
1. Woman on top
This allows you to experiment with the angle that works best for you and you can try leaning back slightly so that your partner’s penis can hit the inner upper wall of the vagina.
2. Doggie style
This position lets the penis target the front of the vaginal wall. For an extra boost you can angle your body down by resting on your elbows.
3. Missionary position
This is a common sex position but you may be surprised to know it is good for G-spot stimulation. Try squeezing your pelvic floor muscles around your partner’s penis. (It also enhances his arousal.)
4. Get playful with sex toys
Try using sex toys designed for G-spot stimulation. They’re generally angled at the tip to target the upper vaginal wall, and can be made of various materials, such as soft silicone, plastic or even glass.
5. Rock it!
Try a gentle rocking motion next time both of you are in the missionary position. This position also provides clitoral stimulation and moves the penis all over when inside the vagina.
Good sex is as much about a mental connection as a physical one. Feeling comfortable with your partner and yourself is what really matters. Enjoy your time in bed and what you find, even if it’s not the G-spot.