Are you having trouble locating that ever-elusive G spot? Here’s everything you need to know about G spot stimulation.
In this article:
- Does the G Spot Exist?
- What Is the G Spot?
- Finding the G Spot
- How to Hit the Female G Spot?
- How to Hit the Male G Spot?
Everything You Need to Know About the Female and Male G Spot | Your FAQs Answered
Does the G Spot Exist?
Yes, the G spot exists. Even if it sounds as mythical as the Bermuda triangle, it has been proven based on facts and science.
Don’t fret if you can’t find your partner’s G spot because many women can’t find it on their own, too.
With a little training, research, and practice, it won’t be that hard to hit that spot every time you have sex or masturbate.
What Is the G Spot?
The G spot is an extension of a woman’s clitoris. Many say that it’s a rich erogenous area that helps women achieve orgasm.
It’s about two to three centimeters in on the anterior side of the vagina wall. If you want to find it, try clitoral stimulation from the underside.
Also, one reason the female G spot is hard to find is it does not always provide sexual satisfaction.
Without sexual stimulation, it’s just another part of the vaginal wall. That’s why a trip to the gynecologist doesn’t end up in clitoral orgasm or vaginal orgasm.
If you want to pleasure your partner through hitting the G spot, make sure to stimulate her properly.
Finding the G Spot?
Contrary to popular belief, it doesn’t take an extra-large penis to hit the female G spot. As we said, it’s only two to three centimeters in.
An average-sized penis is more than capable of stimulating it. The challenge commonly lies in the angle and positioning.
Whether you and your partner are using fingers, dildos, other sex toys, or a penis, you can find the G spot as long as you come from the right angle.
How to Hit the Female G Spot?
Finding your partner’s G spot is the most important bit, but knowing how to stimulate it is another thing. Here’s how to bring a woman to climax via G spot stimulation:
When fingering your female partner, don’t mindlessly shove your fingers in like your fishing for loose change stuck in couch cushions. Be gentle and mindful.
- After properly lubricating your partner’s vagina with lube or foreplay, insert one or two fingers with your palms facing upward.
- Slightly curl or crook your fingers upward. The tip of your fingers should hit the anterior of your partner’s vaginal wall.
- Next, you can try rubbing the spot by moving your fingers in a “come on over here” motion.
- Similarly, you can move your fingers in and out of the vagina while constantly hitting the G spot. It all depends on what she prefers, so be sensitive and take note of your partner’s reactions.
The major reason men don’t hit the G spot during penetration is due to the stimulation or penetration angle. Since the G spot is on the anterior side of the vaginal wall, you should penetrate from a position coming from below.
With that in mind, don’t worry about the size of your penis as this anxiety might negatively affect your erection. For example, while doing missionary, you can stack a bunch of pillows under her pelvis, so you can penetrate from a lower angle.
A simple change such as this might just be the stimulation your partner needs to reach orgasm. Feel free to explore different sex positions that hit the same anatomic spot.
3. Dildo and Other Sex Toys
Similar to the penis and fingers, woman to woman sex shouldn’t just be about digging around with a sex toy. Instead, try to come from an angle that hits the upper side of the vaginal wall—that’ll make all the difference.
How to Hit the Male G Spot?
Yes, the male G spot is real, too. Contrary to popular belief, the male G spot isn’t on the tip of the penis.
It’s hidden in a place most men won’t even consider exploring: the anus. Anal play might turn most men off, but you have to keep an open mind if you want to reach new heights of sexual pleasure.
The male G spot is about two to three inches in from the rectum toward the belly.
To hit it, beginners can start by using their fingers—AND make sure they’re clean! Also, remember to take baby steps.
Use plenty of lube and start massaging the perimeter of your (hopefully clean) anus gently.
Once you’ve familiarized yourself with your own G spot anatomy, you can ask your partner for some anal stimulation.
Don’t worry about asking your partner for some anal play. It’s perfectly natural, and you might be surprised how many women are comfortable with it.
This is just a basic guide on how to make a woman orgasm through vaginal stimulation. Whether you’re finding your own G spot or your partner’s G spot, the only way to find it is through exploration and experiment.
Don’t be afraid to try new things with your partner. Remember that constant, open, and honest communication is the key to a healthy, intimate, and long-lasting relationship.
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Editor’s Note: This post has been updated for quality and relevancy.