Wednesday, April 9, 2014

G-spot 101

The g spot (technically called the Grafenberg spot) is often viewed as an elusive magic button to bliss for a woman.  Is it really all that it's cracked up to be?

Let's start with the basics.  Did you know that women have about the same amount of erectile tissue as men?  The urethral opening is directly connected to the g spot.  It is completely wrapped with erectile tissue that puffs up and becomes responsive to pressure (just like guys).  Most women don't have response to simple touch of the inner vaginal walls.  Their response is to pressure of the vaginal walls.

So where is the g spot and how can it be found?  The g spot is located approximately 1 1/4" inside the vagina on the frontal wall.  You can't generally find the g spot if the woman is not sexually aroused.  It starts to puff up with arousal.  It can crinkle up like the roof of your mouth sometimes (but not always).  To find this spot, use two fingers (your index and middle fingers - together or slightly separated) inserted into the vagina and make a 'come hither' motion.  Use firm pressure similar to a deep tissue massage toward the belly button.  Make sure to cut your nails first!

So is the g spot a sure thing to get a woman off?  Nope.  It may or may not work, meaning it may just not be her thing.  Compare g spot stimulation to a foot massage... some people love it, some hate it, and some are neutral.  All of these reactions are perfectly normal.

I'm often asked what type of dildo is best for g spot stimulation.  The more well defined the corona (ridge of head) of a dong, the more g spot connectivity you get.  This is usually achieved on the outstroke (not all the way out or you get air in the vagina, resulting in a queef).  There are also lots vibrators on the market specifically designed for g spot stimulation.  (Some toy reviews will be coming soon!)

So go play and explore... find your g spot and see what you think.  May your explorations be unforgettably wet... 

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