Some facts about the female “G- Spot” and how to find it.
It’s technically located on the front side of the vagina, directly below the urethra. But, every woman's is likely in a slightly different place. Some men report feeling engorgement at the site.
You might know what it is and what it does. The G-spot is a part of the vagina that is capable of providing an intense level of pleasure for the woman.
Here are five more facts about this female hot spot.
1. It’s named after a Person.
In the 1950s, a German-born doctor named Ernst Gräfenberg described his discovery of a dense area on the vaginal wall a couple of centimeters wide that was highly sensitive and erogenous. “Scientists love arguing about the G-spot.”
2. There’s no proof it actually exists.
The fact that the G-spot is a definitive thing is a misconception, according to Wasserman. The supposed G-spot is a zone, rather than a spot. It may be the glands surrounding your urethra, which, when stimulated, bring some women to orgasm. Many even report gushing or squirting fluid.
3. Every woman’s G-spot is located in a different place.
If, in spite of all this doubt and unconfirmed evidence, you’re still intrigued and motivated to go after the elusive G-spot orgasm, here’s where to look for it: It’s technically located on the front side of the vagina, directly below the urethra. But, every woman's is likely in a slightly different place. Some men report feeling engorgement at the site. But most partners can’t really feel a difference. Women who aren’t aroused say they feel stimulation of their G-spot as feeling like they need to pee - meaning they found the right spot, but at the wrong time.
4. During sex, your best shot at finding it is through deep thrusting.
You’re likeliest to experience amplified vaginal and G-zone orgasms when there is deep thrusting, when you’re swollen and lubricated. In other words, you’ve got to be turned on already for it to work. Doggy style, legs over his shoulders, even side-by-side thrusting may bring deep sensations—and go for the gold by stimulating the clitoris at the same time.
Here is how to find her G-spot
The controversy surrounding the G-spot comes about because there is no consensus over just what the G-spot is, and while some women can orgasm through stimulation of the G-spot, others find it incredibly uncomfortable.
The female G-spot is not some mythical part of a woman's vagina. It is real and is very capable of showing her a difference between good sex and AMAZING! sex.
Most men have given up on finding this special sweet spot, assuming that it is either a myth or not important. This is sadly the first step to making sure your woman never reaches the point of bliss.
How to find the G-spot
The G-spot lies on the anterior wall of the vagina, about 5-8cm above the opening to the vagina. It is easiest to locate if a woman lies on her back and has someone else insert one or two fingers into the vagina with the palm up. Using a “come here” motion, the tissue surrounding the urethra, called the urethral sponge, will begin to swell.
This swelling area is the G-spot. At first, this touch may make the woman feel as though she needs to urinate, but after a few seconds may turn into a pleasurable sensation.
The G-spot is not a single, distinct entity. Much debate exists in the research field as to just what the G-spot is, and how it can produce orgasm.
The G-spot is located in the clitourethrovaginal complex – the area where the clitoris, urethra and vagina all meet up. There are several structures in this complex that could produce pleasurable sensations when stimulated – the G-spot might reflect the stimulation of just one structure, or multiple structures at once.
You might have been well versed about the clitoris and G-spot being the key to a woman's orgasm, but evidently, there is something we have all been missing.
In a recent study, sex experts have said the Mons Pubis is the place you should be focusing on.
The underrated erogenous zone is the fleshy part of the vagina above the labia, also known as the pubic mound, but most people skip over it during foreplay.
The mons pubis is actually very sensitive to light strokes and harder touches and it can be included in foreplay to maximise her enjoyment.
You can use a range of moves to stimulate the zone.
Simply stroking the pubic area can get your partner going.
Try experimenting with different intensities and tell her to give you feedback on what feels best.
It might sound odd but you can also give the mons pubis a gentle tug with your hands – but don’t be too rough.
Pull on it in a gentle up and down motion to indirectly stimulate the clitoris and labia.
If you’re about to perform oral sex, you can build sexual tension by planting kisses there.