The G-Spot. It's real! We'll walk you through what it is, where to find it and how to stimulate it!
The G-Spot. It’s real! Everyone who was born with a clitoris and vagina has a g-spot. And, we can teach you how to stimulate it.
Where is the g-spot?
The urethra is what all humans pee out of. The opening to the urethra is found between the clitoris and the opening to the vagina. In many folks it’s in between the folds of skin near the opening of the vagina. Inside the body, the urethra extends up and attaches to the bladder. Surrounding the urethra is a collection of tissues called the Skenes Gland, or the paraurethral sponge. When someone is turned on, this tissue swells and can be felt through the front wall of the vagina. The G-spot is about one to two inches long.
Does everyone who has a g-spot like having it stimulated?
Nope. Just like anything else, there’s nothing that absolutely everyone likes. There are people who don’t like the taste of chocolate. There are folks who hate apple pie. They could have the best apple pie in the world and still not like it. See where we’re going? Someone could be a G-Spot Stimulating Mistress and if the g-spot owner isn’t down with g-spot stimulation it’s not going to be good for them.
What’s the best way to stimulate the g-spot?
Most g-spots respond best to firm, rhythmic pressure. You can do that with by making a “come hither” gesture with your fingers and moving your fingers back and for the on the g-spot like you’re asking someone to come toward you. You can also try using a toy with a curve. Our favorite g-spotting toy is the nJoy Pure Wand. If you’re having vaginal intercourse, try using shorter strokes and use positions where the tip of the dildo or penis is massaging the front wall of the vagina.
Is there a difference between a g-spot orgasm and a clitoral orgasm?
A lot of folks feel that there is. Often people will describe a clitoral orgasm as being more on the surface of their body and in their brain. Where as a g-spot orgasm is more internal, or deep. Many orgasms are blended – they include stimulation from both the clitoral complex and the g-spot. Because the clitoral complex is far bigger than it appears on the surface and parts of it extend around the opening of the vagina, it's hard to not stimulate both when stimulating the g-spot.