HOW TO FIND YOUR G-SPOT

You’ve most probably heard of the G -spot and how it’s the “key” to achieving explosive orgasms.
The G-spot is one of the most debated areas when it comes to women’s sexual health but the G-spot most definitely exists and is absolutely accessible.

How can you find it?

Locating the G spot is much easier through self-exploration.

First, you need to know where to look. The G-spot is located between your pubic bone and the front of your cervix, about two inches into the vaginal opening on the front wall of your vagina (the one closest to your stomach, not your back).

But how, exactly, do you find your G-spot?

Make sure you are aroused before you embark on your g-spot finding mission. When you are aroused, more blood rushes to your pelvic region, and the g-spot becomes raised (like a small bump) and easier to find.

Insert a well-lubricated finger two to three inches upward, curving the finger and then rocking it towards the belly button.” If you’re playing with a partner or a toy, you can also enter the vagina from behind; just keep the pressure pointing towards your belly button.

When you touch your G-Spot, it will feel slightly different from the rest of your vagina. It mostly feels like the top of your palate in your mouth but softer. So it should feel bumpy and slightly rigid to touch.

Once you find it, massage the spot with different strokes and varying pressure to find out the kind of touch that feels best.

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You can use a curved non-vibrating sex toy if you’re struggling to find the G-spot with your fingers, or just want more pressure than your fingers can produce.

If you’re hoping to experience G spot stimulation during sexual intercourse, there are certain sex position that works best like doggy, cowgirl leaning backward and the closed missionary.

However, it’s important to say that not all women enjoy g-spot stimulation but it’s absolutely worth a shot to find out where you stand on g-spot stimulation.

Cheers to more G-spot pleasure!

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