How to Find Your G-Spot

Research reveals that all women have that mysterious little area capable of producing insane orgasms. Even if you haven’t personally experienced its power, you’ve no doubt heard about the G-spot, which is an erogenous zone located inside the vagina that can produce some pretty phenomenal sensations.

But it can also produce some serious frustration because for many women, it can be very difficult to find.

What Exactly is a G-Spot?

There’s some disagreement about the size of the G-spot, as it may range from a ¼” to 2” to 3” along the upper wall of your vagina, about 1” or 2” past your vaginal opening. Located beneath it is highly sensitive tissue that when touched the right way, triggers feelings of sexual euphoria. G-spot sensations have been described by some women as more intense than those they feel via clitoral stimulation — more of a warm, flushing feeling throughout their entire body.

How to Locate Your G-Spot

Lie back and relax, as your first attempt to locate your G-spot can take patience. Start by spreading your legs and bending your knees, so your vagina is open and accessible. With your palm facing up, insert two fingers inside, pressing your fingertips against the center of the upper vaginal wall.

You’re looking for a spongy, puckered, or slightly ridged area, like the roof of your mouth. If after several minutes you haven’t found it, think of a sexual fantasy because when you are aroused, the G-spot fills with fluid, making it swell and become larger. You’ll have an easier time locating it if you are sexually excited.

Continue to experiment on your own with different speeds and pressures. Of course, don’t be surprised if you find yourself closer and closer to orgasm. There’s no reason to hold back — let yourself experience a super-intense G-spot orgasm on your own before you show your partner how to take you there.

Guiding Your Partner To Your G-spot

Have your partner gently slip a finger or two inside your vagina, and then softly feel along your upper vaginal wall. If your partner is having trouble finding the right spot, encourage him or her to kiss you or touch your nipples or outer vaginal zone; remember that the more aroused you are, the more your G-spot will stand out, making it easier to locate.

Also consider placing a few pillows under your butt, which will open your vagina more, providing greater access. Once it’s found, ask your partner to massage it in slow, gentle circles. Try different caresses, such as figure eights or a rapid succession of pulses. The G-spot can withstand a lot of pressure, so you may want to ask your partner to press harder.

One G-spot touch technique to try is tapping. Have your partner use just the tip of his or her finger to tap firmly and repeatedly on your G-spot. There’s a biological reason for why this feels so great – the most intense moments of touch along any body part are usually the first few seconds. By tapping, it’s as if your partner is touching your G-spot for the first time over and over again, building waves of sensation that can culminate in a mind-blowing climax.

Practice Makes Perfect

Practice makes perfect, and that’s especially true when it comes to your G-spot. The more you stimulate it and include it in your sexual repertoire, the easier it’ll be to achieve G-spot nirvana.

Besides having more sex, you can deepen the sensations you feel by regularly doing Kegel exercises. Repeatedly doing Kegels will strengthen your vaginal muscles, giving you a tighter grip during intercourse that helps add more pressure to your G-spot. (Read more about them here.)

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