Ah the Grafenberg spot or, more commonly the the “G-spot.” It’s a confounding mystery for some and an enticing adventure for others. Although you may have heard otherwise, many women report that it does exist and can be the originator of intense and pleasurable orgasms, perhaps even the best you’ve ever had. It does, however, take a little more skill and knowledge to stimulate it.
So where is it? And, assuming yours is undiscovered, how can you find it? So many questions. Don’t worry, I’ve got the answers.
Where is the G-Spot?
The G-Spot is located approximately one to three inches inside the anterior wall of the vagina toward your pubic bone and just in front of the cervix.
How do I find it?
The G-Spot is composed of erectile tissue and swells when aroused; therefore, it is easiest to find when you are sexually stimulated. Begin by sliding one or two fingers inside your vagina about as far as you comfortably can. Bend the fingers a bit in a “come hither” motion so that they are now touching the anterior wall of your vagina. You should feel a puffy patch of tissue right around there. It’s a little rougher than the rest, and is approximately the size of a small walnut. This is the G-spot. (Read more about women’s unique and interesting anatomy in 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Vaginas.)
The G-spot gets a lot of press for being an explosive sexual area. That’s often true, but not for everyone. It’s important to note that not all women find this area erotically pleasurable; in fact, some find stimulation here uncomfortable. This is completely natural. The sensitivity of your G-Spot has a lot to do with your individual body structure, the thickness of your vaginal walls, other physiological differences and even sometimes your age. In fact, some women report intense G-spot orgasms in their 40s, even though they didn’t have them in their younger years, or only found them mildly pleasurable. There are also women who don’t find their G-spot an erotically sensitive spot at all. If, for some reason, this happens to be you, don’t fret; there are plenty of other parts of your body that will be ripe for pleasure. (Want to find them? Start at The 6 Most Underrated Erogenous Zones.)
After you have found your G-spot, congratulate yourself: you’re halfway there! That spongy mound that you’ve found …
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