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Updated 05 November 2013

Stimulating the G-spot

Stimulation of the G-spot can greatly increase pleasure. Here is how to find it and how you could stimulate it.

The G-spot was named after a researcher called Grafenberg, who first located the spot inside a woman's vagina. It's a sensitive area just inside the front wall of the vagina, between the back of the pubic bone and the cervix.

  • All women have G-spots. About 50% find stimulation of it pleasurable. The G-spot is on the top wall of the vagina, about 2 to 3 inches inches from the vaginal opening.
  • Some women can ejaculate from G-spot stimulation.
  • You may not orgasm the first time you play with it. It can take a few weeks to find exactly what you like.
  • Reach the G-spot by posing your hand in a come hither motion.
  • If you have long fingernails, make sure to clip them before entry.
  • Once inside, rest your fingertips on the slightly ridged area just behind the pubic bone and press upwards lightly.
  • Move your fingers subtly until you start to feel a small bean-shaped swelling.
  • Many women claim it is easier to have multiple G-spot orgasms than clitoral ones. Each one often makes the next feel even better.
  • Use one hand to stimulate your G-spot and the other to massage your clitoris at the same time.
  • Vary the pressure, speed, and pattern of movement. Try moving your fingers side to side or in small circles.
  • Point your fingers more sharply upwards and rock them forward and back.
  • G-spot vibrators can help you find the spot quickly and stimulate it pleasurably.

Position for pleasure

  • Have your partner stimulate your G-spot with his or her hand while performing cunnilingus.
  • Ask your partner to use his or her thumb to rub your clitoris, and the first two fingers to simultaneously stimulate the G-spot.
  • During intercourse, the head of the penis can rub the G-spot as it withdraws from thrusting, or during partial thrusting at the vaginal opening.
  • Intensify G-spot orgasms by strengthening your pubococcygeal muscle with Kegel exercises.
  • Women on Top and Rear Entry are particularly good positions to stimulate the G-spot during intercourse.

Adapted from www.libida.com

(Picture: sexy couple in bed from Shutterstock)

 
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