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The G Spot explained. Everything there is to know about the male and female g spot and erogenous zones. G spot orgasms, stimulation, how to find it and other gspot facts.

What is the "G" Spot?

The G-Spot is is an area sensitive to stimulation inside the vagina and is the focal point of female sexual arousal, adding pleasure and new sensations.

Unlike men, women can orgasm several different ways:

  • clitoral
  • vaginal
  • G-Spot stimulation

Existence of the G-Spot

The G-spot is named after Ernst Grafenbergts discoverer who first put forth information regarding this area. Although some doubt remains as to its existence many women have felt intense pleasure by stimulating the sensitive area about 5cm/2 inches inside the vagina towards the front of the body.

The G-spot is said to be the female equivalent of the male prostate gland. Some women have even found that they ejaculate a fluid if they have an orgasm by stimulation of the G-spot, and researchers in Canada and the United States claim that the composition of the fluid is remarkably similar to the secretion of the prostate gland.

There are vibrators designed for g-spot penetration, one such vibrator is the Magic Wand Vibrator by Hitachi. The magic wand G-Spotter attachment is sold seperately.

The G-spot, anatomically, is the area beneath the urethral sponge. This would certainly at least partially explain its role in female ejaculation. It also sheds light on why G-spot stimulation makes some women feel like they have to pee when they really don't (though it HAS been shown that female ejaculate is NOT urine).

So, since every woman has a urethral sponge, every woman has a G-spot. The only question is whether (#1) she likes having it stimulated and (#2) whether someone has used the proper technique and sufficiently firm pressure on it so that it IS being stimulated. When surveys show that a large percentage of women claim not to enjoy/notice G-spot stimulation, I personally suspect that it is often through concern #2 rather than from concern #1. That's purely speculative, of course; I have no data to back up that assertion. But anyway, try what I'm describing with some friends of yours and see what you think.

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G-Spot Location

The G-Spot is a bean shaped mass of nerve tissue located about halfway between the back of the pubic bone and the top of the cervix. The size and location of the G-Spot will vary from woman to woman, but it is usually about the size of a quarter, and lies 2 to 3 inches inside the vagina directly behind the pubic bone. Women sometimes cannot find their own G-spot

G Spot Picture  (Image Credit: Minou)

A technique for finding the G-spot is:

  • Your partner lies down, knees bent and feet flat on the bed with a small pillow under her buttocks.
  • Insert the length of your lubricated fingers into her vagina towards her navel about 2 inches inside the vagina.
  • Press with one or two fingers against the front wall of her vagina applying a little more pressure than usual, as the G-spot is surrounded with tissue and is deep in the vaginal wall.
  • Move your fingers from side to side. Get your partner tell you when you you stimulate the right spot. It will swell and firm like the erectile tissue in a penis.

There are vibrators designed for g-spot penetration.

Safe Sex and the "G" Spot

To be completely safe with manual stimulation:

  • Wear gloves that fit you properly (the best gloves to use are latex gloves as vinyl feels terrible)
  • Always use water-based lubricant as oil based lubricants break down latex and can provoke vaginitis when used in the vagina. Appropriate lubricants are sold here.

Basic Hygiene

  • make sure your fingernails are cut short and are clean (in monogamous, infection free relationships)
  • use latex gloves with short fingernails (in casual or infected partner relationships)
  • if long fingernails are essential for any reason (fashion, music, etc.) place cotton balls around your fingernails and wear latex gloves over them
  • use liberal amounts of water-based lubricant and wash hands thoroughly with hot soapy water afterwards

Stimulation of the G-Spot

How To Do

  • Rear-entry/doggy position is best during intercourse to stimulate the G-Spot as the penis presses against the front wall of the vagina, particularly with the man on top and a pillow beneath hips.
  • To directly stimulate the G-spot lay your partner on her back and kneel between her legs using the thumb of your other hand to gently stimulate her clitoris. At the same slowly insert two fingers as far as is possible and comfortable into the vagina and rub against the bottom of the vaginal opening, pressing upward with the tips of your fingers until you are touching her G-Spot. Move your fingers from side to side exerting pressure upwards. If the fingers are pointed more sharply upwards you can rock forwards and back in a circular motion with consistent, firm pressure along the entire length of the vaginal walls.
  • Thrust your hand in and out simulating a penis intercourse style then exert pressure upwards when withdrawing so that the G-spot is involved.
  • The woman's pleasure is increased if you lick your partners clitoris and stimulate her G-Spot at the same time.

Another method is:

  • The woman lies on her belly with her legs spread apart and her hips slightly raised.
  • Insert your fingers with your palm down, into her vagina and explore the front wall.
  • The woman moves her pelvis to make contact with your fingers.
  • When the woman becomes very aroused, slip the other hand under her abdomen above her pubic hairs and slowly press.

While stimulating the G-spot you can use your other hand to:

  • hold her tenderly
  • run your hands over her body
  • touch and squeeze her breasts and nipples
  • run your fingers through or grab her hair
  • hold her hands above her head
  • massage or penetrate the anus (always use a lubricated latex glove)

Your partner can:

  • suck your fingers
  • run her fingers through or grab your hair
  • touch and squeeze your breasts and nipples

More G-spot Information

  • Most women need firm pressure to the front of the vagina, quick rhythm and friction to have a G-Spot orgasm.
  • The bladder should be emptied before lovemaking as some women get a feeling to urinate when the G-Spot is first stimulated.
  • The woman may ejaculate a small amount of white or clear fluid when she has an orgasm after the G-Spot is stimulated which is similar to the liquid in the prostate gland.
  • Smooth, round beads can be placed in the fingertips of the gloves to provide more intense sensations when the hand is inserted into the vagina.
G-Spot Techniques On Men

Many of the g-spot techniques work in a similar fashion on men when performed anally. The Prostate Gland in males is situated about 5cm/2 inches up the rectum towards the front of the body. The stimulation of the Prostate Gland can cause and intensify orgasms.

How To Do

  • Stimulate the prostate gland with the fingers a few inches inside the anus by pressing towards the penis.
  • The prostate gland feels like a little dome and men enjoy it being palpated.


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