gspot orgasm

Like unicorns and bigfoot, many people think that the G-spot orgasm is nothing more than a myth. If you’ve never been on the giving or receiving end of one, it might seem like an elusive experience dreamed up by the media to sell magazines. This couldn’t be further from the truth.

While it’s true that not everyone can achieve orgasm through stimulation of the g spot alone, stimulating this region can help to intensify your orgasm. If you notice your orgasm is stronger when your partner penetrates you from behind, this could be the reason.

So, what are the secrets of the G-spot orgasm?

We’ve only been talking about the G-spot since the 1950s. It was first described by German gynaecologist Ernst Gräfenberg, although there had been chatter around the subject as far back at the 17th century. Gräfenberg was the first to describe the area and it was named after him as a result.

Where is the G-spot?

The G-spot is a small patch of flesh located around 2 or 3 inches inside the vagina on the front of the vaginal wall (closest to the bellybutton). The texture of the skin in this region is slightly different, and when aroused, this area becomes raised, plump or ridged. It’s only about the size of a 10 pence piece.

Research suggests that the G-spot is part of the urethral sponge, which is the fleshy tissue surrounding a woman’s urethra. It is thought that it becomes swollen when a woman is aroused to prevent her from peeing during sex. Others have suggested that the G-spot is actually just the tip of the iceberg of a wider network of pleasure nodes.

Whatever the tissue actually is, there’s no shortage of anecdotal evidence that many women feel intense pleasure when this magic spot is stimulated. Some even swear by the G-spots magical abilities to trigger female ejaculation or squirting.

How can I help my partner find it?

Communication is the key to exploring something new in the bedroom. Your partner will love that you’re up for trying new things, and exploring your body is a great way to build intimacy in a relationship. Your partner can locate your G-spot using a finger or a sex toy.

All of the sex blogs will tell you to try a “come hither” motion, experimenting with speed and pressure. Remember to give your partner reassurance and feedback, as this is something that might be new to both of you. It might feel usual before it starts to feel good. Everyone is different, so don’t worry if you don’t find it pleasurable right away.

For some women, G-spot stimulation is enough to lead them to climax, while others work G-spot stimulation into penetrative sex and clitoral stimulation for a deeper orgasm. Explore and figure out what works best for you.

What if it doesn’t work for me?

While some women report having intense, deeply pleasurable orgasms with G-spot stimulation, it doesn’t work for everyone. Some women find the sensation more distracting or annoying than anything else. If it’s not working for you, don’t be afraid to say so. There’s nothing wrong with you or your anatomy.

A common complaint from women is that their partner has hinted that a previous sexual partner was able to orgasm or squirt, and they feel inadequate in comparison. Make sure you let your partner know that these types of comments are unwelcome and unhelpful. No one likes to be compared to a previous conquest in the bedroom, so make sure your focus is on the here and now.

Which toys can help?

When choosing a sex toy to help stimulate your G-spot look for something that is curved and flexible. Anything too rigid might make it difficult to find the right spot. Our range of G-spot vibrators is vast and diverse, offering something for everyone. Look for something with a textured tip if you want to really tip things over the edge. This Eden Ripple Silicone G-Spot Vibrator is perfect. 

If a full vibrator is too intimidating, you can try something smaller like the Neon Sexy G-spot Snuggler. This compact little pocket rocket delivers powerful vibes through the thumb-shaped tip.

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