Finding Your G-Spot
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Finding Your G-Spot

Many women have tried, and failed, to locate their G-spots, so they just give up trying, figuring either it's just too difficult to find or, worse, that they don't have one at all. But you have to keep trying.

It's a fact that lots of women don't even have a clitoral orgasm until they're well into their 20s, 30s or even older, so climaxing from your G-spot isn't such a fairytale after all.

My advice is to never give up because, like most things in life, it'll happen when you least expect it.

The key is to keep going. If nothing else, you're going to discover so much more about your own body on your G-spot journey, and that's never a bad thing.

Finding your G-spot (and it will happen) will simply be the icing on the cake.

Some women think they can only have a G-spot orgasm when the G-spot is stimulated directly, but this isn't true.

For instance, no matter how hard I tried I still couldn't have a G-spot orgasm, even with all my training.

But then one day while I was having anal sex, all of a sudden I began gushing from my G-spot.

At first I thought I had to pee so I went to use the toilet. But then the urge to pee came on again and I realized from all my G-spot training that this was the way you're suppose to feel, so I just let the feeling pass (meaning I relaxed as if I had to pee) and then it happened.

It was the most amazing and intense orgasm ever, it just kept gushing and I kept coming over and over again.

What happened is that when I was having anal sex in the down-doggie, that was putting indirect pressure on my G-spot, in exactly the right spot.

So it was then that I knew I could climax from my G-spot via anal sex.

It won't be the same for everyone, but the point is to keep trying new techniques and ways of having sex to see what stimulates your G-spot, as it might not be the obvious route.

How to find your G-Spot

The G spot is a specific, fleshy button-sized area located up inside the vaginal canal and just underneath your navel.

Every woman has one, but it still needs careful attention and stimulation to 'activate' it - it doesn't just trigger an instant orgasm when touched (unless you're very lucky!.)

To find it, lie down somewhere comfortable like your bed or in the bath, and insert one or two fingers up inside yourself, then 'hook' them back towards your belly button as though you were stroking your insides back and forth.

You should come across a firm but fleshy area which responds when you touch it.

You can also try inserting a G-spot dildo or vibrator, which is specially angled to literally 'hit the spot.'

If you feel comfortable with the idea, you could also ask your lover to insert his fingers or the dildo and help explore inside you until he finds it.

A good clue is if you feel the urge to pee. The G spot is located very close to the urethra, so touching it can trigger that wanting-to-pee sensation. Don't worry, though, as this is unlikely.

What to do with your G-Spot

Once you've located your G spot, spend some quality time stroking and stimulating it.

Explore how long it takes to become fully aroused, and how different techniques give different sensations.

Using a multi-speed G spot vibrator will give you a different experience each time, while letting your lover use his fingers means he's learning about how to pleasure you and it'll bring you closer together.

Just as with the clitoris, once your G-spot is sufficiently aroused, you'll want to orgasm, and I'm telling you that G-spot climaxes can be twice as intense as clitoral ones!

Ejaculating from a G-spot orgasm (often called "squirting") can take time to get used to, as the initial sensation is the same as wanting to pee.

You've got to learn to just let go and let the orgasm happen.

The liquid you release is not pee, it's your female ejaculate.

Having said that, it's always a good idea to empty your bladder before stimulating your G-spot, just to make sure your bladder muscles don't surrender along with everything else as you climax!

Looking after your G-Spot

Keeping your vaginal muscles strong will help your G-spot stay in tip top shape and ensure your orgasms are as powerful as they can be.

Using kegel balls or learning some basic PC muscle exercises (like stopping and starting your pee-flow while you're on the toilet), will keep you tight and make your G-spot more alert and responsive to stimulation.

Enjoying your G-Spot

G-spot stimulation can - and should - be enjoyed as much as possible.

Even if you're single, that's no reason not to get the most from your G-spot.

As mentioned, specialist G-spot sex toys are at the top of their game right now.

Try a dedicated G-spot vibrator or invest in a double or triple vibe to get you off in multiple ways.

Practice with your lover so they can hit your G spot with his cock or strap-on dildo every time, and have them learn how to use G-spot sex toys on you.

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