How to find a woman's G-spot

How to find a woman’s G-spot

How to find a woman’s G-spot.

If this is a myth for some people, the existence of the G-spot is definitely proven by science.

Indeed, to find it would be a quest without hope according to some guys while others boast of knowing how to find it easily.

In some women, stimulation of the G-spot can cause a powerful vaginal orgasm, largely different from clitoral orgasm.

Let’s head over to the G-spot!

Locate it!

The G-spot lies in the inner wall of the vagina, about 3 or 5 centimeters from the entrance.

It looks like a small bump about half a centimeter in diameter and grows as the excitement increases.

Located between the cervix and the pubic bone, the G-spot can be found by inserting two fingers inside the vagina and then bending them in a hook to the navel.

However, each woman has her own anatomy, so its exact location may vary from woman to woman.

The best way to find it is to effectively stimulate the whole area of this zone to be able to feel the G-spot when it swells, the latter being made up of erectile tissue.

Stimulate it!

Besides your fingers, your penis is also an effective tool to stimulate and seek the G-spot.

With slow movement back and forth, you can locate this highly erogenous area.

This will constitute an erotic game that will spice up your sex life.

As with many things, to achieve vaginal orgasm from a G-spot stimulation, it takes a bit of training, so you have to practise first to be good in bed.

Diversify the pleasures!

Once the G-spot is located, each couple stimulates it in their own way.

Some prefer to excite it by a slow penetration before moving on with deeper and fiery penetrations.

Others, on the contrary, proceed in the opposite direction, in order to finish in a gentle manner.

In addition, there are positions which clearly favor the stimulation of the G-spot.

Generally, in sexual positions where the woman straddles the man or when the man is behind the woman (doggy style), the erogenous zones that are located in the front of the vagina are particularly awake.

These sexual positions allow to reach both the clitoris and the G-spot.

All you have to do is to get to work to find it, you can read other sex tips to be good in bed on Vanessa Flores website: Tobegoodinbed.

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