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How To Find And Stimulate A Woman's G-Spot

How To Find And Stimulate A Woman's G-Spot

Many people aim to give pleasure to their female by stimulating their G-spot. The only problem is that it’s somewhat difficult to find this allegedly highly erogenous part. How do you find and stimulate the woman’s G-spot? Find out here.

What is G-spot?

Before explaining how to find and stimulate a woman’s G-spot, let’s first understand what it truly is.

While the German scientist Ernst Gräfenberg first introduced the concept of G-spot in the 1940s, it’s existence is still debatable to this day. For instance, a 2012 study found no evidence that G-spot is anatomically present. Many people also believe that a woman’s G-spot is not really a specific part. Rather, it is a zone (perhaps an extension of the clitoris) that gives intense pleasure when stimulated.

Even sexually experienced people have difficulty finding the G-spot. Nevertheless, they still try, hoping to give their partner immense pleasure in the bedroom.

How To Find And Stimulate A Woman’s G-Spot

1. Don’t Skip The Foreplay

Since fingers are often the most effective at stimulating a woman’s G-spot, you should trim your nails first and wash them thoroughly before looking for the controversial erogenous zone.

Then, create the perfect foreplay by kissing and stroking the sensitive areas she likes you to touch most during sex, such as the neck, nape, lips, breasts, and thighs.

Stimulating the sensitive areas arouses women and increases lubrication, an important part of stimulating the G-spot.

2. Find The G-Spot

Now comes the “tricky part.” Since the existence of the erogenous zone is debatable, it follows that there’s no “exact” location. The good news is, there’s a general consensus on where the zone can possibly be.

You see, some women report feeling pleasure and even reaching an orgasm when their partner stimulates the anterior wall of the vagina (3-5 cm deep).

Ask the woman to lie on her back. With your palm facing the ceiling try to reach 3 to 5 cm deep into the anterior vaginal wall. Gently rub your finger on the vaginal wall and then slowly curl your finger in an upward direction. If you’re having trouble getting to a woman’s G-spot, ask her to bring her knees toward her chest to make it easier.

Some people say the spot feels like a little bean-shaped “bump.” because it has more tissues and sensory nerves than the surrounding areas. However, don’t forget that others believe G-spot to be a zone and not an actual “spot.”

3. Stimulate The Erogenous Zone

Once she’s comfortable with your fingers moving through her vagina wall, bend your fingers and rub them very gently with a slow intensity. Then, gradually increase the tempo until she gets excited. At this point, the pleasure she feels may push her to the climax.

Don’t rush. Rushing might negatively affect vaginal lubrication, which might hurt her.

Finally, when stimulating her erogenous zone, gently place your other hand on the anterior pubic area and press slightly. Gentle pressure from the outside can help you stimulate the zone better.

If you still can’t find and stimulate her G-spot, relax. After all, G-spot stimulation is not necessary to give your partner pleasure. There are plenty of ways to intensify your lovemaking.

Keep an open mind and discover your partner’s interests and dislikes. It will also be helpful to ask her directly. What position does she enjoy? Is there a particular bedroom activity or sex game she’s interested in? Of course, don’t forget to tell her what you want.

At the end of the day, remember that sex is not just about having an intense orgasm. What matters is you become physically and emotionally intimate with your partner.

If you have issues or problems with your sexual health, don’t hesitate to consult a healthcare expert.

Learn more about Sexual Wellness here.

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Sources

Where is the G-spot and what does it do?, https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/teens/ask-experts/where-is-the-g-spot-and-what-does-it-do, Accessed December 19, 2021
11 ways to help yourself to a better sex life, https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/11-ways-to-help-yourself-to-a-better-sex-life, Accessed December 19, 2021
What You Need to Know About… the G-spot,https://www.aasect.org/what-you-need-know-about-g-spot-0, Accessed December 19, 2021
Is the G-Spot Real?, https://nwhn.org/is-the-g-spot-real/, Accessed December 19, 2021
G-spot: Fact or Fiction?: A Systematic Review, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S205011612100115X, Accessed December 19, 202

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Written by Hello Bacsi Updated Dec 19, 2021
Fact Checked by Lorraine Bunag, R.N.