Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Yep, scientists and researchers still debate over whether or not the G-Spot exists. Some women sing its praises while others remain skeptical. This erogenous zone can be an orgasmic source of pleasure, depending on your own anatomy and sexual preferences. We’ll give you the 411 on what we do know, and let you take it from there!

What’s the G Spot, anyway?

G-Spot is short for Grafenberg Spot, named after German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg in the 1940s. The G-Spot is actually the female prostate gland. Stimulating the spot—with your fingers, during intercourse (best achieved with the woman on top, missionary or doggy style), or with a G-Spot vibrator—can cause intense orgasms for many women.

How do I find it?

The G-Spot is located one to three inches inside the vagina on the anterior vaginal wall, or belly button side. Lie down on your back, and gently insert a finger into your vagina, palm up. Or, ask your partner to use his/her fingers. Make a “come hither” motion, curling your finger upwards. Feel something funny—a spongy, textured spot? That’s it!

How do I pleasure myself, or my partner, using the G-Spot?

Like most things, this is all about trial and error. You have to find what works for you and your partner. During sex, if you’re on top, try to lean backwards to make sure the penis is making contact with your G-Spot. You can also use a G spot vibrator—we have plenty to choose from! The sleek Blush G Slim is great for beginners. If you want to make a worthwhile investment, try the ergonomically-curved, body conforming Silhouette S17.

Can females really ejaculate?

Sure can! You may have heard people call this “squirting,” or “gushing.” Some women release fluid, a.k.a. “prostatic secretions” (we know, those are very un-sexy words), when their G-Spot is being stimulated. There’s still debate over the exact nature of the fluid (pee? not pee? Some people differentiate between squirting and female ejaculation, too), but it usually comes out during or before the big O. 

How can I squirt, or make my partner squirt?

Not everyone squirts, and not all women experience an orgasm as a result. Doing kegels may increase the likelihood that you’ll squirt—our kegel balls can help. You can also use a toy, either on yourself or your partner, to rub the G-Spot in circular motions. Or, have your partner insert his/her fingers inside you, make a “come hither” motion and apply pressure while making small, tight movements. Practice makes perfect—don’t forget the lube!

What do you think: is the G-Spot fact, or figment? What’s your experience with it? Let us know in the comments below! 



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Posted By: Roberta Taylor
Date Posted: 9/23/2015 4:49 PM EST

Ahhh. The elusive G spot. It is hiding with Bigfoot, aliens, and the Loch Ness monster. It does exist. Took me 46 years to find it but better late than never.