You should have a manual tour of her genital area especially when stimulation be your penis is preferred to your fingers. Given that our genitals are basically bespoke, the better you're acquainted with your partner's specific anatomy, the better the chance you have of taking her to pleasure pastures new.
What exactly is your G-spot?
Few parts of the female body have been debated, explored, and pursued—by men and women—as much as the elusive G-spot. Some experts describe the G-spot as an area of increased sensitivity and erotic pleasure located in the vagina, while others deny its existence entirely.
First, a little background. Ernst Gräfenberg a German physician and scientist were responsible for the name G-spot. In 1950, Gräfenberg wrote about "an erotic zone [that] could be demonstrated on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra," and that "this particular area was more easily stimulated by the finger than the other areas of the vagina." It wasn't until the 1980s, however, that other researchers bestowed his name to the now famous spot.
When a woman is lying on her back G-spot can be found along the inner, front wall of the vagina. "It's a few inches up, about a third of the way, although it varies from person to person," says Dr Berman. Anatomies of women can be different depending on our age, how many babies we've had, and our genetics but relatively all women are same. G-spot is a bit higher generally, but in some cases, it might be a closer to the vaginal opening.
The best way to find the g-spot is with your fingers. To feel G-spot place a finger inside the vagina until you hit the 'end' of the road. Then press up. When you hit gold you will see that the 'roof' should feel slightly spongy, although you may need to gently explore the most sensitive patch. Get her to give you feedback as you do it. When you touch the pleasure zone the first time, she may feel as though she needs to pee. Reassure her that's not going to happen. This sensation that she's likely to need to feel in order to squirt is another wondrous benefit of stimulating the g-spot. Female ejaculatory fluid should not be mistaken for urine.
A woman may be able to feel out her own G-spot by hand, explore the inner wall of the vagina with a finger or two. "It feels a bit rougher, kind of like an orange peel," she says, "and sometimes it can be pulled back in the fold, so you might have to fish around a bit."
While hunting for the G-spot, you may feel uncomfortable stroking or press on the anterior wall, or you suddenly feel with an urgent need to urinate, no need to panic, it's actually normal. Meanwhile, some women touching this area won't feel anything at all. "But for many women, in the context of sexual relations, it's extremely pleasurable," she says.
He made the discovery during post-mortem research (i.e. dissection) on an 83-year-old woman and described a "well-delineated sac structure" on the vaginal wall measuring about 8 millimetres long, 3 MMs thick, and .4 MMs high.
The G-spot may be easier to pinpoint with erotic toys that are angled upward and designed to (literally) hit the spot. Certain sexual positions, like having a woman on top at a 45-degree angle, can also help. "It can be hard to reach it yourself, so I would encourage women to also experiment with toys and with their partners," says Dr Berman.
Some studies have described the G-spot as a "female prostate," suggesting that the area may be similar in structure and function to the male organ located between the penis and the bladder. Both G-spot in a woman and prostrate in man can trigger or contribute to orgasm when stimulated.
There's another notable similarity between men's and women's anatomy in this area, as well. The region often described as the G-spot or G-zone includes two small structures called Skene's glands. These glands produce a fluid that helps lubricate the female urethra and are thought to have some of the same components as the male prostate.
"Upward pressure on the upper curved wall of the vagina puts pressure on these glands," wrote the authors of a 2015 review in Socio-affective Neuroscience and Psychology, "which can result in secretion of fluid that resembles semen." Then again, they added, some of that fluid could also be small amounts of urine: "Ultrasounds have shown that the bladder gets filled. Fluid is squirted during sexual intercourse and contracts in women from the urethra at orgasm.
"There is some anecdotal evidence of women getting these shots and experiencing increased sexual arousal or enhanced orgasms," she says. Sexual response and sexual chemistry have a lot to do with emotion this is what humans are highly suggestive. If these women are paying money for a treatment, they may very well be experiencing a powerful placebo effect."
The question of whether vaginal orgasms and clitoral orgasms should truly be classified as different things is still up for debate in the medical world. "The nerves that convey clitoral sensation are different from the pelvic and vagus nerves that convey vaginal sensation," says Dr Komisaruk, "so it is not surprising that the orgasms that are stimulated by one or the other of these nerves feel different from each other." (He's demonstrated this difference by studying patients with severed spinal cords: Even when these women had no sensation in their clitoris, they could still experience pleasure—and orgasm—through vaginal stimulation.)
You can get a "g-shot" to amplify pleasure
To make the G-spot area larger and thereby enhancing pleasure some doctors and plastic surgeons offer injections of collagen or of stem cells (also called platelet-rich plasma, or PRP). This will make the G-spot area larger and/or more sensitive to touch, thereby enhancing pleasure. But so far, there have been no clinical trials to show that these "G-shot" or "O-shot" procedures actually make a difference, says Dr Berman.
X marks the orgasm
An OA tongue job with added g-spot stimulation is intensely satisfying for most women and will put you on the oral A-list. Use your tongue as per my oral guide, then add in a finger and press gently on the 'roof' as you stimulate her clitoris at the same time with your tongue. An on-touch off technique will drive her to immense pleasure with constant pressure, a stroking motion on the private parts. Vary it and ask her to tell you what feels awesome as you go.
The angle is very important in case if you focus on hitting her g-spot through penetration. A pillow under the bum will help when you're on top to tilt her pelvis and help find what works best for you to work towards common orgasms. Otherwise reverse cowgirl position is a pretty sure-fire g-spot stimulator. She works herself back on you after leaning forwards at 45 degrees to your body. It'll give her the greatest degree of control and ease by which to strike lucky. Stimulation of her clitoris can be achieved simultaneously. Meanwhile, you get a bit of a rest and an incredible view.
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Making her happy doesn't always have to be a mystery. For female orgasm, the clitoris was always considered as the only trigger. It has proved to be very difficult for finding the clitoris for some men. Hence finding the G-spot could be even more difficult as a pleasure spot hidden within the vagina.
Sexologists made this area popular with the name as the "G-spot" in the 1980s. Powerful female orgasm is possible with stimulation of the G-spot, it even produces female ejaculation or squirting.
Woman's G-spot has become the Holy Grail of female pleasuring. This has led to, finding, stimulating and discovering new aspects in the field.
What exactly is the g-spot?
Similar to prostrate there is the bean-shaped, spongy tissue of the paraurethral gland, which is the G-spot. G-spot is actually rough to touch compared to the surrounding tissue and the actual area is only about the size of a quarter. When blood rushes to the erectile tissue organ, it swells up when blood rushes to it -- especially if you learn how to master the woman's G-spot effectively.
Location wise it is just about one to two inches back from the vaginal opening inside the front vaginal wall.
The best way to find the g-spot
While sexually aroused it is much easier to locate the G-spot, this should encourage foreplay in the beginning.
Face the partner while lying on her back and insert your index or long middle finger into her vagina as far as it will easily go to locate. Master the woman's G-spot as defined before. In a ‘come hither ‘motion, crook it up toward yourself, sliding your fingertip along the top of the vagina until you find an area that is rougher than the rest of that vaginal wall. (The fingernails should be clipped short and buffed before you do this. Sharp fingernails will definitely spoil the effort.) Touching the G-spot will cause a woman to react with surprise or pleasure.
Can't find your G-spot? Women should explore their own bodies to find out what gives better pleasure to them. They should acknowledge that not all women feel the same sensations in or around their vaginas—and also they should be able to pinpoint an exact "spot" that feels different from everywhere else.