How To Find The G-Spot
Before attempting to find the G-spot, make sure you and your partner are comfortable, relaxed, and both want to explore this.
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3. Explore with Fingers
Insert your finger(s) into the vagina. You may want to start with one or two fingers. Keep checking with body sensations and what feels good.
The G-spot is typically located on the anterior (front) wall of the vagina, i.e. the one closest to your belly rather than your back. It’s about 2 to 3 inches in. It’s often described as having a slightly textured area, but really differs from person to person and the change in feel can be super subtle. It also changes as you become more aroused.
The location of the G-spot differs from person to person.
5. Come Hither
Once your fingers are inside, make a “come hither” motion with your fingers, curling them slightly upward toward the belly button. Only a slight curl, not too crooked The G-spot is often described as feeling slightly rougher or more textured than the surrounding tissue, so really tune into what you can sense and feel.
As you explore, pay attention to any areas that feel more sensitive or pleasurable. Check in with your partner for feedback and adjustments. The G-spot can start off being a really small area that swells and becomes more sensitive when stimulated.
7. Checking in
Throughout the process, communicate with your partner to ensure that you’re both comfortable and that the sensations are pleasurable. Not everyone may find G-spot stimulation enjoyable, so it’s important to respect each person’s preferences and boundaries.
Remember: the G-spot might not be easily noticeable or prominent in all individuals, and some people may not experience heightened pleasure from G-spot stimulation. Each person’s body is unique, and the goal should always be mutual pleasure, comfort, and respect.
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