People...there's this thing. You might not have heard of it. It's pretty underground...It's called the G-Spot.
Fun fact: The G stands for Gräfenberg, after Ernst Gräfenberg, a German gynaecologist. Because those Germans knew how to make gynaecology fun!
Now here’s the thing about g-spots; it’s actually pretty hard to talk about them without making some people very angry. There’s still a bit of contention in the scientific community as to whether or not it actually exists. I would postulate that most of the people disputing its existence have never actually owned a vagina, but hey, that’s just like my opinion, man.
Part of the reason it’s a bit of fraught issue is that, while many vagina owners report having spectacular orgasms as a result of g-spot stimulation, there are also a significant number of them who remain unable to find this holy land of the vag. If the g-spot does exist, many professional sexologists are concerned that people who are unable to achieve orgasms through internal stimulation alone, will view this as a form of sexual dysfunction. If the g-spot doesn’t exist, well the question is why the hell does that particular spot happen to feel so fucking amazing on such a significant percentage of vaginas.
But let’s operate under the assumption from here on out that the G-spot is in fact a scientific certainty and that there will be no further conflict on earth ever again. Huzzah!
Now, comes the tricky part. Finding the damn thing. Because the g-spot is sneaky like hobbitses. It’s easiest to imagine it this way; picture where a clitoris is, now imagine where the back of the clitoris would be, on the inside. So if you were to stimulate this manually, you would want to insert a finger and crook it towards the clitoris in a “come hither” fashion…and come hither you should, because g-spot stimulation is the most fun you can have outside of a roller derby.
It's important to remember that the g-spot is notoriously elusive. One thing that can help draw it out is direct and intense clitoral stimulation. If digital stimulation (read: rubbing your fingers furiously across your clit) isn't doing the trick, try a clitoral vibrator. But if you can't find it, or if it's not really feeling as amazing as you'd anticipated, that's okay. Not every g-spot is made equal; some will be more pronounced than others, and some will be more sensitive than others. Just keep exploring and if fingering the g-spot isn't working, don't be afraid to try toys.
Remember how we were saying that you want a kind of "come hither" shape to hit that sweet spot? Well when you're looking at toys, that's going to translate to a fairly intense curve. The harder it curves inwards, the more likely it’s going to be to hit the right spot. And because I'm fucking considerate, here's a review of a toy that does EXACTLY that!
Kink.com actually ran a live sex-ed class featuring the g-spot. Sadly I don't think this is the kind of thing we would be able to replicate in Australia, outside of maybe a brothel. But if you're interested in getting to know your g-spot better, I recommend that you purchase yourself a speculum and go spelunking in your rose-wet cave.
So there you go, dear readers, your introductory guide to the g-spot. I hope this has helped you in your endeavour to enjoy or provide explosive orgasms. And if all else fails, remember...
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