It is important to start with that the G-spot is not an actual part of your anatomy. There have recently been studies in which researchers tried to clarify the G-spot and its part of human anatomy clinically, but it fell flat.
However, studies have shown that the G-spot is part of your clitoris network. This means that when you stimulate the G-spot you actually stimulate a part of the clitoris, which is more widespread in the body than one might think. The small pea-shaped part on the top of the vagina, which you normally call "clitoris", is just the top of the clitoris and is divided into two "roots" which can be up to 10 cm long.
In addition, the area's distribution and location can vary from woman to woman, which explains why it can often be difficult to find the right one. But when the "right area" is stimulated, the G-spot can provide such intense stimulation that it causes female ejaculation (syringe gas) and thus help women reach vaginal orgasm.
How can you find it?
Finding the G point can be difficult, especially since there is no map of the human body and that it is partly individual. It does not mean that it is impossible. Instead of searching for it during partner sex, it is easier to find the G-spot through self-exploration.
If you want to find your G-spot, start by relaxing. As you explore your body, do what is best for you. When you feel ready, begin massaging the opening to your vagina before inserting your fingers or a sex toy. Lubricants can be a good tool to reduce friction.
Then lift your fingers or the toy up towards your navel in a "come here" movement. Most often, the G-spot is somewhere in the area where you feel an edge inside the vagina. Remember that there is no button you are looking for, but try to find the area that feels best for you. The feeling also depends on the type of movement and how much pressure you use. Dare to try your hand, what you enjoy is individually for you! Repeat the movement as the sensation builds up, and instead of an in-and-out movement, you want to continue stimulating the area you found.
Like other erogenous zones, preferences can vary from person to person. So remember that there is no right or wrong way to have orgasm. Not all women feel satisfaction through G-spot stimulation, and that is actually quite ok.
Masturbation is perfectly normal and it can also be a healthy part of a relationship. By taking the time to explore your own preferences, you can use that knowledge and experience to instruct your partner about what you like most when you have sex together. So one can see self-exploration as a key to a healthy relationship with one's partner. Yeey!
The best sex positions to stimulate the G-spot
If you hope to experience G-spot stimulation during penetrative sex, there are certain sex positions that work better than others. Try positions that give you a little more control over your movements so you can find out what types of stimulation you like most.
Suitable sex toys
Finding a sex toy that is right for you to stimulate the G-spot is not easy. It is highly individual what you like and don't like. But there are sex toys that are specially designed for G-spot stimulation and these have a greater chance of success. Often they have a bend at the end and a slightly bulbier part which makes it easier to access the area. Some also prefer vibrators. But when you explore to find your areas, it is easier to succeed with a fixed bent dildo.
Find what works for you
One limitation that is often found for women is that it is believed that it should be in a certain way, that "everyone else makes it so easy and gets to it so quickly" and that there is still some shame about sex, which in itself can make it more difficult to achieve female orgasm and sexual satisfaction.
Don't be afraid to take care of your sex life and find what you want. If that means you can find your G-spot; just drive on, that's good! If not? It is also good. There is no rule that says there is only one way to have orgasm, and for most women, it is normal to prefer a combination of ways to be satisfied. Finding what works for you can take time, so be patient!
The most important thing is that you are satisfied. Exploring your body and your sexual preferences is an excellent step to ensure that you have a happy, safe and comfortable sex life. You should never be ashamed to find out what you want. Everyone deserves to have a rich sex life and their right to their own enjoyment!