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A Guide To The G-Spot

The Gräfenberg Spot, often called the G-Spot, is the bean-shaped area of the vagina that many women report to contain an erogenous zone which when stimulated can lead to high levels of sexual arousal, powerful orgasms and female ejaculation.

The Gräfenberg Spot is typically located one to three inches up the front (anterior) vaginal wall between the vagina opening and the urethra and is a sensitive area that is part of the female prostate.


Before I start, the g-spot is not an actual spot but its a zone, it is located about 2 inches inside the vagina on the topside, you will know when you have found it when you feel a ribbed bump, is like the roof of your mouth just begin your front teeth.

Do all women have a G-spot?

Yes all women are likely to have a G-spot. However, some women respond extremely well to G-spot stimulation while some may dislike the sensation altogether.

What you must do before stimulating the G-Spot?

In every case women clitoris should be stimulated first before stimulating the g-spot. When it is wholly stimulated, it will be too sensitive for direct contact. When the clitoris is uncomfortable and dry, you can then move into the g-spot.

1. Trim your nails short

Watch out for long or sharp nails. They can cause small cuts or tears in the delicate skin in and around the vagina.

2. Foreplay, foreplay, foreplay

It builds sexual arousal and fills the sex organs with blood, making them more responsive. The more you foreplay, the more pleasure you’ll get when you have sex. Without foreplay, touching your G-spot may be uncomfortable or even painful. Orgasm is much more likely after lots of foreplay.

The Best Positions to Stimulate the G-Spot

Use the doggy position:

The woman kneels on all fours in the doggy position, and pushes her hips back. This position really helps with G-spot massage. Pushing your hips back increases pressure in your pelvis. Your legs, hips and bum tighten up and gently squash your vagina and pelvic muscles. Most importantly, this position pushes the G-spot slightly further out into the vagina, making it easier to find and stimulate.
op 10 Positions for Women’s Orgams:

These sexual positions, generally, will help a woman reach orgasm faster:

  1. Woman on Top
  2. Reverse Cowgirl
  3. Rear Entry or Doggie Style
  4. Modified Missionary (He’s kneeling with his top half upright)
  5. The Butterfly (Missionary, with the woman’s pelvis tilted up, a pillow under the butt, and her legs in the air.)
  6. Coital Alignment Technique (Start out in missionary position; he edges forward until both partners’ pubic bones meet.)
  7. Standing Facing Each Other
  8. Standing Rear Entry
  9. Sitting Lotus Position
  10. Spooning
How to Stimulate the G-spot with Techniques


The motion you should use is “come over here” gesture with your fingers. Always bear in mind that the g-spot and clitoris are different, which implies that sometimes you will hit it harder than the clitoris. Begin by massaging it smoothly and work your way to a point she finds exciting.

Press on the G-spot
The man inserts his thumb into her vagina and presses down onto her G-spot. He should be able to feel her G-spot as a bumpy, ridged area about 2 to 3 centimetres in diameter. When a woman is aroused, her G-spot gets larger and protrudes into the vaginal canal.

Massage the G-spot.
The man massages her G-spot back and forth, with firm pressure, with the pad of his thumb. The pressure has to firm. The G-spot contains pressure sensitive nerve endings, so only a deep, firm massaging will work. Unlike the clitoris, the G-spot doesn’t respond to light pressure.

Relax your PC muscle.
The woman should relax her PC (pubococcygeus) muscle and keep it relaxed. The female PC muscle in women is similar to the male PC muscle. It connects the tail bone to the pubic bone, it can clench, release and push, and it can be used to prevent the passing of urine. You can feel it in action by placing a finger just inside your vagina and squeezing.

When a woman’s G-spot is being stroked, she may feel like tensing her PC muscle. Don’t do this – she should keep it relaxed. It’s believed that tensing the PC muscle blocks the action of the Female Prostate. Along with firm pressure on the G-spot, this is one of the keys to G-spot orgasm. Relaxing the PC muscle is also the key to female ejaculation.


Let go of the ‘pee feeling’.

This is the final piece of the G-spot orgasm puzzle, and also unlocks female ejaculation. As pleasure builds during G-spot massage, a woman will feel the sensation of needing to pee. The key to both G-spot orgasm and female ejaculation is to just let this feeling go. What’s happening is the build up to female ejaculation or squirting. This is a clear odourless liquid emitted from the urethra during G-spot massage. The liquid comes from an organ that surround the urethra known as the female prostate. The female prostate becomes engorged during sexual pleasure and blocks the flow of urine from your bladder, so you can’t pee.

G-Spot Orgasm

It may take up to a half an hour of stimulation for her to have a G-spot orgasm, but don’t worry, it’s worth every second.

When she has a G-spot orgasm, you’ll know. Her vagina will contract violently, so violently, in fact, that it may feel like she’s trying to push your fingers out. G-spot orgasms are also accompanied by uncontrollable panting or moaning and sometimes even female ejaculation.

Clitoral stimulation can produce multiple orgasms, but they are more common with G-spot stimulation. If she still wants more after the first one, continued stimulation may lead to a second, third, or even a tenth orgasm.

Multiples or not, many women swear that G-spot orgasms are one of the most satisfying, fulfilling experiences in their entire lives.


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