You may have heard of a special place in the womans vagina, which drives her mad with pleasure when touched.
This place is often called the G spot, named after the doctor Ernest Grafenberg, who described it for the first time in 1950.
Although not a new idea, the presumption about the existence of the G spot is still controversial, some women discovered it, others did not. The current theory is that the G spot is a “collection” of glands, channels, blood vessels, and
nervous endings, surrounding the womans urethra.
So, where is this place? The great majority of women who say they discovered this point locate it at about 4-5 cm inside their vagina, on
the upper anterior vaginal wall, right behind the pubic bone.
Nonetheless, there are some women who discovered their G spot further back in their vagina.
When a woman is not excited, the G spot is more difficult to discover, but you can still feel a prominent portion of tissue. When it is stimulated, it can grow up to the size of a coin, or even more, extending on the vaginal wall.
Some specialists suggest that the best way to discover it is right after an orgasm, when the G spot is stable and dilated.
They recommend that you hit it gently with a frequency of one per second, and to experiment with both light and deep penetration. Another suitable moment for the stimulation of the G spot is when your lover is close to an orgasm.
It is more likely that she will enjoy these light strokes if she is already aroused. Try to touch her clitoris with your tongue while you stimulate her G spot with your finger and you will see how much pleasure you give her.
You should know that some women feel a slight discomfort or a need to urinate when their G spot is discovered for the first time, so you should
talk about your exploration plans with your lover and let her know that even if this reaction appears, it is not a problem.
It may take about a minute until the discomfort is replaced with pleasant sensations. If this feeling of discomfort or fear of urination persist,
you may suggest that she finds it herself.
She will discover it easier if she is sitting, or if she fears that she will urinate, suggest that she goes to the bathroom before making love, so that she will be certain that her bladder is empty.
Lovemaking in the missionary position does not touch the G spot. It is a lot easier to stimulate this point with your penis if your lover is lying on her stomach, and you penetrate her from the back, or if she is on top and she can adjust the stimulation as sees fit.
Also, shallow penetrations are better for the stimulation of the G spot. In order to find out more about the stimulation of this point with your fingers, read the article Lovemaking and the G-spot
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