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3 Ways to Stimulate the G-Spot for Maximum Pleasure

The G–spot is a small mound of tissue inside the vagina, which is named after Ernst Grafenberg, the German doctor who discovered it. The G-spot is an area, between a penny and quarter in size, on the front wall of the vagina, not far from the actual vagina opening. At the top of the vagina’s wall, at about perpendicular with the urethra, you can feel a sort of lattice-work area (rough and lenticular tissue). In the midst of the lattice-work is the G-spot. Each woman varies somewhat as to where her G-spot is located, so you must do some experimenting to locate exactly where it is. Once you have located it, here are three ways to stimulate the G-spot for maximum pleasure.

While performing cunnilingus is a perfect time to simultaneously stimulate the G-spot. With your index and middle finger inserted into the vagina (while performing cunnilingus) and using a “come here” motion, locate and touch the G-spot. Use constant, firm, though not too firm, pressure. With the action on the clitoris (from the cunnilingus) and pressure to the G-spot, your partner is likely to have an intense and powerful orgasm.

Another way to stimulate the G-spot is during sexual intercourse. The woman should get on top of the man, but not sit up straight. Instead, she should lie directly on him. That way she will be able to manipulate her position so that there is constant, direct pressure on the G-spot. The man has nothing at all to do except maintain his erection, and let the woman move into position. Once there, the man can press slightly with his hips to increase the pressure from his erection.

An unusual way to stimulate the G-spot during intercourse is in a swimming pool. The man stands in the water at the shallow end, and the woman sits on the edge of the rim of the pool. She slides her legs into the water, and positions herself just enough so that the man can enter her.The man’s penis will be directed at this angle directly to the G-spot. The woman or the man can gyrate, but not thrust, in order to maintain constant, firm pressure on the G-spot.

Some women report that orgasms arising from G-spot stimulation are more intense, deeper, more “whole body” than clitoral orgasms. A few women even ejaculate. The G spot is a wonder of the female anatomy, and learning how to locate and then stimulate it will give your partner the ultimate in pleasure and satisfaction and make you a memorable lover.

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