Are you are looking for the best sex positions to hit your G-spot during sex? While the scientific community may still be divided on the G-spot’s existence, ask any woman who has had a G-spot orgasm, and she’ll tell you that it’s definitely there.
Where is the G-spot? When a woman is lying on her back, her Grafenberg Area (G-spot) is located roughly 1.5 inches inside her vagina on the upper wall. Manual stimulation of the G-spot may be the easiest way to explore its possibilities, but you can also incorporate it into sexual intercourse. If you choose the right positions, you’ll have a greater chance of hitting her G-spot. Continue reading
Korin Miller reveals three ways to have a clitoral and G-spot orgasm at the same time.
If you’re lucky, you’ve had plenty of clitoral orgasms. You may have even had some G-spot orgasms. And experts say it’s possible to have them together with a blended orgasm, a.k.a. the Holy Grail of climaxing.
Clearly, it’s a little more complex than having one or the other, but Amy Levine, sex coach and founder of Ignite Your Pleasure, says it’s doable—with a little work Read more
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. Continue reading
FOX Sexpert Yvonne K. Fulbright describes thirteen different types of orgasm.
Whether promoting a fad, pushing a sexual lifestyle, or selling a product, someone is making the claim that there’s an orgasm you haven’t had — and one you need to have.
So with so many supposed orgasms out there, which ones are legitimate? Which ones can people truly realize as unique orgasmic experiences? Read more
The G-spot is a dime-sized erogenous zone located just underneath the front vaginal wall. It’s made from ultra sensitive erectile-like tissue that, when touched, swells to the size of a quarter and brings on feelings of sexual bliss, similar to the way the clitoris responds to contact. Stimulating the G-spot can greatly boost orgasm, creating a more intense climax, and in some cases, ejaculation. Continue reading
Truthfully, there probably is no ultimate sex position for all couples, but the butterfly position is a good candidate.
The “butterfly” may be the ultimate sexual position. The butterfly sex position is easy for both the man and the woman to do, and it’s very pleasurable for both partners. Finally, because it’s a face-to-face position, the butterfly provides intimacy between lovers. This position is called the butterfly because, when the woman’s legs are wide apart and the man is thrusting, her legs simulate the movements of the wings of a butterfly. Read more
Whoever named this position is more imaginative than I, but the name does fit, especially if your feet are at the guy’s waist. Personally, I get better G-spot stimulation with my feet are on his shoulders though.
Being with two men at once is many women’s biggest fantasy, but, once you’ve found two men, what’s the best way to have sex so that everyone ends up happy and satisfied? My recommendations are based on two assumptions: 1) you want to experience double penetration, and 2) one or both of the men are so insecure that even accidentally touching another man’s penis would completely ruin their evening. The following three positions allow you to be penetrated in two orifices at once while keeping physical contact between the two men at a minimum. Continue reading