Some claim it’s an extension of the clitoris. Others claim it’s imaginary. However, while opinions do vary about where the G-spot is and if it actually exists, one thing’s for sure – everyone is different!

Join us as we discuss everything there is to know about the dubious G-spot from where it is, to how to find, and how to hit it during sex. No question is a silly question as we unveil all about the area that some call the female G-spot.

Where is the ‘G-spot’ thought to be?

Some women have an area a few inches inside their vagina on the upper wall that swells when pressed and stroked and can give intensely pleasurable sensations. Others may not find that stimulation of this area increases sexual pleasure in a meaningful way, and some may not be able to find the so-called G-spot at all.

Rubbing different parts inside the vagina can cause muscular contractions and some people even report that they ejaculate when the G-spot is stimulated. You can find out more about female ejaculation in our female ejaculation guide.

How do I find my ‘G-spot’?

If this magical spot does exist, to find it, slide a finger inside the vagina then curl the tip as if crooking the finger and beckoning someone. Go slowly and pay attention to the way it feels under your finger: if you find the G-spot, it should swell.

Continue to press lightly, using circling motions to explore and you’ll soon discover whether you’re aroused by stimulation in this area or not. If it proves elusive, a sex toy – ideally with a curved tip – may make your mission easier. However, if this spot doesn’t work for you, it’s okay to go searching for other spots that you may like. It’s about finding what makes you happy.

Positions to help stimulate the ‘G-spot’

Should you discover it’s a new erogenous zone for you, think about positions that can help stimulate it. Doggy style and raised missionary are both great for hitting this area and make it easy for the woman to caress her clitoris at the same time too.

Manual stimulation from behind can be really effective, as can toys with curved heads or strongly defined curves. However, if you don’t find this pleasurable, don’t worry. We’re all different and what works for one person can be a huge turn off for another.

The male ‘G-spot’

Men also have an area of heightened sensitivity, known as the P-spot. The ‘P’ in P-spot refers to the prostate which, when stimulated or massaged, can create pleasurable sensations that you may not have experienced with penile stimulation alone.

Where is the anal ‘G-spot’ or P-spot?

This male G-spot, or P-spot, is a few inches inside the anus on the upper wall. Not everyone enjoys prostate stimulation but it’s certainly worth considering if you’ve never tried it before.

Many people explore it during self-pleasure, and it can also add pleasure to other sexual play, if taken in a slow and safe way.

 

Got more questions when it comes to sex? From sexual health advice to tips on great sex positions, we discuss all in our Explore Sex blog.

 

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