Your guide to understanding the G-spot...
The G-spot is one of the media's favourite erogenous zones. Its existence has been questioned more times than the Lock Ness Monster and there seems very little consensus about the role and function of this elusive area. Some claim it's an extension of the clitoris. Others claim it's imaginary. However, while scientist's opinions do vary, one thing's for sure - every woman is different.
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 find the same area simply gives them the urge to pee when stroked, and some women can't find it at all. Rubbing different parts inside the vagina can cause muscular contractions and some women report that they ejaculate when the area they describe as the G-spot is stimulated.
To find your G-spot, 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 G-spot stimulation or not. If it proves elusive, a sex toy - ideally with a curved tip - may make your mission easier.