HOW TO HAVE A G-SPOT ORGASM
Much about the female orgasm still seems to be a bit of a mystery. The G-spot, for example, has been a very controversial topic with doctors and experts going back and forth over whether or not it really exists.
It seems that there is no real extensive proof that such an area exists. In fact most gynaecological textbooks and anatomy manuals make no mention of it at all. No doctor, gynaecologist or surgeon has “seen” one. And yet, how could we possibly ignore all of the accounts that women have made of extreme pleasure when this particular area is stimulated? At the end of the day, who cares about extensive proof – if it works for you, as it does for many women – then why sweat the details!
The G-spot is located on the frontal wall of the vagina, about 5cm deep, and is said to be about the size of a 5 cent coin (2cm). This of course, is slightly different for every woman, but most women agree on this as the best description.
You will most likely notice that the G-spot is easier to find when you are aroused, or after massaging the area with firm rhythmic pressure as the soft tissue swells when blood rushes to it. Many women (especially if it’s their first G-spot orgasm) have a “full bladder” feeling as they near the point of orgasm. This can be scary for some and that momentary feeling can make a lot of women shut off. Some sex therapists advise going to the toilet beforehand to alleviate worries about the urge to urinate. This feeling will quickly subside and be replaced by a strong and distinctive feeling of sexual pleasure. The more you practice with this the more natural it should start to become.
Many women find that a G-spot orgasm feels different to one from clitoral stimulation. A G-spot orgasm can also make some women ejaculate a clear fluid at the point of orgasm. This has been confused with urinating but is actually much clearer and whiter and does not smell like urine.
If you have only been experimenting on your own so far, the next step would be to have your partner find your G-spot. We will discuss this in our next post, stay tuned!