Many women say that G spot stimulation feels different from clitoral orgasms. They describe the sensation as bumpy or spongy, and may feel an urge to urinate (since this area is also under the bladder).
To find your G-spot, slowly slide your finger in two knuckles deep. Once you feel the soft ridges, try rubbing or licking the area and see how it responds.
What is the G Spot?
The G-spot is a small area on the front of the vagina that’s said to be sensitive and cause sexual, ideally orgasmic sensations when touched. This spot is believed to be an extension of the clitoris, which is located outside the vagina and can be triggered by penetrating the vulva with a penis, toys or even fingers.
Getting to know your body and how it feels, including your G-spot, takes time. It may help to start by losing yourself in a sensual fantasy and then slowly touching parts of your vulva that feel good for you. It’s important to remember that everyone is different, and it can take a lot of pressure for some people to feel pleasure in their G-spot.
Some women report that their G-zone has a sponge-like texture when they’re fully aroused. Others say it’s firm and bumpy. It’s important to be patient and use lube, especially if you’re having trouble finding your spot.
A partner who is skilled at stimulating the G-spot can make it feel good by stroking it with their finger(s) in a “come-hither” motion, which will trigger muscular contractions that make the sensation even more intense. A partner can also try a cowgirl position where they enter you from behind, straddle your torso, and rub the G-spot and clitoris with their ring and pinky fingers.
How to Find Your G Spot
If you are new to G spot exploration, it can take a little time to find the area. Start by using lube and feeling around in the area that feels bumpy and spongy. It is important to remember that every vulva-owner’s body is different, so don’t worry if you don’t feel it right away. You can use a small finger or a sex toy to probe the area, but the best way is to be turned on and to lose yourself in an erotic fantasy.
Once you’ve found the spot, stimulate it with your fingers or sex toy and experiment with movements. Circular, up and down, and side to side are all good ways to explore the spot. As you feel the pleasure build, increase your speed and pressure. You can also straddle your partner or use doggy style (any penetration from behind with a penis or sex toy) to get to the hard-to-reach angle of the clitoris.
As you continue to explore, your partner may begin to squirt or ejaculate. This is normal and can be pleasurable for both of you. Remember that the G spot isn’t a distinct organ, but just an area linked to the clitoris. It’s not necessary to get orgasms from this area, but if you do, the sensation can be even more intense.
How to Stimulate Your G Spot
A woman who’s able to locate her G spot and experience the pleasure that it brings may find that she has a unique orgasm that she doesn’t feel in other places. And that’s okay. Everyone’s body is different, and learning what feels good for you will take time and experimentation.
To stimulate your G spot, you can use a penis or sex toy that is angled upward to access the hard-to-reach area of the inner vagina. During penetrative sex, try positioning yourself in ways that can angle your partner’s penis or sex toy toward the G spot. Try different strokes, speeds, and pressures to see what feels best to you. Make sure to lick or lubricate your finger before running it across the soft, pink ridges of the G spot.
Some women might feel like they need to urinate when stimulating the G spot, and that’s okay. The feeling is due to the close proximity of the G spot and the urethra. It’s also normal to feel this sensation when your G spot engorges with blood during arousal.
Stimulating your G spot can also lead to squirting, which is when you gush liquid (female ejaculate) out through the urethra. Women who have experienced squirting often describe it as a full-body orgasm that is extremely pleasurable for them and their partners.
How to Get to an Orgasm
There’s no one-size-fits-all way to orgasm, so the best thing you can do is explore different ways to pleasure yourself. Stimulating lesser-known erogenous zones like the ears, nipples, neck, knees, etc can give you orgasms that feel very different than clitoral stimulation. But remember, despite what you might see on TV, it takes some time for the muscles in these areas to build up to the point of orgasm.
The G spot can be a great place to start, and you may find that it feels better than stimulating the clitoral hood or the glans directly. For many people, G-spot orgasms are more of a whole-body sensation that fills you up and doesn’t end until the next one starts.
Once you’ve found your g-spot, try penetrating it with your finger, penis, or a wand toy. You can use different pressures and angle the object or body part into the area in a “come hither” motion to encourage the sensations. Keep trying different things and adjusting the pressure until you reach orgasm. Afterward, keep experimenting with other parts of your body and discover what makes you come back for more. You might find that deeper penetration can help you get to orgasm faster than shallow penetration. And if you’re not able to reach orgasm, don’t worry. There’s a lot of pleasure to be found in penetrating this sensitive area anyway.