The elusive G-Spot isn't exactly the easiest thing to find...if it was we'd all be having A-grade orgasms every time we hit the bedroom.
It's located between two and three inches up the front wall of the vagina, hidden one centimetre below the surface. Because of this it requires constant firm pressure to be stimulated effectively, which isn't necessarily easy when you're in the moment. Plus, it's location means popular positions like missionary and cowgirl aren't effective at enabling G-Spot orgasms. Yikes.
So, what's the solution? Well, many women experience G-Spot orgasms through a simple technique called the 'Come Hither' move. Here's how to get it right if you want to try it at home...
Lie on your back with your legs tucked up towards your chest.
Ask your man to use his index and middle finger to put internal pressure on the front wall of the vagina. Once you've found a comfortable position, ask your partner to move his fingers in a 'come hither' motion, like he was signalling for you to move closer!
The pressure of his fingers should maximise contact with the G-Spot without having to do any scary upside down sex positions.
You can encourage him to change the speed and pressure to suit your individual needs, while he should be able to keep going until you're ready to climax. Result!
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