Some people are STILL convinced the g-spot doesn't exist. It really really does, but it's not exactly the easiest thing to reach.
Some sex positions won't make any difference (and rely on clitoral stimulation) while some women just don't know where it is or the stimulation 'signs' to look out for.
Follow these three key pieces of advice and have more explosive orgasms in your bedroom tonight...
1. Get in position
The g-spot is located on the front wall of the vagina between one and three centimetres inside. It's below the surface, which means you need constant firm pressure to experience any kind of stimulation. The missionary position is out, and cowgirl and doggy style are in. You can also try lifting your legs, either over his shoulders or tucking them in to your chest, to encourage g-spot stimulation in the traditional him-on-top angle.
2. Know the signs
If you get an urge to pee in the moment he might be right on your g-spot, which can feel rougher and ridged in comparison to the surrounding tissue. Weird but true. 'Sexperts' recommend that you watch porn together, massage each other or spend longer on foreplay before you want to try g-spot play. This will send more oxygenated blood below the belt, making all of the sensitive areas swollen and easier to locate.
3. Get him to try the 'bowling technique'
Ask your man to place his thumb directly over your clitoris and then insert the first two fingers from the same hand inside you, hooked upwards. The position of his hand should be similar to holding a bowling ball. Ask him to move his fingers like he's 'walking' while simultaneously stroking your clitoris in a windscreen-wiper motion.
What do you think of this advice?
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