We promise it's there, but sometimes it's not easy to find. Give him this advice next time you're getting busy and, hopefully, full body orgasms will be on the menu...
1. The basics: It's a fact that the G-Spot grows and becomes easier to identify after lots of fulfilling foreplay, when lots of oxygenated blood has reached the area. The G-Spot is located on the front wall of your vagina, between one and three centimetres from the vaginal entrance. It should feel slightly rougher than the surrounding area - a bit like a peach kernel.
2. The position: Lie on your back with your legs spread and knees bent. Ask your man to add some lubricant to his fingers and, with his palm facing upwards towards the ceiling, have him slide his index and middle fingers a couple of inches into you. He'll need to make slow 'come-hither' motions or 'walk' his fingers across the area.
3. Be experimental
You'll know if he's in the right place if it feels good (or you might feel an urge to pee if he's in the right place. No seriously!). Ask him to massage rhythmically, varying his strokes and pressure. This could lead to an amazing orgasm - especially if you're using a bullet vibrator at the same time. But don't panic if you don't really feel anything - not everyone experiences mind-blowing sensations when their G-spot is stimulated. Unfortunately.
Will you be using this advice?
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