Beginner's Guide to G-spot vibrators
It’s what’s inside that counts, so wake up that elusive G-spot. Follow our simple guide to discover how to unlock your first G-spot orgasm.
While plenty of women enjoy the joys of clitoral orgasms, for some, having a G-spot orgasm is about as attainable as spotting the Loch Ness Monster. Well, not anymore, we’re taking the G-spot orgasm out of the conspiracy closet and into reality.
Our curved vibes are the gee’s knees and are designed specifically to stimulate your hard to reach pleasure zones. In this guide we show you how to do it.
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What is a G-spot?
The G-spot is an erogenous zone inside the vagina that some believe to be connected to the clitoris. Many women feel aroused through G-spot stimulation, which can lead to orgasm and even female ejaculation or 'squirting'. However, many women find G-spot stimulation irritating or uncomfortable, so if it's not something you enjoy, that's totally normal, too.
Where is the G-spot?
Typically, the G-spot is located 2-3 inches inside the vagina towards the front vaginal wall.
How to find the G-spot
You can find the G-spot with your fingers. Place one or two lubed fingers inside the vagina with your palm facing upwards and curve your fingers round in a 'come here' motion once they're a couple of inches inside you.
You should be able to feel an area of sponge-like tissue on the front vaginal wall that feels different from the rest of your vagina – this is your G-spot. You may also recognize the G-spot purely from the pleasurable sensations you feel when that area is touched.
If you can't find anything, don't worry – some women aren't able to feel their G-spot. But if you're embarking on some self-exploration, keep having a feel around with your fingers using different motions and pressures to see if anything sparks your arousal.
Considering its location and angle, finding the G-spot could be a bit hard to reach for some women. And if you're trying G-spot stimulation with your fingers, the positioning might be harder to keep up for long periods of time.
To combat this, we'd recommend trying a G-spot vibrator.
How to use a G-spot vibrator: a step-by-step guide
G-spot vibrators usually have a curved or bulbous tip that is specifically designed to reach and stimulate the G-spot. Here are our tips on how to use a G-spot vibrator on yourself and with a partner to maximize your chances of a G-spot orgasm.
It helps to be fully aroused before using a G-spot vibrator as this should make your G-spot swell, making it easier to locate and stimulate. Indulge in some soft, sensuous solo play by stimulating your clitoris, either using lubed fingers or the end of the G-spot vibrator.
Lube is always recommended when you're exploring new areas of your body – not only do things slip in easier, but it can make things feel a bit more pleasurable. The best lube for G-spot vibrators is a water-based one, as this will be compatible with all sex toys.
Slather your vibe in the lube as well as the opening of your vagina to make insertion as comfortable as possible and to keep yourself well-lubed throughout your session.
When using a G-spot vibrator it's best to start slowly. Once you're lubed up, slide the vibe about 2 inches in, pressing the shaft head or angled tip against your vagina's front wall.
Your G-spot is surrounded by dense tissue and lies deep in your flesh, so you may want to use a little more pressure than usual or slide your toy from side to side until you hit the right place.
When you hit it, you'll know. The G-spot swells and firms up as it fills with blood (remind you of anything?), making the tight bundling of nerve-endings cry out for firm stimulation.
Hit the spot
Once you've found the spot that feels good for you, you can experiment by either leaving the vibrator pressed against your G-spot, delivering continuous stimulation, or you can keep moving the vibrator around the area of your G-spot, which can build arousal slowly but surely.
Depending on the sensitivity of your G-spot, you might need to deliver a fair amount of stimulation to reach climax. But try not to make a G-spot orgasm the focus of your session as this puts pressure on your mind and it's best to be fully relaxed before attempting any sort of orgasm. Instead, just enjoy playing with the different pressures and sensations of your vibe and see what happens.
How to use a G-spot vibrator with a partner
If you want to try using a G-spot vibrator on your partner for the first time, make sure to have a conversation with them beforehand to ensure they're comfortable with it.
To use a G-spot vibrator with your partner, you can either incorporate it into your foreplay or use it during sex.
One way to do so is by inserting the vibrator inside and letting your partner concentrate on stimulating your clitoris. When you're comfortable, you could also let your partner take control of the vibrator, directing them on where to place it and what feels good.
The best sex positions for a G-spot orgasm
The best sex positions for a G-spot orgasm between a man and a woman are those that place the penis as close to the G-spot as possible. There are a lot of different sex positions you can try for G-spot stimulation, but here are three of the best.
Achieve G-spot stimulation when in Doggy Style by lifting your hips high and your chest as low as possible as this guarantees maximum penetration.
Girl on Top
You can create constant contact and stimulation of the G-spot while in the Girl on Top position if you lean back slightly, as it allows the penis to rub against the front wall of the vagina.
Get into a standard missionary position and then lift your hips by placing a couple of pillows under your butt. This should create G-spot contact with the penis.
G, that feels good
Whether you're getting handsy, using a G-spot vibrator, or getting a partner involved, we hope these tips help you on the road to G-spot enlightenment.
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