How To Find Your G-Spot

by Violet

on Feb 2, 2021

The G-spot is one of the most hotly-debated topics in women’s health - from where it is, to how to find it - the female G spot has been a mystery for many.

Some even speculate that the G-spot is a myth, but this mighty marvel is no Loch Ness Monster. The G-spot is very real and you can find yours with a little bit of practice.


In this blog, we investigate the elusive women’s G spot, in the hopes of clearing up any misconceptions and giving you new ways to pleasure yourself or delight your lover.

Read on to discover what a G-spot really is, how to find it, and how to have your first G-spot-gasm!

What is a G-spot?

While the G-spot may sound like a really funky nightclub, it’s actually an erogenous zone found in people born with a vulva. (Just in case you’re wondering, people born with a penis do have their own special spot, called the prostate or P-spot, but that’s a whole different blog.)

The female G-spot is an internal hot spot, located inside the vaginal wall. It feels spongy to the touch and much like a penis, this big G swells when you’re aroused.

Interestingly, some suggest that the reason this hard-to-find spot feels so good when stimulated is that it’s actually an extension of the clitoris. This may sound a little wacky, but when you take a good look at a clitoris, you can see why this theory has legs.


While the part of the clitoris that is visible may look small, in reality it’s much larger internally. Its wishbone-like shape could be the answer to the G-spot mystery. Better yet, it could explain why tandem G-spot and clitoral stimulation can be so wonderfully orgasmic.

How to Find your G Spot

So, you know what it is, but the question remains, “where is the g spot?”

While everyone’s body is different, the G-spot can usually be found 2-3 inches inside of the vagina. Your G-spot may be slightly further up, or further down and you may have to explore for a little while to hit the jackpot.

But, before you go hunting for the buried pleasure, you need to be properly warmed up. Your G-spot will be much easier to find when you’re aroused, so lie back, grab your lube and enjoy a clitoral play before the main act gets going.

Now you’re thoroughly in the mood, it’s time for a G-spot discovery mission.

As you get into it, you may feel a strong urge to pee, which is totally normal.

G-spot stimulation can cause a squirting orgasm, which on arrival can feel very similar to that ‘going to wet myself if I don’t find a loo STAT’ feeling. Instead of backing off from this feeling, lean into it, and go with the flow (literally).

While some people find this intense stimulation incredibly satisfying, it’s not for everyone. If you don’t love the sensation, it’s no big deal, there are hundreds of ways to pleasure yourself.

However, if you are enjoying this g spot stimulation, keep the pressure consistent, use your other hand to stimulate your clitoris and you could be on your way to an earth-shattering G-spot orgasm!

Finding the G Spot with Sex Toys

Fingers are all well and good, but this is this 21st century after all, and sex toys are revolutionising the ways we get off.

Once you’ve had a play and got comfortable with the sensation, adding toys can take your G spot stimulation to the next level.


There are loads of sex toys designed specifically for G spot stimulation. From dildos to vibrators, these G-seeking tools are usually firmer than your average toy, giving your spot just the right amount of pressure. G-spot dildos can even be made from hard materials such as glass or metal, while firmer plastics are used to make G-spot vibrators.

The main difference between your average vibrator and one built for your G-spot lies in the tip. Curved at the end, these ingenious toys deliver precise pressure to your vaginal wall when inserted, sending vibrations deep into your G-spot.

When choosing your sex toy, look for one with a prominent curve and a smooth bulbous head – the large surface area should help you stimulate the right spot. For internal stimulation only, try something like the Mantric G-Spot Vibrator. If you want to add a little clitoral stimulation into the mix, you can’t go wrong with a rabbit vibrator like the Happy Rabbit G-Spot Vibrator.

Using a toy to find your G-spot is exactly like using your fingers, except your vibrator is doing the heavy lifting for you. Simply coat your toy in lubricant and insert, angling the curved bulb up towards your belly button. Then, slowly run the dildo up and down your vaginal wall, or if you’re using a vibrator, turn on the buzz and enjoy the ride.

The Best Sex Toys For G Spot Stimulation

Best Sex Positions for G Spot Stimulation

Because of its location, g spot stimulation through penetrative sex with a penis can be hard to get right. It’s difficult for a penis or strap-on to deliver that firm pressure your G-spot needs. However, it is possible, and can be fun to try if you want to spice things up with a partner.

The best positions for stimulating the female G spot are ones that give you deep penetration and some control over the movement. These allow you to angle your partner towards the right spot.

Try getting on top and moving your hips around until you feel them hit the spot. Or, try a variation of doggy style, by lying down on your front, rather than supporting yourself with your hands.

If you’re feeling adventurous, check out a few of our favorite 'G-seeking positions' below:

A Leg Up
Grip It Good
Deep-G Diving

If penetration isn’t your thing, try showing your partner how to hit the g spot with their hands or a toy. That way they’ll be able to stimulate the spot just the way you like it.

More Sex Advice

So, there you have it, everything you need to know about the female G spot. If you’re feeling inspired and want to kick your G spot stimulation up a notch, check out these helpful guides:


Written by Violet. Lovehoney Editorial Team
Violet joined Lovehoney's writing team in 2019 as our lingerie aficionado.
Violet is also an avid sex toy collector and co-host of The Sexual Happiness Podcast

Originally published on Feb 2, 2021. Updated on Feb 3, 2021