The G spot is one of the more mysterious parts of the female body. There has always been a debate as to whether it exists at all, but for the most part, people have accepted that it does or that something like it is out there. The question that remains after that is how this mysterious body part works. What makes it tick? What makes it feel pleasure? What makes it lose pleasure? If you have had questions like this in your own life, the information below should give you an idea of how the G spot works in a woman’s body.
Think of the G spot as a muscle in the vagina. It is located just a few inches inside of the vaginal opening, and it is usually somewhere behind the clitoris. Whenever a woman becomes aroused, this muscle swells up and becomes very sensitive. That is how it is supposed to feel good. Any time something puts pressure on the G spot, it creates a sensation. Those sensations will add up over time, and that will inevitably cause an orgasm. No matter what the stimulant is, it can impact a sensitive and swollen G spot.
To stimulate the G spot, you must insert a toy, a finger, or a penis into the vagina. Then that object can move in and out so that it produces a rhythmic movement. This in and out motion will tap on the swollen G spot, and it will eventually build up enough sensation for a woman to feel pleasure. Some women struggle to get the rhythm down, but that does take a little bit of patience. If you can commit the time to figuring out what feels good to the G spot, you will be able to create the best orgasms in the end.
If you believe that the G spot exists, then it is about time that you use it to your advantage. Whether you are a woman looking to get a better orgasm from her personal time or a man looking to provide more pleasure for a partner, the G spot can help you out. You now know how it works, so focus on the foreplay and get ready for the insertion. No sexual experience is ever truly complete without the use of the G spot. You can figure out how to use one in your own life through a little experimenting.