Where is My G-Spot?

5 Ways to Find Your G-Spot

Among all the myths and beliefs about sex, there is one area that continues to be shrouded in mystery. An area that by some are deemed the Holy Grail of erogenous zones providing body-shaking, mind-blowing pleasure. We, of course, are talking about a woman’s G-spot.

The media has done a wonderful job clouding the air on this topic and even when asking experts about its existence, it can draw varying opinions. There still to this day exists very little consensus about the role and function of the G-spot, as some claim it is an extension of the clitoris while others believe it is an imaginary area.

One thing is for sure, every woman is different which makes finding and documenting exactly where it is. You can ask 20 women “Where is the G-spot” and there is a very good possibility they will not know either. If your partner does not know, or if you are wondering where yours is here are some helpful tips.

How to Find Your G-Spot

Some women have an area a few inches inside their vagina on the upper wall that swells when pressed and stroked and can give intensely pleasurable sensations. Others find the same area simply gives them the urge to pee when stroked, and some women can’t find it at all. Rubbing different parts inside the vagina can cause muscular contractions and some women report that they ejaculate when the area they describe as the G-spot is stimulated.

Before exploring where yours is, you will want to make sure you are sexually aroused. Stimulating the clitoris with Alura Lux will improve overall sensitivity, increasing vaginal lubrication and engorgement.

Once properly aroused, to find your G-spot, slide a finger inside the vagina then curl the tip as if crooking the finger and beckoning someone. Go slowly and pay attention to the way it feels under your finger: if you find the G-spot, it should swell. Continue to press lightly, using circling motions to explore and you’ll soon discover whether you’re aroused by stimulation or not.

Remember everyone is different and not all women successfully find their G-spot, so don’t be discouraged if you have some difficulties. Should you discover your G-spot, obviously it’s a new erogenous zone you will want to stimulate. To do so think of positions you and your partner can use for hitting your G-spot. Two great positions to start with are doggy style and reverse cowgirl as they also allow for easy access to the clitoris for further stimulation.

Take your time and have fun finding your G-spot. Even if you are not successful in finding it, enjoy the process. Many women have told us they have found other erogenous zones during this process. As Alura Lux increases blood flow to all the tissues of the vagina, manual stimulation yields exciting and orgasmic results.