What is the G-spot?
The G-spot is a small area on the inside of the vagina that many women find extremely pleasurable when stimulated. It’s surrounded by controversy, but an increasingly popular theory proposes that it’s the urethral sponge surrounded by clitoral nerves.
Where is the G-spot located?
The G-spot is located about two inches inside and on the front wall of the vagina. It’s roughly the size of a quarter and may become larger when stimulated.
Do all women have a G-spot?
Yes all women are likely to have a G-spot. However, some women respond extremely well to G-spot stimulation while some may dislike the sensation altogether.
How do I stimulate the G-spot?
With your palm up, insert a finger (or two) a couple of inches into the vagina or to about the second knuckle. Slightly crook them towards you, making a “come here” motion. Learn more on the Finding the G-spot page.
Which sexual positions are best for stimulating the G-spot?
Since the G-spot is located on the front wall of the vagina, almost all rear-entry positions are an excellent choice. Learn more G-spot sex positions.
What is female ejaculation?
Female ejaculation is a silky fluid from the female prostate. Rhythmic contractions of the pelvic muscle during G-spot orgasm cause some women to expel this fluid.
Is female ejaculation urine?
Although it can contain small traces of substances found in urine, female ejaculation is actually an alkaline liquid that bears more resemblance to male ejaculate than urine.