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G-Spot sex: Why it feels so good

The best way to understand why G-Spot stimulation feels so good is to find out for yourselves. Get to know what parts of her sex organs contribute to her overall pleasure. When you really understand how the parts of her anatomy interact, you’ll have much better luck navigating her body.

A woman’s sometimes-confusing anatomy is the very reason G-Spot stimulation feels so good: There’s a lot going on down there. All the parts interact with one another to provide a variety of intense, pleasurable sensations. When you stimulate one part of her vagina, you’re contacting two or three more, all of which can respond to the right touch.

Her Body is a Study in Harmony

Surrounding the G-Spot is the Skene’s gland, which some scientists feel is the source of female ejaculation. They don’t yet know enough about the Skene’s gland to prove beyond a doubt that it is responsible for female ejaculation or G-Spot orgasms, but many scientists believe that part of the reason G-Spot stimulation feels so good is that pressure to the area also stimulates the Skene’s glands.

As you apply pressure to the G-Spot, it engages the nerve endings in the Skene’s gland, through the narrowest part of the urethra and into the back and upper part of the clitoral muscle. When combined with stimulation to her labia, vulva and vagina, G-Spot pressure can cause waves of pleasure, orgasm and even ejaculation.

The Secret to G-Spot Stimulation

First off, if you’ve found her G-Spot, congratulations! I have to admit that it took me and my husband quite a while to locate it. Once we did, though, we had a lot of fun figuring out what worked for me. All that practice paid off when I had my first G-Spot orgasm. All I can say is WOW!

The secret to G-Spot stimulation has two parts: foreplay and pressure.

Extensive foreplay is especially important for enjoying G-Spot sex because the area around the G-Spot is much more sensitive when she is fully aroused. Just as the blood rushes to her clitoris when she’s ready for sex, the G-Spot also becomes engorged with blood, making it extra-sensitive and more responsive to your touch.

If you don’t spend enough time on foreplay, her chances of having a G-Spot orgasm diminish. Although your lovemaking will still feel wonderful, if she isn’t primed for G-Spot play, it won’t be as satisfying.

The other secret is firm, constant pressure on her G-Spot. This hidden pleasure button only responds to a firm, direct touch, which is why regular sex won’t engage her G-Spot. To really make this form of love-play work, you’ll need to adapt your techniques to stimulate the spot.

When you and your partner are exploring G-Spot play, it’s easiest to approach her from behind. Slide your forefinger and middle finger into her, your palm facing downward, and gently press down on her G-Spot. Once she let’s you know she’s found it, press harder until she begins to respond. Play around with the firmness she needs. Some women only need a gentle touch, but others need very hard pressure.

No G-Spot? She’s Not Broken!

Unfortunately, they’ve also found that a small percentage of women don’t have Skene’s glands, which could be the reason why not every woman responds to G-Spot stimulation. If your partner falls into this category, don’t despair. Although she might not experience a G-Spot orgasm, she will still love the attention you’ll pay to her body as you’re finding out what pleases her.

I wish there was a way to tell every woman that she isn’t dysfunctional if she doesn’t respond to G-Spot stimulation. There’s no reason for her to feel as though her body doesn’t work right. Keep in mind that for many women, G-Spot play is totally new, and not everyone’s body knows how to respond to it at first. With time, communication and lots of practice, she may come to love this form of play.

Never forget that every woman’s body is different. Your partner’s body may not respond at all to G-Spot stimulation, despite the techniques you use. If that’s the case, don’t worry about it. When you explore your partner’s body, you may find new erogenous zones she didn’t know excited her. Either way, it’s a positive experience that can only bring you closer.

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