|Written by Sandra R. Harris-Gompf|
Put the tip of your tongue on the roof of your mouth. Do you feel that little bump in the center of your palate? That is similar to what your G-Spot feels like.¬† Now that you know what it feels like, how do you find it?
Things You‚Äôll Need:
Get aroused.¬† The G-Spot is made up of the spongy tissue wrapped around the urethra that swells with blood and other fluid when a woman is sexually excited.
Locate it:¬† Insert your finger into your vagina and feel for the G-Spot.¬† It is located about two inches up, toward the abdomen and behind the public bone.¬†¬† It feels rougher than the surrounding tissues of the vagina.¬† If your finger is not long enough, use a G-Spot stimulator toy.¬† These toys are curved to help you find the right angle for stimulation of your G-Spot.
Play:¬† Stroke your G-Spot using various pressures.¬† Experiment with rhythmic pressure, simultaneous clitoral stimulation and rotating or vibrating toys.¬† You will find what feels good to you.
One position that may help give you access to your G-Spot is to bend your knees up to your chest while you are feeling for it.
Some women experience ejaculation from the urethra during a G-Spot orgasm.¬† This fluid is not the same as urine.¬† It is comparable to men‚Äôs prostatic fluid.
Pressure on the G-Spot may make you feel like your need to urinate.¬† Empty your bladder before you start to explore to prevent urination.