You’ve heard about the G-spot. Most certainly you have. We hear about it on talk-shows, radio, magazines, but still it's quite possible that you never really knew what it was, and no one ever really told you anything about it, partly because they never knew themselves what the G-spot is.
Here’s what most people know: It’s a spot, it’s in the vagina, some women can orgasm from it. And yeah… that’s it.
The G-spot is actually a G-zone and is the Zeus of sexual mythology. Everyone talks bout him. There are people who affirm his existence and defend it with cape and sword. There are also those who are firm disbelievers of this wonderful spot (zone). Other people are unconvinced and claim they simply don’t know, and rightfully so. But we here at Room Privée will defend it to the death! Why? Because when you feel the pleasure caused by the stimulation of the G-spot, then there is no doubt.
So, what the hell is the G-spot?
The G-spot, G-zone, is one of the main erogenous zones on the female body. It is an extension of the clitoris inside the vagina and located inside it, on the front wall, only 3-5 centimetres from the opening. That means, of course, that you don’t need a penis or a giant toy to stimulate it. When it comes to the G-zone, the size does not matter.
The reason I speak of it as a G-zone is because it’s not a specific magical spot, but an area within the vagina from where the internal clitoris is directly contacted.
The French doctor Pierre Foldés, who is famous for a surgical method that allows repairing the damage caused by female genital mutilation, affirms that there is an important relationship between the G-spot and the clitoris. He also claims that “when the G-spot is pressed, the entire structure of the clitoris and the vagina deforms”, which does not happen when any other point is pressed. Therefore, it is proven that the G-spot functions as the coordinating axis of the vaginal system, which works more rhythmically and flexibly than a penis.
Where did it all being?
Dr. G-spot is Dr. Gräfenberg whose discovery dates back to the 1940s while he studied the female urethra, i.e. he found the G-spot by chance. It never really became a thing until 1982 with the publication of the “The G spot and Other Recent Discoveries About Human Sexuality” which became an international bestseller, appearing on The New York Times bestseller list. Then suddenly the G-spot craze started and we’ve heard of it ever since.
How do I find it?
Ideally, you lie in bed, relaxed, without any stress. Insert two fingers halfway into your vagina. No Google Maps is needed, just do it. It’s easy.
Ok, now what? Gently touch the front wall – i.e. 3-5 cm from the entrance – you’ll feel a slightly rough almond-shaped area. That’s the G-zone. If you find it difficult to locate, it comes as no surprise because 45% of women claim they have difficulties finding it. But now that you know where the zone is, press your fingers upwards, (i.e. towards your bellybutton) in a come-hither motion.
Remember, you’re not trying to find a specific spot, but rather what feels best for you when stimulating this zone. Continue repeating this come-hither motion as the sensation builds focusing specifically in the zone, rather than using an in-and-out movement. You might start to feel how the G-zone start swelling as blood rushes to it when you stimulate it more and becoming more sensitive.
G-spot vibrators are magical toys specifically designed to stimulate our precious G-zone. It can be tiresome to use the fingers on the G-spot, so more often using a specialised vibrator can really do the trick. Like this one here, for example, that is ergonomically curved for the direct stimulation of the G-spot and packed with a powerful motor that delivers intense vibrations.
A good indicator that you’re doing it right – apart form a super intense pleasure – is the feeling of having to pee. Many women stop when they get that feeling, but you don’t really have to, just continue stimulating the zone until the big O arrives!
How about female ejaculation?
In the G-zone are the Skene glands, also called the paraurethral glands, Garter's duct, and female prostate, which are the "culprits" of the famous female ejaculation. When aroused, these glands produce a fluid that is eventually expelled during orgasm in a manner similar to male ejaculation. I guess we’ll need a special post on this one… :p
Now that you know more about the G-spot, there’s nothing else to wait for! Go find it and start playing with yourself :)