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How To Have a G-Spot Orgasm

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Everyone deserves pleasure. This might be a controversial statement to some and a shocking revelation to others, but pleasure is literally built into our anatomy! Our bodies give us feedback so we can feel our way around in this world, and in most cases, we are better off when we’re comfortable and happy. Our stress levels decrease, our capacity to help others and be kind increases, and when we have access to ways of making ourselves happy, we are more likely to share that happiness! One of the most natural ways to derive pleasure is to stimulate our erogenous pleasure zones.

This doesn’t always have to mean we have sex or sexually intimate pleasure. But today, we’re going to focus on one specific sweet spot; the deeply satisfying G-spot.

If you’ve ever wanted to have a deeper, fuller orgasm, stimulating your G-spot will get you there! For those with female anatomy, this can be challenging to do, so we’re here to help you figure it out. The G-spot is located inside the vagina on the front wall (see diagram A). For some women, it isn’t too difficult to reach, but the amount of pressure and the angle required to really stimulate it isn’t easily done with our own hands. For this reason, it’s easier to have a partner help, or to simply use a G-spot stimulating toy!

Want to skip the anatomy and find out how to have a G-spot orgasm? Click here!
Want to see what toys we recommend? Click here!

Diagram A:

The reason the G-spot is so phenomenal is because right behind it is the clitoris! What’s not pictured in the diagram are two things: the Skene’s Gland and the entire clitoris (not just the small, hooded part that you can see on the front of the body called the clitoral glans). The clitoris is actually much larger (see diagram B). Not only is the clitoris larger than what you see externally, it also extends deeper into the body and actually plays an important role in natural lubrication and squirting!

Diagram B:

Squirting Orgasms and the Skene’s Gland

The reason the G-spot is such a sweet spot is because it is located right behind the deep, clitoral nerves. When the G-spot is stimulated in the right way, the Skene’s Gland -often called the “female prostate”- begins to secrete fluid and lubricate the vagina. At the same time, when the soft, walnut-sized tissue of the G-spot is massaged with a “come hither” motion, the clitoris is stimulated as well, resulting in arousal. At this point, the “legs” or crus of clitoris begin to swell much like a penis will swell when aroused and this causes an amazing squeezing sensation for whomever is penetrating this aroused vagina. With enough pressure built up from stimulating the Skene’s Gland, the chances of having a squirting orgasm increase and you may just experience a very satisfying release!

Not every G-spot orgasm results in squirting, however. First of all, you have to be very hydrated for this to happen. You’ll often feel a sensation of “needing to pee” because of the pressure being so close to the bladder, so you’ll also have to be fully relaxed and willing to allow yourself to get wet and release whatever is inside of you building up. But even if it’s only a G-spot orgasm, the type of orgasm from this kind of internal stimulation of the clitoris by massaging that G-spot is intense and can often be full-bodied.

So how do you get a G-spot Orgasm?

If you’ve never had an G-spot orgasm or squirting orgasm by hand or on your own, the easiest way is to use a sex toy with a curved, bulbed end. The 10x Silicone G-Spot Vibrator for example has a round bulb at the end with a 45 degree angle. You’ll want a toy with a curved angle to act as a “hook” to catch the soft, spongy tissue that is your G-spot. The long handle helps you angle it and add pressure as the vibration adds extra stimulation, as well. When you have a toy that is straight instead of curved, the penetrative action doesn’t catch on the G-spot or get deep enough to really press up against the internal nerves of the clitoris, which means you won’t get that satisfying fluid build-up from the Skene’s gland and you won’t feel your clitoris start to engorge and swell in arousal, either.

To read more about G-spot orgasms and different positions you can get in with a partner to enjoy them, check out our article on Orgasm From Penetration: How To Find Your G-Spot and scroll down to the bottom: there are lots of fun pictures that can inspire you and your partner next time you get intimate and want to spice things up!

Not everyone prefers G-spot orgasms, and that’s okay!

The research is pretty abysmal when it comes to women’s pleasure, but what we do know is that each person has a preference. Whether it’s anatomy or psychology, you may enjoy external, clitoral stimulation more than penetrative G-spot stimulation! However, a well-informed partner who knows their body is -in our opinion- the most fun kind of partner to be with! So let yourself try new things, figure out what you like along the way, and enjoy feeling lighter, happier and more satisfied after having a few more orgasms in your life!

A Few of Our Favorite Toys:

A lightweight, powerful vibrator for G-Spot stimulation:
10x Silicone G-Spot Vibrator

A combination clit-suction and G-spot stimulation vibrator:
SheGasm Elevate G-Spot Vibrator

For those who don’t want vibration and really enjoy firm, smooth glass:
Smoky Jade Curved Glass Dildo

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