A g-spot orgasm is an intense experience that is both physical and emotional. So much more powerful than the clitoral orgasm, the g-spot orgasm is a full-body sexual experience that can cause a woman to scream in ecstasy, cry tears of intense pleasure, and even release fluid in what is commonly referred to as ‘female ejaculation.’
Yes! The g-spot orgasm can make you squirt!
All women have the potential to experience these earth-shattering orgasms. It just takes a little practice, patience, and knowing where to find it.
Where is the G-Spot?
People often have trouble locating the g-spot in women, because it’s kind of tucked back in there. Unlike the clitoris, it isn’t simply a matter of lifting the labia; you’ve really got to get in there and poke around. The female g-spot is a collection of nerve-endings along the upper wall of the vagina, and behind the clitoris.
How to find the G-Spot
To locate it, lay on your back and insert two fingers into the vagina. Your palm should be facing up. You’re searching for a spot just behind the ridge along the upper vagina. Once your fingers get past that bump, hook your fingers forward in a flicking gestures, as if you’re gesturing for someone to come closer. It may take some time for the sensations to build, but once they do, buckle up!
It’s Important to be Completely Comfortable and Emotionally Vulnerable
While the clitoral orgasm is largely physical, the g-spot orgasm is both a physical and emotional experience. If you are not comfortable with your partner, a g-spot orgasm is unlikely to happen. If you are holding yourself back emotionally at all, you won’t be able to have one.
These orgasms are most likely to occur when you are having sex with someone in a committed relationship. It’s not impossible with casual sex, but it is a lot trickier.
Don’t Stop When You Feel the Urge to Pee!
Because of the g-spot’s proximity to the bladder, many women feel the intense urge to urinate as they get close to achieving a g-spot orgasm. You have to let the urge pass, in order to fully build up to that powerful orgasm.
Try These Positions to Achieve a G-Spot Orgasm During Sex
It’s easiest to achieve a g-spot orgasm if your partner uses their fingers, but if you’re looking for increased intimacy, there are a few positions you can try to have a g-spot orgasm during sex.
Get on top. When the woman is on top, she can adjust the angle and speed as needed. With greater control comes greater chances of hitting that sweet g-spot.
Do it doggy style. This position allows for deeper penetration and it’s easier to get the angle just right.
Most Importantly, Be Patient
A g-spot orgasm can take much longer to achieve than other types of orgasms. Don’t give up if it doesn’t happen right away. This elusive orgasm can often take thirty minutes or more to achieve. But don’t let that stop you, because it will be well-worth the wait.