The Sexpert thinks you should know what and where is the g-spot?
The G-spot is a small, ridged area of spongy tissue found 2-3 inches inside the vagina, on its upper wall, just behind the public bone. The right touch can cause extreme pleasure. The stimulating partner must learn how, where, and what pressure works best. The receiver must train their body to receive the intense pleasure. Stimulation to the g-spot can cause slight discomfort while still a foreign sensation. Some even experience a strong urge to urinate. Don’t fret, simply relax and allow your partner to stroke you to orgasmic bliss. As in men, the woman cannot urinate and ejaculate at the same time.
The key to the g-spot is the curve. Whether it’s a curved finger, curved toy, or angling the pelvis with a sex position pillow; aim towards the pelvic bone. As stimulated, the g-spot will engorge and fill with blood, making it easier to stroke and stimulate.
Some women will ejaculate externally after a g-spot orgasm. This is known as squirting. While usually not as theatric as observed in porn; the sensation is pleasurable nonetheless. Conversely, some women will ejaculate without an external release. In this case, sex; whether manual or via intercourse, will get extra slippery.
The body is like a game of memory; turn over the right set of cards for a match. Just like in memory, you enjoy yourself while trying to get all of the matches. Once you get a feel for where the cards are, it gets easier to win the game.
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