G-spot stimulation is a great pleasure for some women; for others, it’s a new, unexplored pleasure spot. If you’re a newcomer to G-spot stimulation, don’t be intimidated. This erogenous zone often needs lots of practice to successfully stimulate it, but the extra effort can be well worth your time. In addition to the G-spot, there’s a range of possible pleasure spots that can be vaginally sensitive. Each woman’s G-spot and pleasure areas will be uniquely situated. Some women even find the back of the vagina wall sensitive. Don’t limit yourself to just one spot!
Initially, the G-spot will feel like a small mass of rigid, firm tissue about the size of a dime. Stroke the upper vaginal wall with your finger, pressing around and feeling for this small mass of tissue. Remember: The vaginal canal doesn’t have many nerve endings. When you experience new, unique feelings, you’ve likely found the G-spot.
The G-spot’s location differs from woman to woman, so take your time and discover the location of your personal pleasure spot. It could take many sessions of playing and experimenting with your G-spot to really feel these sensations from stimulation, so be patient. Some women need to be “filled up” with a G-spot toy to enjoy it.
I hope that helps!! it is certainly worth exploring, so try setting off some additional fireworks over the 4th of July weekend!!