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What Does a G Spot Orgasm Feel Like?

Unlike clitoral orgasms that feel like a peak, G-spot orgasms are deep and full bodied. They can be triggered by different ways and every vagina is different.

The G-spot is a spongy area tucked underneath the front of your vaginal wall that can be felt with your fingers. It can swell during arousal and might trigger female ejaculation (squirting). Using lube can help you locate your spot more easily.

The G-Spot

The G-spot is a small area of erogenous tissue a few inches along the inner front wall of your vagina. It lives a little bit higher up than the clitoral ridge, but lower than the clitoral bulb and urethra. It is surrounded by sensitive nerve endings, which makes it very pleasurable to stimulate. Whether it’s by yourself or with a partner, playing with the G-spot can lead to climax and orgasm.

The sensations of the G-spot are different than those of the clitoral ridge. Instead of a tingling or pressure feeling, the G-spot is more like a deep, throbbing sensation. It’s also more ridged and fleshy than the rest of your vagina. You can find your G-spot by inserting a lubed finger or two into your vagina, palm facing up and towards you. Stimulate this area with varying speeds and pressures and pay attention to how it feels.

Many women report that they can’t feel their G-spot during masturbation or sex and assume that they don’t have one. However, the G-spot is a lot easier to find if you’re already turned on.

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A common way to get there is by losing yourself in your favorite fantasies about a hot coworker or other attractive person and then touching yourself in ways that turn you on. Use lube to make it even more comfortable, and remember that every vagina is unique.

The Head of the Clit

The part of the clitoris that you can see is called the glans, which looks like a pea or a tiny bud. The glans is a single nub of flesh that’s hooded by wrinkly flaps of inner vaginal skin (the clitoral hood). Behind the glans are two legs of the Y-shaped clitoral bulb, which extend down to the vaginal canal and the urethra. These are called the crura. The crura come in a pair and can double in length when you’re aroused.

If you want to stimulate the G-spot, first use your fingers to find the spot and start by stroking it with gentle pressure. Gradually increase the pressure and then try pushing into the ‘roof’ of your vulva or using a sex toy with a curve that helps you angle towards this internal sweet spot. Remember that everyone’s G-spot is different, so don’t get discouraged if you don’t reach orgasm right away.

If you’re trying to reach a G-spot orgasm with a partner, try the Closed Missionary position. This is a variation of the traditional Missionary position that provides more friction for stimulating your G-spot. You can also try the Doggy-Style position, which can give you deeper penetration but requires a little more coordination. No matter which position you choose, make sure to change angles often so you can explore your G-spot’s potential.

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The Clitoral Axis

Many people are curious about the G spot and how it feels for women to get orgasms with it. While this area is definitely a trigger, it’s not the only place in your vagina that’s capable of delivering sensations of earth-shattering pleasure. If you’re looking for the best chance to reach orgasm with penetration, consider focusing on the clitoral axis.

The clitoral axis is the area in your clitourethrovaginal complex where the clitoris, urethra and vagina all meet up. While there are several structures within this area that can produce pleasurable sensations when stimulated, two structures in particular stand out as potential candidates for the G-spot orgasm: the female prostate and the clitoris.

Some people describe the sensation of orgasm from the clitoral axis as a tingly feeling that’s similar to numbness. This is probably because the glans (the part of the clitoris that you can see) has some spongy texture to it. Adding pressure on the glans can create friction that’s pleasing to some people, and this friction may be what creates the G-spot orgasm.

It’s possible that stroking the glans will arouse you and lead to a G-spot orgasm, but most experts recommend playing with the clitoral axis deeper in the vagina. Try stroking this internal region with your fingers or with your favorite toy, and then use a “come here” motion as you move in and out of the vaginal canal.

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The Pelvic Floor

The pelvic floor muscles form the base of a group of muscles referred to as your ‘core’. These are located in your pelvis and stretch like a hammock from the pubic bone (at the front) to the coccyx or tail-bone (at the back). They work with the deep abdominal (tummy) and back muscles and diaphragm to stabilise and control the pressure inside the abdomen.

The muscles that make up your pelvic floor can be activated by squeezing them tightly. This activates the sphincters that open and close the openings of your urinary tract, vagina and anus. Activating the pelvic floor muscles is important for bladder and bowel control and can help to prevent incontinence of urine or faeces, as well as prolapse. It is also important for sexual function in both men and women with a combination of relaxation and contraction of the pelvic floor muscles contributing to pleasureable sex.

To activate the pelvic floor muscles lie down in a supported position and relax your thighs, buttocks and stomach. Then squeeze the muscles that enclose your anus, urethra and vagina. Imagine you are squeezing to stop the flow of urine or the passing of wind. It should feel tight but not painful. Repeat the exercise a few times to get used to the sensations of engaging and then relaxing the muscles.