Mermaids, elves, and the Tooth Fairy are not real. Does your G-spot fall into this mythical category too?
While everybodyís heard of it and itís supposed to be a magical source of epic orgasms, nobody ever seems to know exactly where it is or how it works. And now a bunch of scientists say it doesnít really exist.
Orgasms stemming from this sensitive area trigger amazing contractions around your uterus that can create multiple orgasmic waves felt throughout the whole body. Theyíre known for being deeper, longer lasting, and stronger than other types of orgasms.
No two women are alike, so youíll have to experiment. Generally speaking, this sensitive area is inside you on the anterior wall (thatís the front) of the vagina between the pubic bone and the cervix. But thatís kind of vague for your vag. Here are some specific instructions on how to find this sensitivity zone on your own or with another person. (Notice that the guide is for finding the G-spot. Confusing? Donít worry about it. The info is still relevant and helpful when looking for your awesome arousal area.)
Consistent pressure is the key to climaxing via this area. It might take a half hour or longer. It might not happen at all. Try to enjoy the journey and donít put pressure on yourself to reach an O this way.
Stimulating this erogenous area might cause you to feel like youíve got to pee. Itíll be intense, but if you work through that I-have-to-pee sensation, they say thatís where the pay off is. Many women report that when you really feel like youíre about to urinate, itís actually a sign that youíre about to reach orgasm.
Some find that persistent attention to this sensitive area becomes more and more pleasurable as the sex progresses, but others donít enjoy the intensity. See for yourself. Either way, the only thing that matters is your comfort and safety, so just do what works for you. And use a fabulously reliable method of birth control if this expedition involves a guy.
Originally published on bedsider.org