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How to find your G spot?

How to find your G spot?
You may have heard about the G spot a lot but do you know where it actually is located? The G spot is often referred to as the magic button that can give a woman lots of pleasure, make her orgasm intensely and even squirt. But how do you find the G spot?

Where is the G spot located?

The G spot is located in the same place for all women - it is a small, rough patch of tissue located about 2-3 inches from the entrance to your vagina on its front wall, which is the side of the vagina that’s closest to your stomach. If you insert a finger into your vagina and run it along the top wall, you should feel a spot that feels different from the rest of it and a bit rough to the touch - that’s your G spot.

Why can’t I find my G spot?

Some women have trouble finding their G spot - don’t worry it’s there. The main reason why you may not be able to find it right away is that you’re not turned on enough - it will be very difficult to find your G spot if you’re not aroused, even if your finger is in the exact place where your G spot is, you won’t really feel any pleasure. On the other hand, if you’re really turned on and you press your G spot, it’s going to feel incredible!

Why do I need to be turned on to find the G spot?

The reason why you need to be aroused to find the G spot comes down to anatomy. The urethral sponge is a part of your body that’s located just above your G spot. The urethral sponge contains the Skene’s gland, which is a gland that fills up with fluid and increases in size as you get turned on. This causes the G spot to also swell and become more sensitive, allowing you and your partner to locate it with ease.

I can’t find my G spot even if I’m really turned on

If you’ve made sure that you’re really aroused before looking for your G spot and still failed every time you tried to find it, the reason might be your Skene’s gland. This gland differs in size from woman to woman - in some women it’s very large and in others it's incredibly small or it might not even be there at all. If your Skene’s gland is too small or if you don’t have one, it might be impossible for your G spot to ever become sensitive. You should still keep trying to find it, but don’t get too upset - you can still chive incredible orgasms from clitoral stimulation, vaginal sex and other sex techniques.