There is a small area in the vagina called the Grafenberg point or G-spot. Where is the point G in women? It is located about 2.5 centimeters inside the vaginal entrance on the upper vaginal wall – closest to the belly button. The G-spot zone is erogenously sensitive, swells slightly during arousal and feels raised or uneven.
Although all women have this tissue, some like it when their G-spots are stimulated and others don’t. And many don’t notice a difference in sensation one way or the other. Many women have orgasms and about 10 percent ejaculate when their G-spots are stimulated.
First things first, you need to know where to look. The G-spot is about four inches in and two inches in the vagina. But all women are different, and you may need to move two cm up and to the right or left. This requires exploration and is best done with your fingers.
And while it’s long been considered a minor mystery of human sexuality, once you find it, you can get that always elusive double clitoris and g-spot orgasm (yes!).
If you are wondering “How to find point G?” read the tips:
Here are some tips on how to find the G-spot:
Stimulating S-Punk can bring tremendous pleasure. Just don’t hesitate to try it.