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Does the g-spot exist? The answer is yes! But… there is still a lot of mystery surrounding this erogenous zone. People have different experiences with it (some love it, some don’t), and because there are gaps in scientific research, there are still a lot of unanswered questions about exactly what the g-spot is and how it works. What we do know is that g-spot play is enjoyable for many people.

What Is The G-Spot Made Of?

There are different opinions about what the actual structure of the g-spot is. Some researchers believe the g-spot is a unique structure related to the prostate, while others believe it is an internal part of the clitoris, and some believe it is a combination of both. More research is needed to clarify what the g-spot area is made up of.

How To Find Your G-Spot

To find the g-spot, place a finger inside the vagina and curve the finger tip forward toward the front of the body. The g-spot is about two inches inside the vagina—the exact location is different for different people.

It’s more of an “area” than a “spot,” so instead of looking for a magic button, try massaging around the area and experimenting with the different pressures. Some people can feel a slightly ridged spongy tissue; locating this tissue is a good sign you’re touching the g-spot.

To find the g-spot, place a finger inside the vagina and curve the finger tip forward toward the front of the body. The G-spot is about two inches inside the vagina.

Remember, just because you have found the g-spot doesn’t mean fireworks will start flying! Yes, some people love g-spot play, but others don’t.

Some people find that g-spot play makes them feel like they need to pee, and others find g-spot stimulation intense, and need to take time to find it enjoyable. Be patient, and if you’re playing with a partner, make sure you’re communicating about what feels good and what doesn’t.

G-Spot Play

Unlike the clitoris, which responds to light touch, the g-spot generally requires firmer pressure. To get this pressure you can massage the g-spot with your fingertips, use a g-spot toy, or try a sex position where the penis or strap-on cock presses against the front inside wall of the vagina (try “modified missionary” or “cowgirl”).

Sex Toys For G-Spot Stimulation

There are a range of sex toys designed for g-spot fun. These toys have a curved shape to bend forward and press on the g-spot. They come in vibrating and non-vibrating varieties, and can be made of silicone, hard plastic, metal, glass and other hard materials. Popular g-spot toys include the Lelo Gigi, the We-Vibe, and the Njoy Pure Wand. G-spot toys are more fun with lube, so remember to have a bottle of your favorite lube on hand.

Unlike the clitoris, which responds to light touch, the G-spot generally requires firmer pressure.

It’s helpful to know that g-spot stimulation can make some people squirt, so be aware that this is a possibility and maybe put down a towel! Have fun exploring g-spot sensations.

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The G spot in the vulva, in the vagina is approximately one to three inches towards the front of the body. So if someone were to try and look for the G spot they would go internally inside the vagina and do this sort of come here motion. It's not far, it's not like anyone has to go putting on SCUBA gear to find it or anything like that. It's not, it's not this buried treasure situation. But what usually works for G spot stimulation is direct and constant pressure. During internal sensation it can feel really, really intense for some it might feel like their bladder is being pushed up against and that is partially because that's exactly what's happening.

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It seems like menstruation is slowly becoming more talked about and normalized. It’s about time! Most people with a uterus menstruate at some point in their lives, so why not discuss it? The days of being embarrassed to buy tampons and pads are over. Now there are many more choices like cups and sponges and everything in an abundance of sizes and styles.  

Sex On Your Period Is A-Okay!

Speaking of choice, it’s high time we discussed period sex. Here’s the bottom line, if you want to have period sex, there is no reason not to. If you don’t want to, well then don’t. If you might want to but have some questions, then read on.

If you want to have period sex, there is no reason not to. If you don’t want to, well then don’t.

It’s a lot more fun talking about sex than about cramps, and some people’s libidos are super charged during period days so wanting to have sex while you’re menstruating is a common thing. If this is you, go for it with a few tips on communication, safety and, of course, pleasure.

Start By Discussing Period Sex With Your Partner

Let’s say either you, or your partner, wants to try period sex. Anytime you want to try something new in the bedroom, it’s a good idea to begin with a conversation. Don’t assume - discuss!

Be kind and always talk about how you feel, not how your partner should feel. Listen. If you just quiet down and listen, you’ll be surprised at how much information you are able to receive from your partner.

What Sort Of Period Sex Are You Comfortable With?

Decide on your comfort levels for period sex. Just touching, yes or no to oral, penetration with fingers, or with a toy or penis? Then you have a guide and you will be able to push the envelope through agreement and not surprise.

Safer Sex When Menstruating

Just like other body fluids, your menstrual blood will carry STI’s. It’s always a good idea to make sure you and your partner have been tested. During your period your cervix is higher and more open, so bacteria flows more freely.

Decide on your comfort levels for period sex. Just touching, yes or no to oral, penetration with fingers, or with a toy or penis?

Condoms are still the most effective way to prevent STI’s from spreading. And, yes you can get pregnant during your period, so you should still consider using birth control.

Why Am I Horny When I’m On My Period Anyway?

Remember, it’s normal to feel extra horny after you begin menstruating. Progesterone, which has been building up to help fertilize an egg, is at a low point when you don’t need to fertilize that egg and you get your period. Progesterone lowers libido so your libido builds when progesterone is low. It’s science.

Estrogen and testosterone will soon kick in and put your libido at its high point around week two of your cycle. That’s when you’re most likely to conceive. Get it?

How To Deal With The Blood During Period Sex

Worried about the blood? Did you know that during your entire period, you only release 3-4 tablespoons of blood? It doesn’t all come out during sex either.

During that communication part you may find that neither of you are really bothered by the blood and you’ll both enjoy the added lubrication from more fluids in your vagina. In which case, just put a dark towel underneath you and go for it.

Or, if you want an easier clean up, shower sex is a great option! Let the blood wash straight off down the drain.

Just put a dark towel underneath you and go for it... Or, if you want an easier clean up, shower sex is a great option!

Still not convinced but want to try? Using a menstrual disc or a sponge that sits up high, closer to your cervix, will absorb most of the blood before it flows out of you. These methods are different from a tampon FYI - you do not want to leave a tampon in during penetration! A tampon is great for external play or oral sex though.

Best Sex Positions When On Your Period

Try out different positions to see what feels best when you have your period. Since your cervix moves up a little bit higher during menstruation, the feelings may be different. If doggie style is normally painful, it may not be because of the extra lubrication and higher cervix. Also, missionary style or anything where you’re on your back will result in less blood on the sheets.

Orgasms Can Help Ease Cramps!

There is no biological reason to avoid sex during menstruation. In fact, if you have cramps, sex may be just the thing to lessen them since orgasms release endorphins and help to relax the uterus. Period sex may be a whole new adventure for you. Remember to stay safe, try different positions and use a dark colored towel. The rest is just another sexy exploration. Enjoy!

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