Mapping Your G-Spot Pleasure

The G-spot can be an elusive part of our body, but it doesn’t have to be. The more we understand the G-spot — where it is and how to stimulate it — the more we can maximize our pleasure.

Here to map the G-spot is sex educator Gigi Engle.

So, what even is the G-spot? While some professionals debate whether it even exists, Dr Beverly Whipple pioneered G-spot exploration and pinpointed exactly where it is. The G-spot is part of the clitoral network as it’s the anterior wall of the clitoris. The clitoris is largely an internal structure shaped like a wishbone. The exposed part of the clit is the little nub at the top of the labia minora and is protected by the clitoral hood. When you’re aroused, blood flows to the vulva and the clitoris becomes erect and more exposed. The G-spot, which is more of an area than a spot, is made of the tissue that surrounds the urethral sponge and is located inside the vulva, about two to three inches into the vaginal canal. It’s about the size of a walnut and is right behind the pubic bone toward your belly button.

You can touch the G-spot internally through the vagina by making a come hither motion. Some find G-spot stimulation very pleasurable, while others don’t. Everybody is different. G-spot stimulation can also cause squirting to happen. Squirting is when the Skene’s glands expel the liquid. Though it comes out the urethra, and some urine may come out, the fluid is alkaline and is more similar to prostate fluid than urine.

When (and if) you orgasm, you can either have a G-spot orgasm or a clitoral orgasm. How and if your body orgasms, and what you like, is totally subjective. One in three women reports being able to orgasm just from penetration. The rest report needing clitoral stimulation. No matter how you do or don’t orgasm, sex toys can be a helpful aid. There are toys specially made for G-spot stimulation, like the Ovo Rabbit, which has a curve meant to reach the G-spot. It’s made with medical-grade silicone, is bendable and has various speeds. You can also try other Rabbit toys meant to stimulate the G-spot and clitoris at once. Fun Factory has G-spot wands or G-spot vibrators.

Whether or not you’re into toys and G-spot stimulation is up to you. Everyone is different, so it can be a good idea to experiment alone or with a partner to figure out what works for you and what doesn’t. But even if you’re not into G-spot pleasure, it’s good to understand the anatomy of your G-spot and why it’s a beautiful part of you.

Video transcript

Hi and welcome to mapping your G-spot pleasure. I'm Gigi Engle, I am a sex educator, journalist and soon to be sex coach. And I'm really excited to be here to talk about the G-spot, which is one of my favorite topics to talk about even though pretty much anything that is related to sex is my favorite thing to talk about. So I feel like I say that at the beginning of every one of these streams, but today we're gonna be talking all about the G-spot. Talking about what it is, that's a very important concept. Not very many people know what it is, or where it's located, or how to find it, and a lot of people who think they do know where to find it, or where it's located, are incorrect about that. So I feel like this will be very helpful for people who are curious about that. We're also gonna talk about some of my favorite toys that I love for G-spot stimulation. Why G-spot stimulation toys are different from clitoral stimulation toys that are focused on clitoral stimulation. Why they're shaped the way that they're shaped and that'll make more sense when we talk more about the anatomy stuff. We're gonna talk a little bit about squirting, hopefully I'll have time to get to that. There's a lot of confusion about squirting, and we'll talk about how that relates to the G-spot, very exciting stuff. So I'm really excited to be here. I'm so excited to have all of you guys here. Our wonderful moderator today is Justin and he is going to be dropping in some links to the toys that I'm recommending. Some of the resources that I have recommended for you guys to learn a little bit more because obviously supplemental information is really important when we don't have a lot of sex ed. in the world, and in America, and people don't know this kind of stuff. Which is one of the reasons O.school is such an exciting platform as a place for sex educators and pleasure professionals like me to engage with an audience and be able to teach you guys about this kind of pleasure based sexuality that we all deserve to have in our lives. So I'm just gonna give people a little more time to get into the chat and if you are on Instagram watching this, that's great, like I love streaming from Instagram, but it's hard for me to engage with the chat on Instagram because everything moves so quickly. So if you actually want to come in and talk with me during the workshop, go to O.school. You can put it in on your browser, whether it's on your mobile phone, or your computer, or whatever you are streaming from currently, that's where you'll be able to get all the great links that are available, and also you'll be able to have a conversation with me, which is a lot more fun than just kind of observing, 'cause one of the things that makes these workshops so much fun and makes it really great for me, is to be able to answer your questions and have a dialogue, and a conversation about sexuality and about G-spot particularly for this stream. So if you're in the Instagram live right now and you're watching it, feel free to hang out but if you want to engage with me or you want to get access to the links that Justin our wonderful moderator is gonna be dropping in then you should come into the actual O.school live chat box. We have Kelly and Justin in the O.school live stream right now. Hi guys, thank you for being here and supporting me. I appreciate you, love you, thank you for being here. So I'm so excited to talk about the G-spot, it's just like a very interesting piece of anatomy, or just the area of the body, and I hope you guys will come into the O.school interface and actually come and talk to me because people have so many questions about the G-spot and some of the stuff I'm talking about may illicit some inquiries in your mind. You might be like, wait a second but like, I don't know what that means, or why does that work that way? Or maybe you've had questions for a long time that you want answered. So if you have a question, jump in and let's talk about it, 'cause no questions are off limits. As I said before our wonderful moderator today is Justin, and he's gonna be dropping in a lot of amazing links, and you know making sure this conversation stays sex positive and educational, and that anyone who wants to get weird in the comments, and be creepy, you're gonna get booted. So let's keep it positive, let's keep it informative and fun, and I'm really excited to chat with all of you and answer your questions about the G-spot because it's such a fascinating, interesting, piece of sexual anatomy and pleasure, in female bodied people. So without further ado, let's talk about the G-spot. The first thing we're gonna do, is talk about what a G-spot actually is. Because a lot of the time, Hi Gray, welcome! Your first day here, oh this is your first live stream! Oh I'm so excited! I hope that you love it! I hope that you love it and I hope that you learn a lot. So let me know if you have any questions, 'cause I'm happy to answer them, and share my knowledge with you about the G-spot. Gray is in the interface on O.school, so you guys on Instagram should go to O.school and come and engage with me. So I hope you learn a lot, that's the goal. So the first thing we're gonna do, is we're gonna learn actually what the G-spot is. Because there's a lot of conflicting information out there, about the G-spot and people, a lot of professionals especially will debate on whether or not the G-spot even exists, and it does exist, pretty conclusively, Dr. Beverly Whipple, is kind of the original pioneer on the G-spot. She wrote an amazing book, The G-spot, in the 70's that sort of pinpointed where this area of sexual pleasure actually is located. Now there's a lot of tension around the G-spot, and the reason for that is because of the clitoris, and people thought that there was this long thought belief, and that's still very much prevalent in today's society, that's like, if you can't have a vaginal orgasm, there must be something wrong with you, and like the ideal orgasm, which is obviously a bullshit term, is to be able to have an orgasm with your partner, to be able to have an orgasm during sex, and during penetrative sex, like P in the V classic heterosexual sex, and so the discovery of the G-spot, or I should say the revelation around the G-spot, sort of created this new, or sort of rehashed some of those old stereotypes and some of those old troupes, where it was like, oh, now the G-spot exists so vaginal orgasms is possible, so forget about the clitoris, so that was like the big fear. But we can't forget about the clitoris, the clitoris is just as important as the G-spot and to complicate matters further, the G-spot actually is a part of the clitoral network. The clitoris is actually enormous, it can be up to four to five inches in some women. It's much bigger than the nub your gonna see on the outside of the vulva, where it looks like a little rosebud on the tip top of the labia minora, that's only the part that you can see on the outside. It has legs that are called crura and it has vestibular bulbs and those reached out on the inner sides of the labia and into the abdomen. The penis and the clitoris are actually very similar, they're very analogous in their anatomical make up, they're made from the same erectile tissue. So if you flipped a clitoris on the outside of the body, it would be very similar to a penis and so people don't know this. How does that relate to the G-spot? So the G-spot, oh I have to introduce you to my friend. I totally, this is very important for the whole anatomical discussion, so if you've been to my live streams before you've already met my friend Valerie, Valerie the vulva, who is my favorite friend to bring into discussions of anatomy, discussions of sexual pleasure and sex ed. Because she's beau-c-ful and a great way to demonstrate the physical anatomy of the vulva in female bodied people. So the clitoris, so the tippy top of the clitoris is here, as you can see this is obviously not an anatomically size correct vulva, this is a actual puppet, like I have my hand in here, and I can actually make her talk to you. So this is an artistic representation. I always like to preface with that because when I do use anatomically correct structures, it's for that purpose, this is more to illustrate where everything is located, and show you the areas that we're talking about in this workshop. Again, if you wanna come join us in the O.school interface, it's O dot school, we've got some great liveliness going on in here and I wanna be able to answer your questions and its really hard for me to keep up on Instagram so if you want to talk to me, ask questions, chat about whatever you want to chat about the G-spot, toy recommendations, get some of the links our wonderful moderator Justin is dropping in, come join us in there. Okay so the clitoris. Back to the clitoris. It's always back to the clitoris as it always should be I think, I feel like if things aren't really circling back to a discussion about the clitoris, you should rethink your life. Just sayin'! Okay so the clitoris in this, on Valerie the vulva is right here, well this is the clitoral hood, which is analogous to like the foreskin of an uncircumcised penis. So it protects the clitoris, and you can obviously stimulate the clitoris over the hood, or inside the hood. Now you're not gonna see, these are the inner labia, and you're not gonna see the rest of the clitoris, the crura, the legs, or the vestibular bulbs, in this structure because it would be located inside, now I love using Valerie for G-spot explanatory purposes, because even though you can't see the G-spot on the outside of the vulva in real life, the G-spot is represented by this beautiful piece of lace here in this little rose here. So the G-spot is actually, and like Valerie fully has a vaginal canal, so the G-spot is actually located inside the vulva, about two to three inches in to the vaginal canal, and if you do sort of a rocking horse, or like come hither motion into the vaginal canal, you can kind of see the artistic representation, it pops out, and you end up putting it in there, and that's exactly where it is. That's where you find the G-spot. The G-spot itself is not so much a spot, so that's kind of a misnomer, it's more of an area. It's the tissue that surrounds the, sorry, I lost my train of thought for a second there, I was like, what am I talking about. Okay, it is the tissue that surrounds the urethral sponge and it's a very pleasurable area when stimulated for some vulva owning people. Now do keep in mind, put her down for a minute, do keep in mind that for some people, having G-spot stimulation actually isn't pleasurable, or just doesn't work for them. Every persons body is different, you know, some male bodied people are interested in having their balls played with and some aren't. Some just aren't into that. Some male bodied people like having a finger in their butt to stimulate the prostate or to stimulate the anal opening, some aren't into that, same with women, some are into anal stimulation, some aren't. So some people are into vaginal stimulation, I mean, yeah vaginal orgasm, and G-spot orgasm and some just like don't like that, that much and prefer clitoral stimulation, and some people prefer a combination of the two. Every person's different, whatever you're into, never yuck someone's yum. So, you know, full disclosure, we're not sex shaming anybody and if you can have vaginal orgasms that's great! If you don't have orgasms vaginally but need clitoral stimulation and have them in tandem, awesome! If you have them just during oral sex or during masturbation, also totally fine, your body's normal, your body's beautiful, and a magical and interesting vessel of pleasure and wonder. So never feel broken, never feel like you're missing out on something, 'cause you're absolutely not, and everything in porn, and everything in the media is pretty much designed to make you feel like you're inadequate in some way. That your body's broken in some way. That it's not doing something it's supposed to be doing. So don't listen to any of that bullshit. Your body's perfect and amazing and however you derive pleasure that's the way you should derive pleasure. I just want to remind everybody before I get a little more into the way that the G-spot is connected to the clitoris, that Justin is our moderator today, and so he's going to be keeping everything sex positive and keeping the conversation going. I really would love to interact with you guys and answer questions, so if you jump onto O.school, put that into your browser, whichever that may be mobile or desktop, I would love to be able to answer your questions because they're so many things that people want to know about the G-spot and I know, well I wouldn't say I know every, I was about to say I know everything about G-spot's. I certainly don't. See that's the beautiful thing about being a sex educator, you learn something new everyday. But I know a lot! So I would love to be able to interact with you guys. Also if you guys are in the O.school interface and you're feeling generous there is a tip jar in the bottom right hand corner and o.school splits all the tips 50-50 with pleasure professionals like myself, which makes it possible for me to be here and teach these classes every week, because you know money makes the world go round, just like orgasms do. Which brings me back, to the clitoris. Okay so how are the G-spot and the clitoris connected. Well actually the G-spot is the, as we said, the tissue, We? Me! What I said, is the tissue that surrounds the urethral sponge. It's more of like an area and less of like a spot. So some people who, as I said, you insert two fingers and you kind of do a come hither motion, it's sort of a walnutty patch that's behind the pubic bone. You can even pull somebody by it, a lot of the time, if your doing this sort of pinpointed stimulation and it's more of an area, so some people like, a wide range of stimulation, some like a very pressure pinpointed stimulation of that area, and it is actually connected to the clitoral network because it's the back wall of the clitoris, the anterior wall of the clitoris. So as I said we're gonna bring out Valerie again. It's always a good day when Valerie gets to be a part of these workshops. It's like the anterior wall of the clitoris, so the clitoris has the crura, the legs that you can't see in this representation, that are here' and then this is the top of the clitoris, so when you stimulate the G-spot which is behind the pubic bone, when you do the come hither motion, you're actually stimulating that back part of the clitoris. So even G-spot orgasms and vaginal orgasms are clitoral orgasms, so, you know, fun facts. If you didn't know that you're welcome. Everything is rooted in the clitoral network. So it's all just like a magical, connected, wonderful, body of pleasure expelling organs. So what does the area have to do with the urethral sponge? You might be wondering that. So has anybody? You guys have heard of squirting? I assume, you know, you see it in porn, it's really exaggerated and if you ask any sex worker or porn professional about squirting you will learn that most of the time it's faked. They'll squeeze water into their vaginal canal and then when the cameraman says, okay now we're getting the shot, to let out they just release it, so that whole like, fire hose squirting thing, does actually happen for some women, that is a/can be a thing that happens for you and if that does happen for you that's fucking awesome and like good for you, that's really cool, that's nothing to be embarrassed about, squirting is sweet, it doesn't mean that there's anything wrong with you if you can't squirt though or you don't squirt. Technically, every woman has the anatomical ability to squirt but not every woman does. They just don't. What happens with squirting is that when your having a lot of G-spot stimulation around the urethral sponge, there is a set of glands called the skeins glands, and when those fill with liquid and then are stimulated during G-spot stimulation, they can expel the liquid, and that's what squirting is. And it does come out of the urethra so, that's kinda where that whole is squirting pee? Is it not pee? What's going on, I'm very confused, and I can understand why somebody would think that squirting would be pee because it comes out of the urethra, so your like it's coming out of the same hole, it's gotta be pee, but it's actually not pee and that's where it gets complicated. Okay so when you squirt, the fluid that is expelled does contain components of urine, it has uric acid which is a component of urine, but it's actually much more similar to prostate fluid, which is one of the components, one of the two main components in semen, in male bodied people. So it's actually an alkaline fluid that is expelled through the urethra during G-spot orgasm that is, contains a couple of the same chemicals as urine, but it's not urine. But that being said, some people do actually pee a little bit, during G-spot orgasms. That doesn't always happen but like since you're so close to the urethral sponge sometimes a little pee does come out and again that doesn't happen for everybody who squirts, and that doesn't happen for everybody who doesn't squirt, and it's sometimes pee, but it's not always pee, it's usually this alkaline fluid that has uric acid in it. It's clear and has been described as a bit sweet. So that is basically what squirting is. It's not really pee, it's not pee. So if you think that you pee yourself when your squirting and you get really embarrassed, I mean even if it is pee, who fucking cares, like own your shit, being able to squirt during sex, that's fucking hot, and anybody who's like, oh my God ewe, you peed, you squirted during sex, don't fuck that person again, 'cause that's like real boring. Should be like, I squirted that's awesome, I have female ejaculation, that's sic, and my body is a temple, you should be worshiping it. Boots says I thought it was pee the first time. Yeah I think a lot of people think that it's pee the first time. Now that being said, I personally can't squirt, and I'm so, that's why I'm kind of like on a rant about it, I'm so jealous of people who can. It is so sexy when one of my female partners can squirt, I'm likeI'm so jealous of this and also it's like, for me, if I can make somebody squirt it is like the ultimate accomplishment, I am like yaas, but then again, if you're making somebody orgasm in general, you should feel really good about it. But there's something just like when you can physically, manifestly see somebody expelling female ejaculate. That's hot, for me anyway. May not be for everybody. Remember just don't be embarrassed of your body because your body does amazing crazy shit, and it's awesome, and no matter how you orgasm or how you experience pleasure, you should be stoked about that. So live your life, enjoy your body, and don't be embarrassed. If you do like, soak the bed when you have G-spot orgasms, if you're a person who has G-spot orgasms and you're a person who also squirts, there's like, so many intersections here, like a vin diagram or it could be like and then this is where you might squirt and have a G-spot orgasm, maybe a G-spot orgasm and not squirt, it's like a you know. Yeah, so don't be embarrassed of your body, your body's awesome and embrace it and live your life. But if you do have squirting that's awesome, if you don't then you don't. I actually went on this, sort of personal journey for Marie Clare when I was doing investigating, to see if I could teach myself to squirt, 'cause I was like this is something I want to learn how to do and I spent like weeks trying to do it, and did everything I'm supposed to do according to other sex coaches, and sexologists, and sex therapists, and sexological body workers, who are giving me all of this advice and I just couldn't do it! I couldn't do it, I did everything I was supposed to do, wasn't gonna happen and I have since moved on and you know, my body's awesome and I have great orgasms. Who cares if I squirt or not? You shouldn't either. Such is life. Okay, so now we're gonna talk a little bit about G-spot toys 'cause G-spot toys are super, super, fun. Soon as I have some water. Remember if you wanna be involved in the conversation to jump into the O.school interface then I can chat with you. Gray says, so you just said not everyone can squirt. So not everyone can squirt. Everyone has the anatomical ability to squirt but not everybody does. Not everybody's skeins gland expels the fluid. It's just not, some people do and some people it just doesn't happen for them, and take it from somebody who's done a lot of investigating into whether or not you can teach yourself how to do it and I could not do it and it's just like some people do and some people don't. It's just another one of those things where it's like, oh now I can't squirt, so there must be something wrong with me in another way, it's another way to shame female bodied people and sexuality in general, 'cause there's one more thing that you can't do. If you can't squirt, it's whatever, if you can squirt, it's whatever! Embrace what your body can or can't do and love it and if you can't have clitoral orgasms, find another clit. Get off through vaginal stimulation and get your nipples involved in on it, find other erogenous zones. There are ways to enjoy pleasure that don't involve these classic or normal, normal I use very lightly, I would say typical ways of having orgasms. So yeah, everybody technically can squirt, not everybody does, and yeah, that's just basically how it works, the magical and mysterious world of sexual pleasure and sexual anatomy. It's like some shit just doesn't make sense. Just like some people have prostate orgasms and some people don't, technically all male bodied people have the anatomical ability to have a prostate orgasm but not everybody does. It's just like okay, and then you just move on, that's life. Okay, let's talk about some toys that I like. Okay quickly, I love how openly and freely you speak about this. Thank you so much Piggy Leah, Layla, Piggy Layla, I don't know how to say that but I'm hoping that's right. Thank you for your wonderful comment, I appreciate you and I appreciate you for being here. Thank you for listening and being a part of our conversation. Let's talk about some toys because if you've been in my classes before you know that sex toys are my jam. There my favorite thing to talk about beside the G-spot, and besides anatomy, besides anything that has to do with sex, so you know the list is vast, bear with me, let's live our lives. So one out of three women can have, pretty much these numbers are up for debate, there's a lot of studies coming out, but like one in three women can have vaginal orgasms just from P in the V, and you know I'm gonna bring out sumptin scary for y'all. So here's my giant dildo! We're gonna pretend this is a penis. So obviously vaginal sex is like this, right? And it's like classic entry sex. Now the problem with vaginal only sex without having any clitoral stimulation is when you have P in the V sex, you're not, oh I have 'em like, the very strong kegals Valerie, you're not getting that clitoral stimulation. So most women, most women, like 70% of women, 70% of female bodied people, not necessarily just women, need to have additional clitoral stimulation when they're having penetrative sex. Some women have the vaginal orgasms it's usually because their G-spot's able to be stimulated during vaginal sex or their clitoris is closer to the vaginal opening, allowing them to either grind against their partners pelvic bone, or the shaft of the penis is able to stimulate the clitoral glans, and then in some cases it's also that the penis or whatever is giving you the vaginal stimulation is reaching up and is able to reach the G-spot, which as we said is two to three inches inside of the vaginal canal and is up behind here. So when you go deep with a penis, it's not going to naturally, kind of like, hook up that way and get your G-spot in most cases, which is one of the reasons that you don't really get that G-spot stimulation straight up just through intercourse, and just like regular fucking. I can't remember, I used the word, the words regular, and normal, and typical, kind of loosely here. What I kind of mean is like, the shit we see, normally. The shit we see on a day to day basis, and like mainstream porn, and like what we've been taught to understand as like, normal sexuality. There's no such thing as normal sexuality, the only thing normal about sexuality is how varied it is. So yeah, so that's kind of where G-spot toys are coming into this. You might like G-spot stimulation but you can't get it during vaginal penetration with a penis, or with a straight dildo. This one's pretty curved, this one's pretty curved so, you might be able to, you'd probably be able to get what you need with that, but also you're able to maneuver it with your hand which a lot of time if you're using your penis or strap on that's attached to your body, you don't have the same control as you would if you were holding something. Which is where G-spot fun, G-spot toys come in it. I'm gonna be putting in a ton of recommendations, well not a ton, like three, yeah, like three. Like three? No. Like four, I have like four recommendations. Justin has them he would know better than me. Justin's our moderator by the way who is keeping this conversation sex positive and funky fresh for everybody listening. But he's gonna be dropping in some recommendations so if you want to get a recommendation and you wanna be able to buy some of the toys that I'm gonna be recommending, I suggest jumping into the O.school interface, that's O.school. You can put it into your phone or your laptop or computer, or whatever you are, you know, Ipad or whatever you are currently streaming this live stream on Instagram. If you're already in the O.school interface that's amazing, you're already set up and ready to go. Remember to ask questions, if there's anything that your not clear about, if there's anything that you need me to explain a little bit further, I am happy to do so. I sometimes forget how, what people may or may not know. So I can skip over stuff and not realize it and that's just like the way of the world and I'm happy to be a part of this conversation with you and be able to answer your questions and clarify things for you because that's really what's the most important thing here. It's not about me spewing off everything I know about the G-spot, and being like, this is a G-spot and this is where it is, and this is how you touch it. It's like, do you have questions, and what do you want to know? Because I want to help you be clear and walk away from this feeling good about yourself. Oh, Carrie, Not sure this is allowed but I'm a Pure Romance consultant and we have great toys. Carrie feel, I'm recommending a couple of things that I really like personally, I don't have any Pure Romance toys on me, email me after if you wanna send me samples and then who knows maybe you'll end up in one of theselive streams. But if you have links, feel free to drop them in, this is a very interactive discussion. I know Pure Romance has great toys, so if you have G-spot toys that you'd like to recommend, feel free to drop in some links. I am so down for people to be recommending stuff that they personally like, because this is not so much, this is not like sponsored by anybody, this isn't like me trying to sell you a product, it's like I wanna make sure that you have, you as the people involved in this discussion, have good recommendations and actually can walk away with this, with tangible tools that you can use or not use. You can use plenty of hand stimulation to get a G-spot but if you wanna have a toy, I want you to be able to have access to that. So anyway, really long winded. Carrie Ann Tata you have some, go ahead and drop some shit in there, 'cause like the more the people who can recommend toys, the better as long, I have a couple of requests. As long as your, I don't know what you recommend Tata, but as long as your toys are made from good materials, that are with medical grade silicone and, or are made of stainless steel, or elastomer, or hard plastic. I don't want any shitty products recommended in my stream. Which I assume you probably don't have shitty products so feel free to drop those in. Sorry to be like a little negative Nancy there, but people sell really shitty stuff sometimes and I'm always blown away by it. I'm sure you guys don't, Pure Romance doesn't I know that. But it's like you don't wanna fuck that up. Okay so the first thing we're gonna talk about, Justin has dropped a bunch of links in here that I've sent him earlier, which are for me toys that I really like, toys that I have used and recommended for a long time that I love. So here we are. First thing we're gonna talk about, what do I, what is the first thing that we have in here? Ah the Ovo. Okay, so this is one of my new favorites, the Ovo Rabbit. The Ovo Rabbit's one of my favorites for a lot of reasons, it really gets, it doesn't have the exact same curve that a lot of G-spot toys that I'm gonna show you have, but if you, but it's got a lot. It's really easy to use. I'm gonna hold this up so you guys can see it. It has really easy to use buttons, you can change the speed, the power buttons right here, you can change the rhythm with these little arrows and then you can make it go faster or slower with the plus or minus button and you know with sex toys it's like, if you're in the heat of the moment, or you're doing solo play and you don't want to deal with the fact that the buttons are complicated. So it's good when it's very straightforward. The thing I love about the Ovo is that it's made from medical grade silicone and it's super, super, soft as you can see here, it's so squishy, like so squishy, and like super, super bendable. So you can really get in there and we'll use Valerie as a example, you can really get in there and get that G-spot stimulation because it's so bendable, and it's super, super soft, so even when it's lubed up, it's just like the best and it has these ridges here, that allow for a more granulated texture. So if you like a little more, harder kind of textuary, stimulation, it'll be something that you're into. Again this is is all like, all toys are very different, and if you're not into that, you know, it might not be for you. But the thing I love about Rabbit toys, there are a lot of rabbit toys that I really fucking hate, there so creepy and weird looking. Does anyone remember that episode from Sex and the City, where Charlotte gets addicted to the Rabbit toy, and that rabbit was fucking scary, with creepy little ears and it was definitely made of jelly, and I was like not into that. I love this rabbit because it's not terrifying. It's like, pretty and it's light blue, pretty fashionable. I'm clearly like your local neighborhood femme, so I'm like I want my toys to be cute. But the thing about the rabbit is that when it is inserted into the vaginal canal, we're gonna have this vaginal canal, so you can see it gives you that clitoral stimulation. So you get all the stimulation all at once, and for those of you who like tandem stimulation of both the anterior wall of the clitoris, a.k.a. the G-spot or the G-spot area and also the clitoral glans, we're showing you here on Valerie, you see? You can get both. So that's one of the great things about a rabbit toy. There are lots of different rabbit toys. So far in my, I might change my mind on a daily basis, but right now the Ovo Rabbit is my favorite. If you want a link, Justin has dropped one into the interface if you scroll down. We also have amazing recommendations from Carrie who is a Pure Romance consultant, she's droppin' some links in, which is awesome, and the more products that you guys can have access too, the better, but these are all great recommendations so you know. It's really whatever tickles your fancy. Also this vibrates, so I don't know if I mentioned that. Not all G-spot toys vibrate, which is kind of the next thing we're gonna talk about. Vibration on the G-spot can feel really great, but some people are not necessarily into G-spot stimulation that is with vibration. Oh Christina555 can you go over how to reach a G-spot manually? Sure let's do that really fast. So if you are just tuning in, and you weren't here for how to get to a G-spot with, well you would do the same way to reach it with a toy but if you want to know how to get to the G-spot manually because some people you know aren't into sex toys, or don't want to use them, or wanna try manual stimulation and a sex toy or you know, whatever. If you wanna know how to reach the G-spot manually, so this is Valerie the vulva, these are the inner labia, this is the vaginal canal here, you can literally climb all the way in there. The G-spot is not visible on the outside of the vulva but you can see it here as an artistic representation as this little thing. This little piece of lace. These are amazing hand made puppets from Wonderess Vulva puppet by the way, if you ever want one of these, they're great and I highly recommend them, they're amazing. Valerie is my bitch. So like, and it goes inside which is like also great for just like anatomical showing of like what I'm doing. So the G-spot is right here, and you do a rocking horse or a come-hither motion into the vaginal canal. It's about two to three inches inside the vaginal canal. It's kind of a velvety walnutty kind of patch and it's also like an area. So maybe somebody wants wide stimulation or they want really intense located stimulation. I find that if you have long nails like me, more generalized stimulation is a safer bet, so you don't hurt anybody, but it really depends on the person you're talking to. Communication, communication, talk to the person you're having sex with, talk to the person with the vulva, talk to yourself if your doing it to yourself and be like, is this what I want? Does this feel good? Try new things. Always communicate what you like with every persons body it's different. So I hope I answered your question Christina. If you have more questions give me a shout out if you have more questions. So first toy we went over was the Ovo, . does anyone have any questions about this? 'Cause I'm gonna move on to the next one, but if you do have questions drop them into the Oface, Oface? O.school interface so that I can answer them for you, because this is like a really fun toy, it's like so squishy and magical, it's such a friendly toy, I really like it. The next one we're gonna talk about is a little more on the adventurous side. The Ovo's very sleek, it's kind of got this sort of sexy, sophisticated vibe? How do they describe it? Our award winning toys are designed with the versatility and pleasure in mind, perfect for individuals, or couples to safely, discreetly, luxuriously, enhance their relationship. Like, puke, but also you know what I mean, it's like a sleeker toy. Now for those of you who are a little more funky and wanna use something that's a little more crazier. Well I won't say crazier, I'll say a little more advanced and I won't say even advanced, I would just say it sort of looks more advanced, 'cause some people want toys that are sleeker, simpler, more versatile, and definitely may or may, well that definitely is a vibrator, but you know, may or may not be a vibrator. If your mom comes over and is hanging out and she ends up going through your drawers, as mom's tend to do, and then she opens your drawer and she's like oh, what's this? There's no way in fucking hell your mom's gonna open your drawer and not know that that's a vibrator. Like that's 100% a vibrator. This is from Fun Factory, it's called the Moody, which cracks me up, because it's like this thing makes me moody, this thing would get me out of any moody mood that I'm in. It's like super rigged, it's got this really interesting sort of stegosaurus like, bottom to it, as you can see. I'm gonna hold this up so you guys can see it, and it's got this very pinpointed tip here, which is perfect for G-spot stimulation, so you can get in and hook it up and get that G-spot stimulation. If you like deep, deep penetration, this can reach the clitoris but you have to go all the way in, and it's not like that, it's not like that long. I mean here compare it to my giant dildo, it's like a baby compared to that. But you know this is sort of like your quintessential terrifying vibrator that you see in movies, where you're like, um, that's kind of a lot. But it's fun, it's fun and cute and I'm obsessed with it. So it works really well, it has really intense vibration. One of the great things about G-spot toys is that you can simultaneously, I mean not simultaneously, 'cause it would be using on your G-spot but you can use them also for your clitoris, so it's like your killing two birds with one stone, so if your somebody who like vaginal stimulation and G-spot stimulation as well as clitoral stimulation, which I think a lot of us do, it can be used for both. So you buy a G-spot toy and then you have a clit vibrator and a G-spot toy, so it's like a very economical choice. So that's a good way to do it. So those are like vibrating toys, and you know vibration is great for some but it is not ideal for others. Now I don't have a wand available with me, I have a stainless steel wand but, I have a thousand sex toys, and honestly I don't even know where it went. So we're just gonna talk about it 'cause I don't know where it is. If you wanna see the wands that I'm gonna be talking about, Justin has dropped some links in, it is the standard glass, vibrate, not vibrator, it's not a vibrator, standard glass wand from Babeland, and then Njoy Pure G-spot wand that is made of steel. So a little bit about why a stainless steel G-spot stimulator? So it's basically, it's an actual wand that is made of stainless steel, it is very heavy, and it's like why would you want that. What is it about a stainless steel object that feels good about the G-spot? And it's because some people, some female bodied people enjoy a really heavy or intense weighty stimulation when they're having G-spot stimulation and a stainless steel toy is very large, not large, it's heavy, well it can be large, depends on the wand you're using, but it's heavier, they're like a weight, so you get really targeted, like heavy, thuddy stimulation. So for somebody who's interested in that type of stimulation but doesn't necessarily like vibration it's a great option. Another option that's great about a stainless steel toy in general is that they're super easy to clean. You can throw that in a pot of boiling water, or a lot of times the dishwasher and then one and done, you don't have to worry about it, as opposed to soap and water and dealing with all of that. You can just be like, oh pot of boiling water, I'm done with that, and then you're over it. The other G-spot wand that is in the, in the O.school interface, I keep like not being able to say O.school interface today, but Justin dropped it in, it is the glass dildo G-spot wand from Babeland. It's actually one of the first G-spot wands that I've ever owned, they're really, really pretty if you want to click on the link that's in the O.school interface and check it out, they're really, really pretty and they look like, you know when you're like, If you've ever been to Venice Beach, and you're walking along and you see those amazing glass blowers who are doing the artistic glass blowing, they look exactly like that. They have like designs, and they're really pretty and you can pick one that's perfect for you, but you might be asking yourself, what the fuck are you talking about a glass G-spot wand inside of my vagina, that sounds like a terrible idea. It's actually not, they're very safe, as long as you don't drop it and it doesn't get any cracks in it. You have to be more careful with it, I think that's pretty self explanatory. If you drop a glass G-spot wand you have to pick it up and be really thorough in examining it, if it has any chips or any missing pieces don't use it, 'cause you'll end up cutting your vulva and that's no fun for anybody. But as long as your safe with them and use them with care, as you really should with all your sex toys because they are pretty pricey and they are high quality, hopefully the ones your buying are high quality. Only buy high quality sex toys. You have to be careful with them and treat them with care and kindness. Again, it's the same with the stainless steel toy, a glass toy you can drop in a pot of boiling water, or you can sometimes wash them, depending on the designs that are painted on them, you can wash them on the top rack of the dishwasher, which is really convenient and easy, and a lot of time with sex toys, convenience can be a game changer, 'cause if you use them a lot it's like pain in the ass, it's like cleaning your sex toys kind of annoying, so the easier the better sometimes. So that can be a big pull for some of those G-spot wands. So that's pretty much the types of G-spot wands that you can use essentially. And then of course there's manual stimulation. Carrie says I know the Auroras the best it has glitter. Yeah, I mean glitter, glitter on your beautifully adorned sex toys is amazing. I love me a good high quality G-spot wand that has decoration and is beautiful, and makes me feel good about myself and makes me feel confident. Your sex toys are supposed to be beautiful objects that represent the vitality and fantastic expression that is your phenomenal sexuality. So buy sex toys that make you feel good about yourself and that you love and that you think are hot and sexy and that turn you on. That's what's fun about sex toys, it's like they can be as unique as your personality, there are literally a gajillion different kinds. That might be an exaggeration. The numbers are there, don't Google them. So that's pretty much everything I have to say about O.school, oh not O.school, G-spots but also O.school. O.school is doing a promo right now with SheVibe. They make great vibrators, if you go to their G-spot section you'll find some really good stuff, they have a 10% off if you use the promo code O.school. So if you are looking to buy some of these I think SheVibe actually has Fun Factory, which is this one, I'm not sure if they have Moody, but all of Fun Factory's G-spot wands or G-spot vibrators are amazing. Again we have the Fun Factory G-spot vibrator. We have the Ovo G-spot vibrator, as you can see these are two sort of different takes, this one's a little more like sophisticated, and this ones a little more like fun and funky but also a little scary depending on who you are. And then I don't have them with me but we have G-spot wands that don't vibrate either, in stainless steel or glass, sometimes hard plastic, but personally prefer glass or stainless steel because they are heavier and give you that weighty kind of pressure that some people are very into and some people are very about. So Fates asks does the G-spot wand work on each person? I'm not entirely sure what you mean by that. If you mean like does a G-spot wand work on everyone who has a vulva then yes, in the sense that you can use it on anyone who has a vulva but not every person enjoys G-spot stimulation. Like some people find it super arousing, some people really like it in tandem with the clitoral glans being stimulated and some just are not down for that at all. Carrie, Justin's gonna drop my email in at the end of this presentation in like the next few minutes, so you know keep an eye out for that. You can also, my email's on my Instagram and my Twitter as well, and on my website, so you'll see all of that and you can totally reach out to me in email and we'll talk about it. So yeah, Justin just dropped all of my links in. I pretty much said everything I need to say about G-spots. If you have any more questions we have a couple more minutes left, so any last minute questions let me know. You can find me at MissGigiEngle.com, that's where you can find my contact information, the list of all of my next classes, speaking of which, I do this every fucking time I have a class, I forget to check when I'm teaching next week. It's like, get it together! Oh yay! So net week we're gonna be talking about vaginal health. I am here every Tuesday at 5 pm Central and 6 pm Eastern, 3 pm Pacific time, and I'm here every Tuesday at the same time. Next week we're gonna be talking about vaginal health, how to take care of your cooter, it's like always such a good time. It's kind of getting around a bathing suit season and the weather's gettin' sticky hot outside, so it's a good time to be talking about how to take care of your vagina, and make sure that your vaginal flora is happy and intact and well, 'cause Lord knows we don't get enough information about that. So anyway you can find me at MissGiGiEngle.com, you'll be able to find all my links to my social media, I'm GiGiEngle Twitter and Instagram, GigiEngleWriter on Facebook. Go like my pages 'cause that gives me all those good boosts. If you're feeling super generous, there is a tip jar in the bottom right hand corner and we get to have 50/50 split with O.school, pleasure professionals and with O.school, so that we're able to be here, to be able to teach these classes and you know any tips are always super appreciated. No pressure, but if you're feeling generous let me know and leave me some money, cause that always makes my day and makes it easier for me to be back here to talk more about this stuff with you guys. So yeah also I run a site called Your Sexual PSA, which you guys should definitely look up. It is a super sex positive and inclusive sex ed based website that I founded with the Alexander Institute, that has an amazing advice column obviously, because I write it called Ask Gigi, and I do really fun videos, all about, I did one about the G-spot, there's one about, all about the clitoris, the anatomy, how to touch a clitoris there's one about the prostate, it's like super fun and informative, they're animations. It's a really good time. So thank you guys so much for being here, I had a really amazing time. I really appreciate everybody with your fantastic questions. A special shout out for Carrie and Tata for their recommendations on different toys that they have from their companies. Go check out SheVibe and we have a 10% discount with the checkout with the code O.school. So check it out, check out their G-spot vibrators, and G-spot wands are the most fun and it's a great way to experiment with sexuality which is what all of us should be able to do here. So I love you all, thank you for being here, I will be here next Tuesday, same time 5 pm Central, 6 pm Eastern, 3 pm Pacific. Thanks so much and shout out to Justin our amazing moderator who kept this conversation lively, sex positive and inclusive. See you guys next time and enjoy the rest of your evening.

Mapping Your G-Spot Pleasure

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May 1, 2018
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Tuesday, May 1, 2018
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The G-spot is infinitely interesting. Learn everything you need to know from anatomy to the best toys with Gigi Engle. LOL, where the fuck is it? What does a G-spot orgasm feel like? Which toys are best? Is squirting pee or what?