Does the G-spot exist? How do you find the G-spot? What’s the deal with squirting? Find answers to your G-spot questions here.
Does The G-spot Really Exist? - Yes!
Learn about G-spot anatomy, G-spot orgasms, and squirting.
What Is A G-Spot?
Is it real? How do you find it? Can it make you orgasm? Get all the answers to your G-Spot questions here!
G-spot Toys And Pleasure Techniques
Sex positions and tips for stimulating the OMG-spot.
G-spot Facts: Did You Know?
Cosmetic injections to enlarge the G-spot are a thing, but it’s not clear if they’re safe, or increase G-spot sensation.
The G-spot is named after Dr. Ernst Gräfenberg who documented this anatomical structure in the 1940s.
Why does G-spot stimulation make you feel like you need to pee? Because the G-spot area is right by the bladder!
If you want to learn to squirt then G-spot stimulation with a firm, curved toy, or fingertips is the way to go.
Although there’s a lot of hype about the G-spot, it’s not everyone’s thing. Some love it, some don’t — and that’s ok.
G-spot anatomy is still debated: Is it a prostate-like structure? The internal part of the clitoris? Both?
The G-spot is a pleasure zone not fully understood and still subject to some debate. Is it the internal part of the clitoris? Is it a structure similar to the prostate? Is it a combination of both? We still have questions about the anatomy. But we know that some people love the sensation.
Located 2-3 inches inside the vagina, this sexually sensitive area is found by pressing forward (towards the belly button) with finger tips or a curved sex toy. The G-spot can take practice and warming up to enjoy, so take your time.
The G-spot gets its name from medical researcher Dr. Ernst Gräfenburg who studied sexual anatomy in the 1940s and 50s.
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What's a G-Spot - How To Find The G-Spot
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