The literature is overflowing with accounts of G-spot pleasuring techniques that climax in a flood of orgasmic ecstasy. Unfortunately many miss the magical mark leaving you high and dry with sexual frustration. Even the lucky ones who have discovered the secrets come to find it elusive at times. As with clitoral stimulation, the G-spot is not a button that can be pushed for instant pleasure. But, with a few G-spot guidelines, wet and wild sensations will be in your grasp.
First, a few frisky facts to consider:
The clitoris includes a network of pleasure receptors that branch from an internal shaft and wrap around the sides of the vagina.The urethra, running along the top of the vagina, is surrounded by a spongy tissue packed with blood vessels and fluid producing glands.
Both the clitoris and the urethral sponge will swell with blood when stimulated. Think of this as the body’s way of expanding the pleasure centers to pickup each and every erotic sensation. Also, both are located on the top, inner third of the vagina closest to the opening. The thing to note is that there is no single spot to stimulate but rather an erogenous zone.
There are no hard and fast rules to properly stimulate this inner erogenous zone. Each woman is unique and her response to any sensual activity varies significantly based on many factors. But, being highly aroused first can safely be assumed to be important. Fantasy and foreplay are always good ways to start and, if you are with a partner, oral sex and intercourse will definitely get you primed for more pleasure.
Some women are able to achieve this type of orgasm solo but you may require the use of an accessory. There are sex toys specially designed for G-spot stimulation. Vibrators may help get the blood flowing but are not strictly essential. Stimulate the urethral sponge and inner portion of the clitoris. Use a pulsing, stroking pressure in this area. Apply a firmer pressure toward your pelvic bone as you approach climax. When your orgasm starts, maintain a rhythm of pulsing pressure to create a longer, more intense sensation.
Some women inadvertently suppress the full pleasure and intensity of a G-spot orgasm due to a side effect of stimulating the urethral sponge. An irritation or feeling that you are going to urinate may cause you to shutdown your arousal when in fact you may be on the verge of a female ejaculation. Rather than bearing down to suppress it, try relaxing instead. For many women, some fluid may be released — it is not urine. Rather than being embarrassed, embrace your ability to gush with pleasure.
With a loving partner, fingers come in to play. A similar stroking, pulsing pressure technique should be used. More than one finger is desirable since it is an erogenous zone. Position your hand palm up with your fingers curled inside. Rather than tensing her muscles, she should relax while you flutter your fingers up and down. Use the pads of your fingers to gradually apply more and more pressure against her pelvic bone as you speed up the pulsing sensation.
And remember, women can easily have multiple orgasms, so even if you succeed, try and try again. Here are a few other ideas to improve your G-spot pleasure:
Obtain a moisture proof pad (2ft square) available at pharmaciesFemale ejaculate tends to wash away natural lubricants – use lots of lubeG-spot orgasms can be triggered very quickly (as little as 10 seconds)Some intercourse sex positions stimulate this inner erogenous zoneWell manicured and smoothly filed finger nails are a mustCurling your fingers inside her vagina may scratch or tear painfullyWrist and finger exercises will come in handy
And, for her ultimate delight, orally pleasure her while also stimulating her G-spot. This blended stimulation tends to create very intense orgasms.
Frisky Foreplay will help to get your juices flowing for a night of wet and wild sex. To enrich your relationship further, more stimulating ideas can be found on the Sexy Suggestions website.