♥ If you are lying on your back, the G-spot is on the vaginal wall that is facing upwards.
♥ The texture of the G-spot is slightly rough, whereas the rest of the vaginal tissue is smooth.
♥ It lies between one third and one half of the way in. Reaching it with your own finger can be difficult, depending on the depth and your own flexibility (maybe its time to get back to that yoga class!). Having your partner go in and discover, could be easier.
♥ You should feel some pressure to urinate when you stimulate the spot. If this is too uncomfortable to ignore, empty your bladder before trying again.
Most important is to remember that what you’re after is self-discovery, not orgasm. Most women do not have G-Spot orgasms, so don’t despair if it doesn’t happen. Work with your body, follow up on what feels good and know that pleasure comes in many forms, some of which you have yet to discover.
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