Where is the g spot? This is probably our #1 question, and while it seems like a simple question, it can be more complex to answer where is the g spot than you’d think!
Mainly, this is because the g-spot is really an “area” more than a specific spot. That means it will be different sizes, shapes, and in a different place with every woman (even changing with the same woman from time to time, and sometimes even in the same sex session!)
So, I can’t just answer “where is the g spot” with a simple answer. What’s will most help you are some key facts.
1) You’ve got to get your partner super hot and aroused. Its this arousal that has the g spot fill with fluid and become pronounced. Thus, if you’re having a hard time finding her g spot, make sure you’ve got her super hot and aroused. Really, it’s easiest to find when she’s so hot she’s begging you to be inside her.
2) Make sure you are looking in the right place. Generally, the g spot area is about 2 inches in, on the front side of the vagina wall, sorta nestled under the pubic bone. It’s often most easily found by putting in your index finger, up to the base knuckle, hooking your finger, and making a “come hither” motion.
3) Answering “where is the g spot” requires exploration. Experiment with your finger position, your intensity of pressure. Use a circular motion, windshield motion, hard pressure, strokes, in and out, side to side, etc. Ask for feedback. Explore!