How to locate the infamous G-spot

By archmiester on 10:04 AM

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A LITTLE BIT OF INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY BEFORE WE HEAD ON

let's start of by going back who discovered and how he discovered the one who is responsible for the existence of the g-spot is DR. ERNST GRAFENBERG. As early as 1944, German obstetrician and gynecologist Ernst
Grafenberg collaborated with the prominent American obstetrician
and gynecologist Robert L Dickinson, MD, whom many regard as the
first American sexologist. They described a "zone of erogenous
feeling" that was "located along the suburethral surface of the
anterior vaginal wall.

NOW LET'S GET IT ON

before we head on id just like to say that no matter what happen you'll never find the g-spot unless your partner is completely aroused. the only way to locate it by using our finger for females just make sure it's clean and cut your nails nicely coz you don't want to spoil the erotic moment same for the males

FOR FEMALES

After wetting your latex covered finger with saliva or water-based lubrication, slowly place two fingers into the vagina. Using your index finger, touch the anterior wall. It is approximately a finger length up.Many women like having the person touching them use their
index finger to place some pressure on the wall. Try making the 'come here motion' with your index finger. Allow the tip of yourfinger to tap on the anterior vaginal wall. Let her level of excitement guide your movements. Talk with her, and ask her how different formsof touch feel.
Some women may not like the feeling of being touched there and may even find it
painful. Another way to tell if you are indeed touching her g-spot is that there will be a change in texture. The g-spot area will feel flushy, like a small area of wrinkled skin. In contrast, the
surrounding area will feel taut. The shape of the g-spot is similar toan upright kidney bean.

In addition to touching her g-spot with your index finger, I encourage you to use your tongue (remember all those tongue exercises!) and stimulate her clitoris, inner & outer lips. The combination of fellatio (oral sex) with g-spot stimulation is enough to make most women become
extremely excited.

For the super adventurous couple, (ie. already successful at locating the g-spot and comfortable with this technique). . . Be prepared to experience a totally new feeling. The partner, instead of using his/her index finger to locate the g-spot will now use their index finger and thumb to pull up some tissue from the vaginal walls and rub it between her/his finger and thumb. Before
doing this, practice this technique by VERY LIGHTLY pinching some skin together. This is what you are doing with the vaginal wall. To do this, you must be EXTREMELY soft and gentle. The vaginal walls are extremely sensitive. It is better to err on too soft than too hard. Most women
will never have felt this sensation before. This is something just different feeling. There is no other way to describe it. As you touch her vaginal walls, always give her two different forms of touch and ask her which one she likes better. Good luck.

(summary)

Sitting in front of her with palm facing up, as youinsert your finger(s) inside her, make a “COME OVER HERE” motion. Your objective is to try to tap her belly button from the inside, which will reach her G-spot. Start off slowly and gradually increase speed.Observe her reaction to assess your speed.

MUCH MORE SPECIFIC INSTRUCTION

Place your index finger into the vagina and touch the anterior wall. It is approximately a finger length up. Many women like having the person touching them use their index finger to place some pressure on the wall. Try making the 'come here motion' with your index finger. Allow the tip of your finger to tap on the anterior vaginal wall. Let her level of excitement guide your movements. Talk with her, and ask her how different forms of touch feel. Some women may not like the feeling of being touched there and may even find it painful. Another way to tell if you are indeed touching her g-spot is that there will be a change in texture. The g-spot area will feel fleshy, like a small area of wrinkled skin. In contrast, the surrounding area will feel taut.
The shape of the g-spot is similar to an upright kidney bean. In addition to touching her g-spot with your index finger, I would strongly encourage you to use your tongue (remember all those tongue exercises!) and stimulate her clitoris, inner & outer lips. The combination of fellatio (oral sex) with g-spot stimulation is enough to make most women become extremely excited.

NOW FOR MALES

Technically men do not have g-spots. The g-spot refers to a particular part of the female anatomy. After wetting your latex covered finger with saliva or water-based lubrication,
slowly insert it into his rectum. Use a steady gentle movement to push your finger into the rectum. Take your time, it is the outer most third of his rectum that is the most sensitive. Going slowly increases his desire for more, and allows both of you enough time to adjust to this new technique/sensation.Begin moving your finger in and out. This helps to relax the surrounding
area. Once both of you are feeling comfortable, and your finger is fully inside, curl your finger upwards, and begin making the 'come here movement'with your finger. This motion in effect has the tip of your finger tapping on his prostate. Some men are able to orgasm from this form of stimulation. Some men desire this form of stimulation combined with oral sex. It is
this tapping of the prostrate which is sometimes referred to as the 'male g-spot'.

SOME WILL LOVE IT AND SOME WILL NOT IT is ONLY UP TO YOU HOW YOU ARE GOIN TO PERFORM IT

ALWAYS REMEMBER SIZE DOESN''T MATTER IT'S HOW YOU USE IT

4 comments for this post

Very informative. Thanks for sharing this!

Posted on December 14, 2011 at 3:29 AM  

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Posted on March 5, 2012 at 10:10 AM  

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