Dr Ismael Maatouk

G Spot


Deeper into the vaginal walls, you'll find one of the vagina's trickiest trump cards: the G-spot. If the clitoris is famous, the G-spot is infamous. Not every woman can tap into its potential, but if you do, the rewards are phenomenal. The G-spot is a spongy area about the size of a nickel, and it's located an inch or two into the anterior wall of the vagina, just under the pubic mound. It has bumpy, knotty striations similar to a walnut, and it demands a hands-on, tough-love approach. The G-spot's nerves are contained in fattier tissue, so you have to provide deeper, firmer pressure to stimulate it. For starters, you should already be really turned on before it's accessed. That's because the tissue doesn't swell and make itself known until you've enjoyed proper foreplay.

G-spot stimulation also calls for a tag-team approach. If you haven't had what you think is a G-spot orgasm, don't stress over it.

Orgasms that originate in this zone generally feel expansive and deep, while orgasms that start in the clitoris often feel more acute and intense.


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