The G-spot is a dime-sized erogenous zone located just underneath the front vaginal wall. It's made from ultra sensitive erectile-like tissue that, when touched, swells to the size of a quarter and brings on feelings of sexual bliss, similar to the way the clitoris responds to contact. Stimulating the G-spot can greatly boost orgasm, creating a more intense climax, and in some cases, ejaculation.
You're undoubtedly familiar with the 69 position for mutual oral sex, but you may not have heard of the 77 position for stimulating the G-spot. The name "77" refers to the way you and your partner's bodies look when they meld together in this side entry position. It's similar to spooning but with a twist. The unique angling practically guides the penis to her G-spot.
The woman should lie on her side with her man behind her so that they both are facing the same direction. She then wraps her legs around his top leg and pulls him close, pushing her butt toward him as he enters her. Once he's inside, she should straighten her legs in tandem with his so that they're tightly sandwiched together, toes pointed. They should stay connected as they simultaneously bend at their waists, while extending their legs at a 45-degree angle away from their bodies. Folding over and assuming the 77 position in this maneuver changes the angle of penetration, creating a direct penile pathway to the front vaginal wall where her G-spot is located.
Some women need a little build up to a G-spot orgasm, so if it feels a little too intense at first, back off on the pressure or change the angle of penetration until you’re ready for more direct pressure. The clitoris and the G-spot are connected, so stimulating the clitoris while really pushing against the G-spot can be the key to taking things to the next level. Don’t be afraid to direct your partner to thrust harder (which doesn’t always mean faster!), touch your clitoris, or do whatever you need to maximize your pleasure.
G-spot orgasms are the most intense orgasms I've ever experienced. They create a powerful, flushing feeling that spreads outward, resonating not only in my genitals but throughout my entire body. The intensity of G-spot orgasms may be directly related to pelvic floor muscle tone, which is another incentive for doing regular PC muscle exercises.
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