How to Find the G Spot with Ease

By Great Sex Coach Cynthia Perkins, M.Ed.

G Spot Video

Learning how to find the g spot is not as complicated and mysterious as it often sounds. You can try it on your own or have fun exploring with your partner.

The G spot gets its name from German gynecologist Ernst Grafenberg who was the first modern physician to bring attention to it's significance in sexual pleasure for the woman.

It is also known as the urethral sponge and consists of soft spongy tissue that surrounds the urethra and is located behind the front wall of the vagina behind the pubic bone and swells with fluid when sexually aroused.

For many women stimulation of the g spot has the potential to produce more powerful orgasms, multiple orgasms and female ejaculation.

Techniques to learn how to find the g spot:

How to Find the G Spot

Now if you've completed the task of how to find the g spot, then you may want to take a look at some techniques for g spot stimulation or learn about the best g spot orgasm technique.

Don't center all of your attention on reaching the goals of g spot orgasms, multiple orgasms or ejaculation, as this will only create anxiety performance and inhibit the effect you're trying to reach.

Instead try to stay focused on simply enjoying one another and the adventure of exploring a new area together.

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