Skip navigation! Story from Sex Tips. If you love deep penetration during vaginal sex — either accompanied by clitoral stimulation or by itself — you might love G-spot stimulation. A lot of people love how G-spot stimulation feels — although, as with all sex acts, for others, it's just not their thing.
Everything You Need to Know About the G Spot
13 G-Spot Sex Positions - Best Sex Moves to Stimulate the G-Spot
When it comes to having a G-spot orgasm , a lot depends on the state you're in as well as the positions you're doing to really hit that sweet spot. A big part of really maximizing G-spot stimulation is making sure you're in the mood for better arousal and natural lubrication. That way, you can really experience the pleasure. Take some time to do whatever feels best for you in terms of foreplay — candles, baths, nipple play, and more. Then, head to the main event: actual sex, and make sure you or your partner are giving the attention to the area that's needed. Luckily, there are a few positions that increase your chances of G-spot orgasm more than others.
The 5 Best Sex Positions for G-Spot Orgasms
Named after the German gynecologist who discovered it, Ernest Grafenberg, the G-spot is said to be a walnut-sized patch of tissue located at an upward, curved angle inside the vagina, near the back of a woman's pubic bone. You can find it by inserting two fingers into a vagina about two inches in and making a beckoning, "come here" motion. Throughout history, G-spot orgasms have been widely considered the holy grail of orgasm. In fact, the G-spot might not even exist in the first place—or at least, it might not exist in the way we've traditionally thought of it. Most people think of the G-spot as an individual organ.
Few female body parts have inspired as much debate as the G-spot—that elusive erogenous zone experts and many women themselves say is located about a third of the way inside the vagina on the front vaginal wall. When this button-size spot is stimulated, it can reportedly lead to waves of intense sensation. There are so many nerve endings in the vulva and vagina that if someone says it felt good in a certain spot, I will believe it. Having this area touched the right way can even lead to a G-spot orgasm.