It was Ernst Grafenberg who first bought the G Spot to the attention of the world. He described it as "an erotic zone located on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra that would swell during sexual stimulation."

Well what can you say, except thank you Ernst?

So does the G Spot really exist? Truth is there is no definitive answer. With the use of the internet it is easy to find medical papers that would argue that it does and you will find medical papers that will argues that it doesn’t. So the real question is do I have a G Spot and the only way you are going to answer this question is to experiment.

So if I have a G Spot, where is it? Now this question is a little easier to answer, although the exacts may vary from person to person. General consensus is that it is an area (not actually a spot) on the inside of the vaginal wall about 2 to 3 inches up, on the side nearest your tummy button and just behind the pubic bone. This area of skin will have a slightly rougher feel/texture to the rest of the vaginal walls.

How do I stimulate my G Spot? Basically the G Spot responds to pressure and rubbing. Specific toys have been designed to reach and stimulate the G Spot but you can try to locate it by inserting your middle finger into your vagina using lubricant if required. When you have inserted it up to around the second knuckle (somewhere in the region of 2”) push down with the end of the finger and stroke backwards as if you where telling somebody to come to you. You may need to try different techniques, such as rolling the finger around rather than simply pulling back. You may find that inserting two fingers rather than one works or you may find that it is slightly to the left or right. The best way to find out what works for you is to experiment and enjoy exploring your own body (also seeWhat is a G-Spot Vibrator).

What am I supposed to feel? The thing to remember here is that it is not the same for everybody and for some there is no altered feeling or sensation whatsoever. This said if you do manage to stimulate your G Spot you will find that it starts off feeling as if you want to pee, which is explained by the fact that the G Spot area expands when stimulated causing it to press on the same nerves that indicate a full bladder! A lot of people are deterred at this point and give up, but if you continue to stimulate through this, the urge to pee decreases and is replaced with a heightened sensual feeling that most women describe as an orgasmic flushing feeling spreading throughout the entire body from the vagina.

We hope you enjoyed the read and would recommend that you take a look at our G Spot toys as these can offer alternative and additional stimulation above and beyond what is achievable through fingers alone.