How do you find your G-spot?

Love Bites Love Bites
How do you find your gspot? Is it just by feel, is it in a set location?
05/04/2013
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Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I don't understand the question. Yes you have to 'feel' to find it - but it doesn't travel around. By massaging the right spot inside my wife's vagina I can feel her g-spot 'emerge'. The g-spot is made of erectile tissue that fills with blood when stimulated - so it's often not noticeable right away.
05/05/2013
Love Bites Love Bites
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I don't understand the question. Yes you have to 'feel' to find it - but it doesn't travel around. By massaging the right spot inside my wife's vagina I can feel her g-spot 'emerge'. The g-spot is made of erectile tissue ... More
Ah, I suppose that was worded oddly. By set location, I meant is it located in the same place, or does the location vary by woman?
05/11/2013
tami tami
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Originally posted by Love Bites
How do you find your gspot? Is it just by feel, is it in a set location?
I would say it depends on the woman but is generally located in the same area
05/11/2013
konicaguy konicaguy
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Originally posted by tami
I would say it depends on the woman but is generally located in the same area
Approximately the same area on all women, in my experience...
10/19/2013
Holly Wood Holly Wood
It will take some stimulation before it becomes completely noticeable, but using fingers, feel inside towards the pubis. Once past the vaginal canal and the pubic bone, you'll feel (dead center) a spongy patch of tissue. This tissue - if you could see it (you'll have to use your imagination here) would look something like the surface of a walnut or a ripply brain. If you push on it, it will usually feel like you need to urinate, or maybe at first it'll feel uncomfortable, like the beginning of that tender/burning sensation if you've ever had a urinary tract infection (very hard to describe, especially since it's different for everyone).

In order to stimulate mine, it works best at first to swipe across it like a windshield-wiper motion, back and forth... while I hear most women work better with a "come hither" top-bottom motion with curled fingertips and more pressure. Once it's "irritated" (stimulated), it'll raise up and become puffy and distinctly noticeable - THIS is your g-spot. Once you've gotten that far, it's trial and error as to what feels best for your particular body.

On a personal level, I need at least 30+ min of either foreplay or other type of play before my g-spot is even ready to take enough attention to cause a reaction, but that's just me. And when it finally occurs, I need to either be fully relaxed or lightly bearing down for a g-spot orgasm to be produced, where I tighten up for a clitoral orgasm.

Like most, mine feels (at the beginning of the "orgasm process") like I have to urinate, but I have figured out how to clear my mind of the thought (or just not care because of towels, etc.) and once I can get past the thought of peeing, a warm sensation spreads from the g-spot area outward... once it feels like the warmth has passed into my legs, I almost always orgasm riiiiight then.

Again, different for everyone - but that's my "procedure" in my own experience of both finding and stimulating the g-spot. I've used the process on a few others with great success, so at least in my case, I must be doing SOMETHING right that works for more than just me!
10/19/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by Holly Wood
It will take some stimulation before it becomes completely noticeable, but using fingers, feel inside towards the pubis. Once past the vaginal canal and the pubic bone, you'll feel (dead center) a spongy patch of tissue. This tissue - if you ... More
This was an excellent description/comment! Thanks for taking the time to really delve into this and describe it for us!
10/20/2013
Holly Wood Holly Wood
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Originally posted by Wicked Wahine
This was an excellent description/comment! Thanks for taking the time to really delve into this and describe it for us!
I just figure if someone's asking "how do you find it" they probably haven't found it and need some assistance - and not an "it's where they always are, in the same place" answers from everyone and their mother.

Maybe that's just my interpretation, but someone's gonna stumble across this and find it handy.
10/20/2013
Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
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Originally posted by Holly Wood
I just figure if someone's asking "how do you find it" they probably haven't found it and need some assistance - and not an "it's where they always are, in the same place" answers from everyone and their ... More
I agree and even if the original poster doesn't see it, someone will see this and finally have a guided tour, so to speak.
10/20/2013
afrye1987 afrye1987
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Originally posted by Love Bites
How do you find your gspot? Is it just by feel, is it in a set location?
I dont think i have ever found mine
10/20/2013
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by Holly Wood
I just figure if someone's asking "how do you find it" they probably haven't found it and need some assistance - and not an "it's where they always are, in the same place" answers from everyone and their ... More
I agree with WW, your wonderful tutorial will benefit a lot of individuals. Furthermore, I hope your instructions will stop some people from posting unnecessary threads asking which "wand" they should buy, to help find their G-spots rather than to feel their spongy patches with their fingers!
10/20/2013
Oriental husband and wife Oriental husband and wife
It's becoming quite clear there are some experts on Eden. Certainly Holly Wood is one of them. Surely to have a large following if not already.

Rossie, I didn't forget you though. You're up there too !!
10/20/2013
battleaxe battleaxe
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Originally posted by Holly Wood
It will take some stimulation before it becomes completely noticeable, but using fingers, feel inside towards the pubis. Once past the vaginal canal and the pubic bone, you'll feel (dead center) a spongy patch of tissue. This tissue - if you ... More
Thanks for sharing, Holly Wood. I've had trouble finding it in the past (found it a time or two, but quickly "forgot" how to make it appear again) so this description/tutorial will definitely be helpful I think it's a lack of patience and relaxation that's making it more difficult than it needs to be.
10/21/2013
Holly Wood Holly Wood
Glad I could help, all!
10/22/2013
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