G Spot vibes vs Clit vibes

G Spot vibes vs Clit vibes

merc41 merc41
I am thinking about buying my wife a G spot vibe so she can experience a G spot orgasum. I have found her G spot manually, a pea size bump about 1 1/12 to 2 inches inside her vagina on the upper wall. Sometimes she doesn't respond well to manual stimulation. We have a LELO wand and she absolutly loves the clit stimulation and orgasums she gets from it's use. So my question is would it be worth while to use a G spot vibe so she can experience that type of stimulation? I know it's a diffrent type of orgasum but in your experince is it that much diffrent or better than a clit/vagina orgasm. The vibe I am looking at is curved tip with a pad 1 inch long by 3/4 wide. I think the large contact area would make it easier to locate the elusive G spot. I know what your thinking she will know it when it's in the right spot. But she is rather shy about useing toys on herself and relies on me to use it on her. I don't mind at all because I get super aroused useing toys on her. Your thoughts and experinces are appreciated.
Aug 4, 11:20 am
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Check out the nJoy Pure Wand. Also good for P spotting. Some of the Lelo's shaft vibrate and incorporates a come hither motion. Most have a clit stimulater also. Some P spot toys can also be usas G toys.
If you really want to rock her world, ask Gunsmoke about A spot O's.

Whichever route you go I suggest putting a towel or something under her booty.
Aug 4, 12:56 pm
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Nerd alert!

Everyone's anatomy is different. An aroused g-spot is going to be much large than a pea. If you dome research on it, another name is urethral sponge. It is essentially erectile tissue that is adjacent to or wraps around the urethra. This is why inexperienced g-spot explorers sometimes freak out - they will a 'I have to pee' sensation. So 1st things 1st - make sure she voids her bladder before you start -then you can talk her down from the fear of urinating - by reminding her to relax.

IMO fingers are the way to start. What you can expect - if you are gentle and patient is that the g-spot will swell and become firmer as it engorges with blood. Then you should notice an increase in vaginal lubrication. Even if you don't achieve a full gushing or squirting - things should get pretty wet.

Once you figure out what you are doing and she learns to relax - you can move on to a g-spot vibe - and Lelo makes some good ones.

IMO the Njoy PureWand is the graduate-school version of g-spot play. I was so afraid to use it - I gave it to her with a lot of reviews that I had printed out and told her to figure out how to use it - then teach me.

It was a great plan - she had her first gush exploring the possibilities - from then on it's had a new name 'The Gusher'.

This is cold hard steel we're talking about. The cold is especially useful in the summer - but it will quickly warm to body temperature from the combination of your hand and her internal heat sources!

Although I've gotten better at it, when I use it she's almost always a bit sore afterwards - but she has always insisted 'it's a good kind of sore' and never shies away from asking me to use it when she's in the mood. We use it about 1/week.

Sooner or later mastery of her g-spot will result in gushing/squirting - so as OH&W suggested have a towel ready to absorb the juice. I recommend you look at purchasing a Liberator Throw - it has a comfortable plush side to lay on and a waterproof barrier next to the bed. No more going to sleep on the wet spot! We've had ours for more than 10 years and it's still in great shape.

Now the A-spot - that's for another lesson!
Aug 4, 8:34 pm
merc41 merc41
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Nerd alert!

Everyone's anatomy is different. An aroused g-spot is going to be much large than a pea. If you dome research on it, another name is urethral sponge. It is essentially erectile tissue that is adjacent to or wraps around the ...
A-spot?
Aug 5, 9:58 am
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by merc41
A-spot?
Another Nerd Alert

A-spot is short for anterior fornix erogenous zone (Google it). Anterior means front and fornix means junction. It's essentially the junction of the vagina and cervix on the front side. Sometimes called the deep g-spot - but that's a complete misnomer.

Stimulation of the a-spot is a bit more difficult because - well it's deeper than most can reach with fingers. This is compounded by the fact that in most women the vagina lengthens with arousal at it prepares for penetration - moving the spot even deeper.

Stimulation of the a-spot will generally increase vaginal lubrication significantly - but like g-spot stimulation there can be some discomfort until a woman learns to relax and enjoy the stimulation.

There are really just two ways to do this - with a toy - or a penis.

My wife's favorite position is cowgirl. She can mount me and position the head of my penis on her a-spot and ride to her hearts content. This position is where she learned to gush without her PureWand.

One potential downside is that she can grind hard enough that I can get a UTI if my immune system isn't strong. I generally hydrate well and urinating often can flush out any offending bacteria.

As far as toys go - although the PureWand can be manipulated to stimulate the a-spot, she prefers one of our soft silicone dildos - typically the Vixskin Maverick. It's about the same length as me and has a slight curve that helps get to the top of the vagina. It doesn't hurt that the Maverick is larger in diameter than me - the stretch is a good thing for her.

When she's feeling especially ambitious/aroused she'll want something bigger. The head on Vixskin Randy is the right size - but the shaft is too short. So she prefers the Vamp Carina - it's quite soft and the pronounced head hits both the g and a-spots when thrusting.

In general a-spot stimulation is better with softer toys - this helps avoid bruising of the cervix when thrusting.

There are more 'spots' - look up u-spot!
Aug 5, 2:34 pm
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