Learning how to hit the G-Spot every time may sound like a tough task; but a few simple tips will have your partner squirming with pleasure. The G-Spot is a dense area of nerves located inside the front side of the vagina. Many people have heard that the G-Spot is hard to find, or may not really be as sensitive as it is hyped up to be. Here are a few tips to help you learn how to hit the G-Spot every time, and give your partner enormous pleasure. Here's how to get started.
- Arouse Her – The easiest way to find the G-Spot is when a woman is very aroused. During arousal, the G-Spot becomes engorged with fluid, and becomes much larger. Therefore, the G-Spot becomes a lot easier to find and easier to stimulate after a woman is very aroused. So kiss her, touch her; do whatever it takes to arouse her.
- Find the G-Spot – Before you start having sex, it's important to know what you are aiming for. Take two lubricated fingers, and reach between 1/4 and 1/2 inch inside the vagina. Imagine finding it on the belly-side of the vagina, reaching up toward the belly button. You will feel a spongy, dense, wet area that is very warm. This is the G-Spot. Now that you have found it, you may proceed to stimulating it.
- Know the Best Positions – The best positions for hitting the G-Spot include: girl-on-top, doggie style, and modified missionary. These three positions align the head of the penis directly toward the G-Spot. During sex, try to slow things down a bit, and focus on keeping your partner turned on. Utilize dirty talk, whisper in her ear, and kiss her neck.
Now that you know a few tips to help you along the way, you will be able to stimulate the G-Spot each time you have sex. You could even proceed to learning how to give her a squirting orgasm. Learning how to hit the G-Spot every time will help you improve your sex life and your partner's sexual satisfaction. Good luck!
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