Finding the G-spot
The G-spot is a highly erogenous zone inside the vagina. It is located behind the pubic bone within the front wall of the vagina, about two to three inches deep. When your lover is sexually-excited it becomes more pronounced. Hence it is essential that your lover is well aroused before attempting to find her G-spot.
Have your lover lie down on her back with her legs apart. Ensure that your fingernails are cut short and your hands are clean. With palm facing upwards push your middle finger into your lover's vagina up to the first knuckle, moving your finger in small circles. Needless to say, your lover's vagina should be well lubricated
Push your finger in deeper, about three inches, continuing the circular motions. Just behind the pubic bone you should find a soft, almost "mushy" area. Press your finger firmly upwards against this area, not too hard but not too soft either. Ask your lover how it feels. If she says she doesn't feel anything move your finger slightly, either deeper, or less deep. If she still doesn't feel anything try pressing harder.
One of the reasons a lot of men (and women) can't find the G-spot is because they only touch it or don't press hard enough. The G-spot responds to pressure, not just touch. It lies deep within the vaginal wall so firm pressure is often needed.
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