1. Does the G-spot really exist? If so, where is it located?

There are different schools of thought on the existence of the G-spot. I support the one that believes in its existence. Simply put, the G-spot is not actually a physical spot but something much more complex. Research proves that the pleasure felt during the stimulation of the G-spot is actually contributed by the interior vaginal wall, the female prostate and the clitoral area.

It’s known for its highly erogenous qualities, which can lead to the most heightened orgasms and that can also be accompanied by squirting. You must be sexually aroused to be able to locate your G-spot. Some women tend to be more sensitive and can find the spot easily, but for others it's difficult. If you can't easily locate it, you shouldn't worry.

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2. What is the difference between clitoral and G-spot orgasms?

The clitoris is located in the vulva, which is the outside part of the female genitalia. She is sitting under a hood on the top part of the vagina and she is a blessing with lots of nerve endings.

The G-spot is sitting on the roof of the highly specialised tubular vaginal muscle. It is a spongy gland, which is situated about 5-7 cm from the entrance of the vaginal muscle. If you touch or rub it, it becomes more distinct as it fills up and then releases the tension and fluid as part of the orgasm.

The clitoris and the G-spot both form part of the area sometimes referred to as the g-zone or clitoral network.  Both are highly erotic – one is a hidden treasure while the  other one is easily reachable.

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3. How does one stimulate the G-spot?

Rule number one: you need to be relaxed, and if you are with a partner, you need to fully submit.

Different strokes for different folks but the magic is to know your body so that it’s easy to explore with your partner. Due to the fact that the muscle is flaccid when not aroused, it might be a mission to find it. Try rubbing your finger in a beckoning motion along the roof of your vagina while you're in a squatting or sitting position, or have your partner massage the upper surface of your vagina until you notice a particularly sensitive area. You might also find that the best stimulation for you is just steady, direct pressure. You can only figure that out through trial and error.

4. What sex positions are perfect for hitting the G-spot?

Experimentation is very central to fully enjoying a sexual journey.  So there are positions that might not be documented that might be work like a bomb. The most obvious one, due to position, is the doggy style. This position frees the hands to be able to give attention to the clitoris. 

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Any position where the female is on top and takes control of the thrusting pressure is also perfect for finding your g-zone. But, with every position, what is important is the strength, control, contraction and command of the vaginal muscle.

5. Are there any G-spot friendly sex toys?

The best toys are the ones that will take care of the clitoris and the vagina at the same time – think wevibe, vibrating eggs, anal and vaginal toys, G-spot rabbit vibrators and generic vaginal toys.