How do I find the G-spot?
Most people have heard of the G-spot, and perhaps you have also read our explanatory guide to what the spot really is. If you are ready for a more in-depth guide on how to find and stimulate the G-spot, you can read along here
To briefly summarize our explanatory guide to what the G-spot is; it's actually the back of the clitoris! The clitoris is not just the visible nub situated where the inner labia meet - it's got arms that extend into the pelvic floor. However, these arms are not in the same place on everyone, and while some may find great pleasure in stimulating the spot typically designated as the G-spot, others do not, as their clitoral arms may be placed differently and out of reach. Try it out yourself and if you don't think it feels any different to stimulating other points inside the vagina, then your clitoral arms probably aren't placed in a reachable spot - and that's perfectly okay, you can always stimulate the clitoris externally! Many clitoris stimulators also have air wave technology, which works by sending pulsating air waves towards the clitoris. These air waves then travel through the arms, so in this way you can also stimulate the inner part of the clitoris. Satisfyer's range of clitoral stimulators are some of the most popular stimulators for this purpose (and we can easily understand why!), but you have an ocean of options, for example the cute little Clamy stimulator.
Here's where the G-spot can be placed
For a lot of people, but not all, the G-spot can be found approximately 2-5 centimeters inside the vagina. Start by adding some lube to your fingers to make exploring easier and more comfortable. Insert a finger and let it glide along the front wall of the vagina in the direction out towards the stomach. Bend it slightly in a "come-here" shape and feel around a bit. For some, the G-spot can feel like a little rough spot, like a small walnut. Try letting your fingers glide over the spot or press lightly. When pressing the point, some experience an urge to pee, even if they don't really have to. Therefore, it's a good idea to pee first, so you don't have to doubt whether you have to pee or not.
Did you know that this pee sensation can also be a sign that you are about to have a squirting orgasm? For some, stimulating the G-spot can produce a squirting orgasm, and if you want to learn more about this type of orgasm and how you can have one yourself, you can read our guide here.
Sex toys for the G-spot
Because the G-spot sits at a slightly funny angle, it's easiest to reach with a bent finger or a curved sex toy, instead of e.g. a perfectly straight dildo. Many sex toys are designed specifically to stimulate the G-spot, and you could try:
The small G-spot vibrator from Je Joue. This smaller vibrator is good to start out with, as the small size is easier to control. At the same time, it provides a more precise stimulation than a larger vibrator, so you know exactly when you're hitting the right spot. Use it with a water-based lubricant.
If you want something a little bigger, this G-spot vibrator is a good bet. The dildo is curved so it's easier to hit the G-spot and it also has a small bump, which can stimulate the clitoris at the same time. Again, it all gets a little nicer with lube, which needs to be water-based when using this vibrator.
Because it may require a slightly more intense stimulation to achieve a G-spot orgasm than a clitoral orgasm (although that doesn't have to be the end goal!), it may be a good idea to choose a harder material than just silicone. Metal or glass are two good options, where this G-spot dildo in borosilicate glass is designed specifically to hit just the right spot. The glass surface with the raised lines along the shaft gives a different sensation and stimulation than a completely smooth surface, as on the Amber glass dildo. Glass is also compatible with all kinds of lube, so you could use a silicone-based lube that lasts longer than water-based.