So here's how to find your G-spot and 5 great tips on how to use it - and don't worry if you don't think you have a G-spot because these tips will have you orgasming for England anyway!
What is your G-spot?For those believers out there the G-spot is a super-sensitive area found inside the front wall of the vagina. When it's stimulated, like the clitoris, it can bring you to orgasm quicker than just penetrative sex.
Why's a G-spot so special?Deborah Sundahl, expert on female ejaculation and author of Female Ejaculation and the G-spot says, ' The G-spot has a unique orgasm, which is different from the clitoris. This is due to the fact that the prostate has a different nerve (pelvic) than the clitoris (pudendal), and therefore the G-spot has a different orgasmic sensation. This feeling is one of deep, melting love, and women love it!'
Does every woman have a G-spot?Well, the jury's still out on this one, sexpert Lou Paget says, 'Yes, the G-spot exists, but every woman is different. For some it's an off-the-wall experience and others feel nothing. In the same way that some women have especially sensitive nipples and others don't.'
Why do we have a G-spot?Some medical evidence suggests that the G-spot has a purpose other than to make you feel really, really good! Sexpert Emily Dubberley, says, 'Some scientists believe the G-spot can help ease childbirth because when the G-spot is stimulated the pain threshold is increased by up to 84%.'
So if you're planning a baby any time soon, it could be worth investigating!
Can the G-spot give you a guaranteed orgasm?'There's no such thing as a guaranteed orgasm,' says Emily, 'But knowing whether G-spot stimulation works for you is certainly a good thing - the better you know your body, the higher your chances of having an orgasm.'
Is it true the G-spot can make you ejaculate?Recent research found that some women can ejaculate through sex, foreplay or by having their G-spot stimulated but it's different to the way men ejaculate - women do it before they orgasm. But don't get hung up on whether you are ejaculating or not. Sex and relationship psychologist Dr Petra Boynton says, 'Some men are convinced that if a woman doesn't ejaculate she hasn't had a 'good' orgasm. But this is often an idea that comes from porn and usually it's faked or it's just urine. If you're being made to feel inferior make it clear to him this isn't a turn on for you, instead show him what does work.'
How do I find my G-spot?There's no harm in having a feel around yourself to see if you can find it.
Inside the vagina there's a small patch of ridged, knobbly tissue about 2 1/2 - 5 cms. It's on the front wall of the vagina, so if you're lying on your back and you can feel it with your fingers, they would be pointing up to the ceiling rather than down to the floor. You should notice a rougher patch of skin in comparison to the smooth areas either side - bingo! You've found it.
Or try this tip from Lou Paget:
'Rather than lying on a bed it may be easier to be squat down and feel inside of yourself, but make sure you're a bit aroused first. Women's fingers can sometimes be too small or short to reach inside so a G-spot toy or a partner's fingers might find it more easily.'
'It is possible to actually sit down in front of a big mirror on the floor, spread the labia lips, push out with the vaginal muscles and see the G-spot!' says Deborah Sundahl. 'You can see the ridges. I advise all women to take a look and get acquainted with this lovely female organ.'