Author: Mark Mackay
So where is the G-spot. Well finding this area is not an exact science.
The G-spot is located about 1.5 to 3 inches inside the vagina on the upper wall. When aroused it's about the size of a walnut, usually a bit longer than it is wide. The position of it makes it impossible for most women to get a finger to it, but a partner should be able to feel it by inserting one or two fingers into the vagina after she is aroused.
The palm of the hand should be up if the woman is on her back, and down if she is on her front; initially finding the spot may be easier if the woman lies on her front. The partner should be able to feel the G-spot with their fingers as a small lump in the vaginal wall. The area will feel somewhat bumpy and not as smooth as other areas of the vaginal wall.
The G-spot is a mass of glandular tissue, known as the paraurethral glands, and nerves. The area lies between the urethra and the vagina, and is not actually a part of the vagina. Normally it's unnoticeable, but as a woman becomes aroused the area swells, making it possible to feel it through the vaginal wall.
Once the spot has been located, it can be stimulate by moving your fingers in very small circles, or by doing a "come hither" motion with your fingers. Initial stimulation of the G-spot often causes the woman to experience a sudden and strong feeling of needing to urinate; this feeling soon passes, and may be replaced by pleasant and arousing feelings.
While all women seem to be able to feel stimulation of the area, their response to it varies. Some women can orgasm from stimulation alone, others can't. Some women have strong orgasms from a combination of G-spot and clitoral stimulation, and some women have powerful orgasms when having intercourse in positions which stimulate the area. Other women don't find the stimulation particularly enjoyable.
The most popular sex positions for stimulating the area are the Women-on-top position which allows the women to align herself for maximum pressure on the G-spot. The Doggie-Style position also allows for a wide range of positions to reach the desired alignment.
About the Author:
Mark MacKay is a freelance sex columnist. He is also the creator of the Female G Spot , a web site setup to help people find useful and accurate information on the G-spot. http://www.female-G-Spot.info