Go on a little journey of discovery with me and get to know your body even better. The journey takes us about five to seven centimeters behind the entrance to the vagina, where it is located on the front vaginal wall, the so-called G-spot. This particularly sensitive area causes confusion and ambiguity for some people. What is the G-spot and where is it located? What makes the G-spot so special and why is it often talked about in connection with orgasm?
Anatomy and what do you think of it?
First, it's important to clarify that the G-spot is not an anatomical organ and is more of an area than a specific spot. That's why I'll call it G-Zone from now on. When you get down to it, the G-zone is where the clitoral shaft connects to the anterior vaginal wall. As mentioned at the beginning, this area is located approximately five to seven centimeters behind the vaginal entrance on the front vaginal wall. (see grafic). It is also easier to feel because the tissue often feels slightly different in this area. Many describe it as rough and somewhat hilly, similar to the surface of a walnut shell.
So how exactly is the G-zone related to orgasm and what is the best way to stimulate it? Since all the nerves that end in the clitoral glans run through the clitoral shaft, the feeling in the G-zone can be very intense when stimulated. However, how intense the sensation is in this area varies completely from person to person. Some prefer a gentle touch, while others find firm pressure pleasant and others find this area rather negligible. Try to find the G-zone yourself and feel how a touch feels to you.
There are various techniques to stimulate the G-zone, one of the many options would be a "come hither" movement with the fingers inside the vagina. You insert one or more fingers into the vagina (palm facing the mons pubis) and make a gentle “come here” movement with your fingers. If you want to try it out, there are also special sex toys that have been developed for targeted G-zone stimulation.
A distinction is often made between G-spot orgasm and clitoral orgasm. However, both types of orgasms are actually connected because both orgasms are triggered by the clitoris. Only other parts of the clitoris are stimulated. During a “clitoral orgasm,” the glans of the clitoris, which is located on the outside of the vulva, is primarily stimulated. During a “G-spot orgasm,” the clitoral shaft is stimulated by the vaginal wall inside the vagina. So no matter whether you reach climax by stimulating the clitoral glans or the G-zone, IT'S A CLITORAL ORGASM!
Sometimes the “G-spot orgasm” is described as stronger and more intense than the “clitoral orgasm”, this can be attributed to the fact that the G-spot is deeper in the vagina and therefore requires a different type of stimulation may feel very intense due to muscle contractions.
If you read a lot of posts on this topic on the internet, you quickly get the feeling that the “G-spot orgasm” is the ultimate orgasm that you should work towards. I would like to take the pressure off. How intense and how good stimulation of the G-zone feels not only varies from person to person, but can also depend on your daily mood. So don't be disappointed if it doesn't always feel overwhelmingly good. Keep trying and always approach your body with curiosity. Like, “What feels good to me today?”
Have fun discovering!