Skip navigation! Story from Sex Tips. If you love deep penetration during vaginal sex — either accompanied by clitoral stimulation or by itself — you might love G-spot stimulation.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist based in San Francisco, to help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous.
Orgasms can help reduce stress, improve your skin, and make you feel, well, great. However, for many women, orgasms — especially those achieved through penetration — can be just as elusive as the mysterious G spot. In fact, according to a study, only about 18 percent of women achieve orgasm through penetration alone — meaning no hands, mouth, or toys needed.
Ina research review on came to the conclusion that there isn't much anatomical proof that every woman has a G-spot, but anecdotal evidence and "reliable reports" say that there is indeed a specific area inside the vagina that, when stimulated, may help some women reach orgasm. So elusive is the G-spot that many women don't even seem very sure they have one. When British researchers asked 1, women if they believed they had a G-spot, only 56 percent said yes, which isn't very encouraging for guys trying to strike orgasm gold with their fingertips.
The G Spot position above looks really unconventional when you first try it. But stick with it. To get into the G Spot position, you need to start off having sex with your man as you would in the Deep Impact sex position.
When a certain sex position feels amazing, it's safe to assume that it's hitting either your G-spot or your clitoris. But what about positions that—wait for it—stimulate both hot spots at the same time? Yes, those magical unicorn positions do exist and they're bound to result in a mind-blowing orgasm.
Women can actually have seven different types of orgasmbut the spot most common ones are vaginal and clitoral. While the clitoral is a lot easier to achieve for most women, the vaginal, or G-spot orgasm is the elusive O we are always trying to reach. The G-spot is a small, spongy area located around two or three inches into the vagina on the front vaginal wall.
In the world of orgasms sounds like a great place, huh? Essentially, the G-spot orgasm is less reliable, but it's oh-so-good when it shows up. FYI: Your G-spot is actually part of the whole structure of your clitoriswhich extends three to five inches inside you along the vaginal canal.
The G-spot is essentially the Big Foot of the vagina. In the meantime, people are rooting around in the vagina, searching for a magic orgasm button that's probably nothing more than the internal portion of the clitoris. So I'm sorry, G-spot truthers, but those magic orgasms you're experiencing aren't what you think they are.
And believe it or not, a big part of that may just be the failure to hit the right spots. That's a winner. An important part of achieving your orgasm is knowing your own body and what it's capable of doing. As a woman, don't be afraid of exploring your vagina and understanding every single part of it.