Sex Tip: How To Give Her A G-Spot Orgasm

Finding the g-spot can be difficult, but once you’ve found it, you may feel like you’ve struck oil, or reached the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Hold on – you’re not done yet. Once you’ve found a woman’s g-spot (and every woman is different, but it’s located in the same general area), it’s time to give her an amazing g-spot orgasm. Many women say this is the deepest, most powerful type of orgasm they’ve ever had. So are you ready to rock your woman’s world?

Now that you’ve watched the video on how to find the g-spot, in this video you’ll find out how to give her a g-spot orgasm both with your fingers and through intercourse plus you’ll also discover the two biggest things that must happen before she’ll be able to have a g-spot orgasm. We want to know – have you ever experienced a g-spot orgasm, or know someone that has? Share with us on our YouTube page!

Stimulating Her G-Spot With Your Fingers

Once you’ve found it, stimulating your partner’s g-spot takes a little more pressure than you would normally use if your were stimulating your partner’s clitoris. Stimulating your partner’s g-spot is actually quite simple – just rub back and forth, back and forth and side to side in a curved, “come here” motion with your fingers. Communicate with your partner to make sure you’re using the type of pressure she likes and that you’re in the right spot. Communicating with your partner sexually can be as easy as asking a question, or listening to your partner’s vocalizations and body language.

Stimulating Her G-Spot With Your Penis During Intercourse

Stimulating your partner’s g-spot during intercourse is a little bit more difficult that stimulating it with your fingers. It’s not impossible though – it just involves a little more patience and some tricky angles. The reason your fingers work so well to stimulate your partner’s g-spot is that they’re curved, and most penises aren’t curved. Therefore, you have to use different positions to angle your penis towards your partner’s g-spot. The best positions for g-spot stimulation during sexual intercourse are woman-on-top, where she can control the angle, pressure and speed of the stimulation, doggy-style, and missionary position with her legs on your shoulders. All of these positions allow for the head of the penis to more directly stimulate the g-spot, and some of them allow for g-spot stimulation in conjunction with clitoral stimulation for a possible blended orgasm.

An Essential Component To G-Spot Bliss

For a woman to have a g-spot orgasm, she must be completely and totally relaxed, and completely and totally turned on. Going from zero to sixty in a few minutes isn’t going to give your partner a g-spot orgasm, but she’s more likely to have one if you’ve spent a lot of time with your partner using foreplay, stimulating her nipples and licking her clitoris. She’s even more likely to have a g-spot orgasm if she’s had a clitoral orgasm or two first. Women who reach orgasm don’t come down completely like a man does after an orgasm – they stay at a slightly lowered state of heightened arousal, so it’s easier for them to reach multiple orgasms. A woman needs to be absolutely comfortable with her partner too – so spend time talking to each other and really getting to know each other too.


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