The G-spot is a sensitive area located about a couple of inches along the front wall of the vagina.
The G-Spot consists of spongy tissues that swell and become more sensitive with arousal. If a woman is turned on, the increased blood flow to the G-Spot will make it more sensitive, more prominent and therefore easier to find.
Some women, NOT ALL, feel intense pleasure when the Gspot is stimulated.
To find the G-spot, insert a well lubricated (well-trimmed) finger inside the vagina and rub along the front wall (behind the pubic bone). Some people recommend using your fingers in a “come here” motion but you could also run the pads of the finger along the front wall of the vagina.
What you are looking for is a bumpy and slightly ridged area (the bump is about the size of a small walnut when a woman is aroused) and press upwards lightly. Remember, The Gspot is much easier to locate when the woman is aroused.
Using your finger, massage the G-spot with different strokes and varying pressures to find out the kind of touch that feels best.
Some women may immediately find G-spot stimulation pleasurable, while for some, it may take a while. Be patient.
Some women are able to ejaculate from G-spot stimulation, while others may be unable to. What is most important is discovering how the body works and enjoy the unique ways it receives pleasure.
Some women also find a combination of G-spot and clitoral stimulation more pleasurable. Take your time to find out what works.