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How do I use vibrators to stimulate my G-spot?

It's not hard to stroke your G-spot with an insertable vibrator or vibrating dildo. Everyone's anatomy is slightly different, so it may take a few tries to get it right. You may feel the G-spot as a small pea to walnut-sized protrusion on the front wall of the vagina, and it's easier to hit it on the out stroke, especially if your toy has a ridge on top. Some vibrators and vibrator attachments are curved or angled up specifically to reach the G-spot. When you insert these toys, then pull them forward into position, the curved tip rests against the G-spot and delivers the vibrations directly to it. This may produce some very intense sensations.

The G-spot is also know as the urethral sponge, and is also sometimes referred to as the "female prostate." When stimulated, it become engorged with fluid. Although this may produce a sensation of urinary urgency, it is very unlikely that you will actually pee (it's difficult to pee during a state of high sexual arousal). On the other hand, you may experience female ejaculation, in which a clear, odorless fluid is expelled through the urethra during orgasm. Female ejaculation is accompanied by earth-shaking orgasms, so let it go and let it flow!

It's likely to take a few tries to find this spot, and some women may not find it all. Then again, once you do find it, you may discover that g-spot stimulation is uncomfortable. This is a very sensitive spot, and for some women, the sensation isn't particularly pleasurable. The trick is simply figuring out what works for you and going with it. If you're one of the lucky ones who can experience mind-blowing orgasms through g-spot stimulation, more power to you. If not, that's okay, too. Just remember, whatever your body does is what is normal for it. Experimentation is the only way to find out what you can do with it!

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