Is it true that the majority of women can’t reach g spot orgasm through sexual intercourse? What would be the cause of such circumstances? Are you one of these women? Does our lack of knowledge contribute to our lack of sexual satisfaction?

WHERE IS G SPOT?

In a discussion with some friends over dinner, I encountered an interesting facts regarding females and the sexual organs. Out of 5 of my female friends who were present at the time, only one person knows where the g point (g spot location) is. Interestingly, all the males at the table claim to know where female g point is. No wonder a huge percentage of women couldn’t reach orgasm (statistics shows that 70-80% of women couldn’t reach orgasm through intercourse and up to 43% of women find it difficult to reach orgasm alone). Which brings me to a question, without understanding exactly the location of our g spot, how could we stimulate ourselves to the perfect g spot orgasm? Do most of us settle with pleasuring our c spot and ended up forgetting about the g spot?

Most importantly, where the hell is this g spot? Can I somehow train myself to stimulate this point so I could experience this best version of orgasm?

G spot location

G Spot Location

THE EXACT LOCATION OF G SPOT

After further research and interview with several people who claim to be knowledgeable about this topic, I gain some knowledge. G spot is located somewhere on the top part of our vagina, about an inch from the opening. A friend of mine shows how fingering could stimulate this part. He shows how making a “come” movement with index finger inside the vagina would stimulate the g spot. Apparently, doing this would touch that exact wall where g spot is located. Turns out, when stimulated or aroused, this g point will somehow swell or get bigger. Amazing huh?