YES! The elusive g-spot truly does exist, and it is worth exploring. Read our sex expert’s guide on how to find the g-spot in a female.
Where is the G-Spot?
The majority of women will find their G-Spot located right beyond the entrance of their vagina.
Many women have difficulty finding their G-Spots, but with a little instruction, this pleasure- factory can be found. It is important to realize that this is an area stimulated through the vaginal wall, and it is easiest to identify once a woman is aroused. The G-Spot can be found anteriorly (the roof of vagina) and depending on one’s G-Spot anatomy, it will be found in different locations. The majority of women will find their G-Spots right beyond their vaginal entrances, but the rest will find it either mid-way or further back by the cervix. The area feels like corduroy ridges and is more pronounced (and feels more enjoyable) after stimulation causes its tissues to swell.
The ridged tissue can be followed to the tail of the G-Spot. When stimulated in a gentle “come hither” motion, one can experience pleasing sensations while feeling the body of the prostate. Additionally, since the urethral meatus (the hole that urine exits the body) is generally the head of the G-Spot, many women like the way it feels when this area is stimulated.