When you’re a woman, achieving climax can be difficult, for a number of different reasons.
Perhaps you get off by penetration (which is very lucky, because only a small percentage of women can do this), or perhaps, like most women, you orgasm through clitoral stimulation.
But we often hear stories about the oh-so-holy G-Spot. It’s pretty controversial, with some believing that women do not actually have G-Spots — but of course, this is totally untrue.
Women: You do have a G-Spot. And we’re here to tell you all about how to find it.
The G-spot is very real, and is actually called the Clitoral Urethral Vagina Complex. But it’s not as complex as it sounds.
Many people believe that the clitoris is simply the little button-like ball located at the upper junction of the labia minora. Home to over 8,000 nerve endings, it’s the only human organ dedicated to pleasure, and nothing else.
But the small hooded bead is not all there is to the clitoris. The clitoris, in fact, is a huge, wishbone-shaped, mainly internal organ that extends along the pubic bone and back to the opening of the vagina.
So, with this in mind, there are lots of nerves endings all ready to be stimulated, both inside and outside of the vagina. And it can be amazing to explore everywhere, for the ultimate pleasure. But don’t worry if you don’t find the G-spot straight away; due to the lack of common knowledge around it, it can be difficult to identify. And the internet often doesn’t help with its clinical terms.
But the G-spot is an area around 2-3 inches up the front wall of the vagina, that swells during arousal.
Rubbing this spot in a ‘come-hither’ finger motion, will increase swelling due to the urethral sponge — a tissue that wraps around the urethra, between the bladder and vagina.
The urethral sponge — or pleasure enhancer, as we love to call it — is usually the last bit of your sexual organs to become fully swollen — but this swelling is actually the height of arousal, and any stimulation will feel incredible when you’re ‘there’.
The vagina is a wonderful thing, with multiple pleasure spots — which actually includes the cervix. Who knew?
The cervix is an incredibly sensitive organ (as you will know if you’re ever had a pap smear, or penetration that has been er, too overcompensated), and it can be uncomfortable for some — so this isn’t a how-to for all. It can be worth exploring, because it can feel beautiful for some, but if it doesn’t work for you, that’s totally okay! But some people experience wondrous pleasure from cervical stimulation; a type that feels very different to the G-spot.
The best way to reach your cervix is to get down into a squatting position, and put your finger inside your vagina. Reach to the very top (slowly and gently), and you’ll feel a slippery ball-like space, with a teeny little hole in the middle.
Don’t thrust your fingers up there, the cervix is very sensitive — but it can be the epitome of complete stimulation if you’re highly sensitive and relaxed.
There are lots of different ways to explore your anatomy, what you like and don’t like, and how you get off the best. Dani Pepper can even help you to increase your stimulation, with our CBD Lube – The “O”.
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The lube also includes Vitamin C, which is added to help prevent and treat skin damage. These ingredients all combine to improve and intensify sexual sensations.
It can also sooth vaginal dryness and discomfort, to help you to give in to pure ecstasy.
The lube is water-based, and the orgasm enhancer can be used with latex and silicone condoms and toys.
So, unlock your desire and enjoy new heights of sensual pleasure — that’s what we’re here for.
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