Anatomy of the G-Spot
Written by Dr. Petra Zebroff, Relationship and Sex Therapy
The G-Spot is the size of a dime and located approximately 1 – 2 inches inside the vagina on the anterior wall (front of the body).
Do not look for a precise G-Spot ‘structure’, as the G-Spot is an area that is not really inside the vagina at all, but behind the anterior wall. As arousal increases, the area will swell and it becomes easier to find.
When you reach the G-Spot, you are actually massaging the highly sensitive neighbouring areas (internal clitoris, urethra and vagina) that are being pressed together, enhancing pleasure and leading to orgasm in some women.
The easiest way to locate your G-Spot?
Insert your index finger inside your vagina and make the "come hither" motion, gently rubbing your finger along the anterior wall. Or look for dildos or vibrators that have an end with a slight angle. G-Spot vibrators and dildos are popular because they can exert enough pressure needed to stimulate this hidden pleasure zone. To learn more about G-Spot products recommended by Bloom, click here