How To: Find Your G Spot

Finding your g spot isn't really that difficult, but it can be a little awkward. First off, make sure your nails aren't sharp, and don't try to find your g spot if you're not aroused. Your g spot will become more pronounced as you become aroused, so it's much easier to find if you're turned on. In fact, some women say that touching their g spot when they're not aroused can be uncomfortable, and sometimes even painful. So, get into your sexy zone and enjoy yourself a little bit before you dive in to the instructions on how to find your g spot.


  • Get comfy. Lie on your back with your knees up, or in whatever position allows you the best access to your vaginal area (some women find it's easier in a squat or leaning back).
  • Lube up your finger, and carefully insert it into your vagina.
  • Slide your finger along the roof of your vaginal canal, and bend your finger up in a "come here" motion.
  • Move your finger around, noticing the different textures inside. Most of your vaginal canal should feel smooth.
  • A couple of inches in on the roof of your vaginal canal, you should feel a slightly bumpy, rough, or raised area. If you press on it, you may feel like you need to pee. That's your g spot.

That's it! Now, if you don't find it the first time, don't worry. Try again at different points of arousal, or even ask your partner to try and have some fun. Because your g spot is right underneath your bladder, you can try waiting until you feel the first twinges of needing to pee. Just don't press too hard on the roof of your vaginal canal, or you could get a surprise! If you do find your g spot and you don't enjoy the sensation touching it produces, try again some other time. If you still don't like it, don't get down on yourself. Every woman is different, and some women just don't like g spot stimulation.

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How To Find Your G Spot: Books!

I am a big believer in the "smart is sexy" position. In my opinion, the more you know the more confident you become. And, as every chick and her pet iguana knows, confidence is the ultimate aphrodiasiac. So, here's a couple great books that can help you along on your g spot adventures.

I am fond of Unleashing Her G Spot Orgasm because I particularly enjoy partner play. It's written in such a way as to be unintimidating for your partner so he can read it without getting that dreaded performance anxiety. Plus, it happens to be a bit cheaper than a lot of other g spot books out there.

The Smart Girls Guide to the G Spot is terrific too, and has the added bonus of some g spot-oriented erotica thrown in. Check out Unleashing Her G Spot Orgasm here and The Smart Girl's Guide to the G Spot here.

Disclaimer: This page is intended for entertainment and informational use only; always use your toys in accordance with the manufacturer's directions, practice safe sex and get a doctor's approval before engaging in new sexual activities.