I’ve heard about the G-Spot but have never found mine and I’m wondering if a G-Spot vibrator will find it for me?
[Names have been changed for anonymity]
G-Spot vibrators don’t have built-in pleasure radars for instantly finding and satisfying your G-Spot – sorry!
There’s lots of disagreement and conflicting evidence about the G-Spot – check out the wiki page to see just how much doctors, scientists and researchers are tying themselves up in knots about it. ( grab a cuppa first because it’s quite a read!)
It’s great ( and about time!) that female anatomy, sexuality and pleasure is finally being researched but we have to remember that this is all incredibly recent – the internal clitoris wasn’t discovered until 1998 and it still took another 10 years before French doctors Odile Buisson and Pierre Foldes created the first three-dimensional sonography of the female pleasure system, which showed that the structure of the clitoris was a LOT larger than the external little pea most of us think of and actually it is mostly internal.
[To put this into perspective, the first sonography of the penis was conducted in the 1970’s]
After centuries of ignoring female pleasure and arousal in the medical world ( and millennium of desexualizing it into female hysteria ) it seems the race is ON to make conclusive statements about our bodies and how they respond.
Whilst the hoo-haw rolls on, we prefer to go on our own evidence of chatting to 1,000’s of women over the years and conclude that whether or not the G-Spot is indeed a specific spot inside that produces a very different kind of orgasm or is actually part of the internal clitoris and thus basically a clitoral orgasm, is, in the end, immaterial.
You’ll see from the article that many medical & scientific peeps believe that the G-Spot is an imagined holy-grail of female pleasure that doesn’t actually exist. But this doesn’t tally with our experience or ’empirical research’! It seems to us that most ‘experts’ haven’t actually talked to women about their experiences, as we have. Nor have they experienced G-Spot pleasure or the squirting, AKA female ejaculation associated with it…
Many ( we’d say most) women feel there is a certain area on the front wall of their vagina that feels a kind of ‘Oh! wow!’ very different to rest. For some women this is every time, but for most it’s a very-hit and miss affair.
The real question is whether we all respond to G-Spot stimulation in the same way?
The answer is a very obvious no ( we’re resisting putting a duh! here) How turned-on we are, what kind of pressure or stimulation, whether we’re feeling safe and relaxed or anxious or hurried or a million other different factors…
The one thing we think we can say for certain is that the G-Spot is an elusive little beast and its awakening is very much dependent on how aroused you are, how firm the pressure it receives, for how long and how much you are able to relax into its sensations…
We’ve met lots of ‘medical experts’ ourselves who believe that the G-Spot is a myth and we’ve had many a passionate debate about it.
We believe that it’s more than likely that all/most women do have the capacity to orgasm from inside, but whether the orgasm is coming from their G-Spot or internal clitoris, who knows…
And it the end, does it matter what it’s called?
The place where we agree with many experts is that no woman should feel inadequate or a failure because she doesn’t spontaneously combust at the stimulation of any pleasure spot.
Finding your G spot should be a pleasurable journey of sensations
…with meanderings off the path as your passion dictates, not a single-minded search without deviation.
Taking yourself on any journey of sexual discovery is worthwhile ( in fact highly recommended!) but embarking with grim determination on a hunt for your G-Spot or becoming hung up on not finding it, nor having a G-Spot orgasm, certainly isn’t!
It’s also counter-productive, because, whilst orgasm may feel like a build-up of beautiful tension, being relaxed enough to be swamped by the build-up is the key to female orgasm.
That’s why no toy can guarantee an orgasm, especially not a G-Spot orgasm!
They’re simply fabulous tools to add to the journey and may make discoveries easier…
Being receptive to G-Spot pleasure generally takes a long build-up, and using your fingers can be tiring.
All our vibrators for the G-spot feature the firm texture, extra reach and curved or swollen head which should make finding and massaging your G-Spot easier.
The G-Spot seems to respond better to pressure and motion than to vibration; A G-Spot vibrator offers you the option of adding a buzz, which your clitoris will likely enjoy, adding to your arousal and making everything swell and become more receptive…
( if you are taking yourself on a G-Spot journey, it better to not allow yourself to orgasm, clitorally, if you can help it! )
There’s not a great deal of size options with G-Spot vibes, so it’s also worth considering a Silicone Dildo – with over 30 different shapes and sizes our hand-poured range, they may offer you more bespoke and fulfilling choices than the vibes.