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G-spot stimulation requires firm pressure; it takes a strong touch or a solid sex toy, and you’ll find that it feels best when you really press toward the front of your body. You may be able to touch the urethral opening, but the entirety of the G-spot is behind that, within the vaginal wall. That’s what you’re aiming for. Start with a little pressure at first and try out pulses, up and down strokes, side-to-side motions, or even moving in lazy circles over the area that feels best. Pay attention to how different techniques feel as you try them out, and take note of the ones you like the most. Go at your own pace with adding or lifting pressure on your G-spot as you take in all of the physical data your body is sending you about what you’re doing.from Cleis Press author Violet Blue’s THE SMART GIRL’S GUIDE TO THE G-SPOT, excerpts on location and stimulation available at the Sexcerpts section of SheKnows.com
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