G-Spot Basics Video

CherryTV's Claire Cavanah of Babeland provides an overview of the G-spot. We learn where it is, how to find it, and the best way to stimulate it.
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G-Spot Basics Hi, welcome to Cherry TV, my name is Claire Cavannah and I’m a co-founder of Babeland, your fun, feisty and feminist sex toy retailer. I’m here today to take some of the mystery out of the G-spot. Most of you have heard about the G-spot and some of you may already get off from G-spot stimulation without even having to think about it. At Babeland, we have learned through talking to a hundreds of customers that understanding the basics of how your body works can really help you learn what you like and can help you communicate your desires to your partner. The G-spot is one of those topics where a little information can really help you maximize your pleasure. So what’s all the fuzz about the G-spot? Even after all these years the G-spot is still often described in the media as elusive as it moves around or hides from a lover who wants to stimulate it. The truth is the G-spot doesn’t move around, that doesn’t have mind of its own and it’s not a sexual oddity. It is a part of every woman’s sexual anatomy. It’s a massive tissue wrapped around the urethra and it swallows the fluid during sex like clitoris and the labia and like the penis and the prostate do in men. And sometimes the fluid that gathers there squirts or dribbles out the urethra during sex and that’s called female ejaculation. Some women are big squirters and expect to ejaculate almost every time they have sex. Some women experience it occasionally and some women never do. No matter what your experience you’re normal, believe it. The thing to remember is that whatever gets you off is a cause for celebration and whatever your body’s response is normal. Once you’re armed with self acceptance and self love exploring your body and trying to get off by stimulating your G-spot can be a blast. Here are some tips that can help. You can feel your G-spot by putting your fingers into your vagina and caressing the front wall. About an inch or two in you’ll feel the smooth flash of your vagina gives way to more crinkly and rough skin. Your urethra is under that crinkly skin and the G-spot is that massive tissue on the inside of that roughness. The tissue that makes up that G-spot swells when you get arouse so try using a vibrator and fantasizing about great sex to get turned on before starting expiration. Your swollen and sexed up G-spot will be a lot easier to find. So how do I stimulate it? finding out about your body by masturbating gives you a head start connecting with your partner. So to stimulate your G-spot it really helps to have the right equipment. You can locate it within yourself with your fingers like this with a curve fingers pointing to the front like this. But it’s definitely awkward to keep maintaining that reaching position for very long—for long enough to really get to the point of exploring your G-pot. And there’s no reason really for you to do that when there are so many toys designed to help you reach your G-spot. Toys with a curved tip like this one can hit the G-spot while you lounge comfortably like this. And it has a little knob on the front of it you can just sort of hook on to the G-spot and go for it that way. Or if you have a firm straight dildo, you can use it at an angle to prod the G-pot and give it what it craves basically. And if you try massaging and rubbing and nudging your G-spot and nothing happens or you don’t like it, it is not a big deal. Each of us has our own sexual wiring and the best thing you can do is love what you have and have fun. I’m Claire Cavannah from Babeland for Cherry TV. Check out the Cherry TV archives at cherrytv.com for more great fresh advice episodes and come on by babeland.com for all of your sex toy needs.

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