The vagina is the second most well-known spot (after the clitoris) to put your battery-powered friend. Vaginal excitement is a secret to many men and women, and the reason is simple; everyone is different. Go figure? What might have worked on your last partner might not work on this partner and vice versa. The key to true sexual experiences and spirituality is to learn about your partner’s body. Before you can learn about your partner’s body you need to learn about your own.
We’ve all heard about the joys and wonder theg-spot– however when people aren’t necessarily hitting it, or understanding when they’re hitting it, it’s often cast aside as some Holy Grail and elusive part of sexual activity that doesn’t exist. Well, the G-spot does exist. It might be different for every person, it might be a little tricky to find depending on your body, but let’s be clear, whether you’re a large mature lady, or whether you’re a young petite woman – you will both have G-Spots. Though, we will acknowledge that hearing about it and having the ability to find it are two completely different scenarios.
Most women will know that once they discover it, and when they do they’ll keep on discovering it. First and foremost, if you’ve ever had the experience of wanting to pee during sex, then congratulations you’ve found the g-spot. Most women don’t ride this feeling through, and they’ll call an end to all sexual activity only to find the feeling subside. They might attribute it to their partner’s length and be inclined to believe that he’s poking around in the wrong spot. Just consider this – during sexual activity and especially during intercourse, it is virtually impossible to urinate. Possible to have a female ejaculation yes, but very difficult to urinate. So next time you get that sensation, just keep going and see what happens!
A fun and exciting approach to investigate your vagina, discover your hotspots, and add an additional component to masturbation or clitoral excitement is to discover a vibrator that you can have fun with. Who said exploring wasn’t fun?