Up in Smoke: Everything G-Spot!

By Playboy.com Staff

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In some quarters the G-spot is surprisingly controversial. Does the G-spot even exist? Where is it? How does one locate the G-Spot and how does it work once we’ve found it? These questions and issues are far from the minds of all the women having explosive G-spot orgasms. The G-spot debate arises because it’s not a distinct part of a woman’s anatomy (like the clitoris is)—instead it’s an area of sensitive tissue, one that enlarges when a woman is aroused. We’re here to clear it all up and reveal all the mysteries of the G-spot:

Model: Justine Miller - “G-spot” is short for “Gräfenberg Spot.” Let’s just stick with the shortened term.

Model: Carlotta Champagne - If “Gräfenberg spot” doesn’t do it for you, consider that it was almost called the Whipple Tickle.

Model: Sara Liz - Where is it? About one to three inches into the vagina and at the front.

Model: Alexa Cole - How to work its magic? One way is to make a come-hither motion with two fingers. Use lube and be sure that your partner is warmed up and turned on beforehand.

Megan Medellin and Ariana Loken - Certain sex positions are better than others for G-spot stimulation. Try doggy-style and cowgirl!

Models: Morgan Reese - Want to experiment with sex toys? Specially shaped G-spot vibrators make a lover’s job easier.

Models: Amber Price - Though only named in the 20th century, ancient tantric sex manuals seem to mention the G-spot and give tips on how to work it.

Models Tierra Lee - Prepare to be amazed: G-spot stimulation is linked with higher rates of female ejaculation


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