How to Find Her G Spot & Pleasure This Sweet Little Kitty
If you want a woman to feel safe enough to really let go with you sexually, you must understand just how important it is that she knows you love everything about her vagina and more importantly you know how to find her g spot and love it lovingly. I prefer to call it the pleasure spot in women.
Woman’s G Spot are way more complicated than penises. But do not worry you’ll learn everything in this article about where is the g spot located? Where to find her g spot?
Well it’s true. Penises are like the clashing cymbals in the orchestra. That’s the note they play and they play it loudly. Vaginas are more like the entire orchestra.
First of all, your penis is on the outside of your body. You can see and familiarize yourself with all of its parts easily. Especially the ones you’ve been rubbing since you were a kid.
Vaginas, G spot and clitoris, on the other hand, are much more mysterious. Many women don’t even know what their G spot looks like.
They haven’t held a mirror up to their pussies to find out.
And if G spots weren’t mysterious enough already, the confusion is compounded by a misogynistic culture that teaches women that good girls don’t touch themselves.
Women are shamed into believing that they have no right to feel any pleasure, let alone sexual pleasure or self-induced sexual pleasure.
Women often feel guilty for doing things for themselves.
With men, however, we are expected to explore our pleasure and jerk off all the time.
So what we end up with are a lot of women embarking on s*xual realtionships as G Spot novices – completely unsure about what feels good, how their anatomy works, and how to get themselves off.
And we embark on sexual relationships as total penis experts!
For instance, you know exactly how long it takes to get off, how much pressure to use, and how fast or slow you like to stroke the g spot. Plus, you know what other types of porn you like, etc.
The lack of competent sex education for women and the cultural attitude against women pleasuring themselves in general – leaves women with lots of things to have anxiety about when it comes to their vaginas including her g spot and clitoris which is the most significant pleasure organ inside the vagina.
the size of their labia
the size of their vagina
the amount of wetness (not enough or too much lubrication)
having a bush
scars from ingrown hairs caused by waxing
period-related issues (flow, cramps)
yeast infections, UTIs, or other non-sexual infections and inconveniences
fear of childbirth-related tearing
shitty boyfriends saying something terrible and scarring about their perfectly functional, healthy vagina
squirting or not squirting
queefing (passing air out the vagina) during sex
the taste of her vagina
Women will also have questions like:
Is squirting really pee?
What’s a G-spot? Where’s the G-spot located? Does every woman have a G-spot?
Should I be able to have orgasms from G-spot stimulation alone?
Is something wrong with me if I can’t orgasm during s*x?