The G-Spot is a bean shaped mass of nerve tissue located about halfway between the back of the pubic bone and the top of the cervix. The size and location of the G-Spot will vary from woman to woman, but it is usually about the size of a quarter, and lies 2 to 3 inches inside the vagina directly behind the pubic bone. Women sometimes cannot find their own G-spot.
A technique for finding the G-spot is:
- Your partner lies down, knees bent and feet flat on the bed with a small pillow under her buttocks.
- Insert the length of your lubricated fingers into her vagina towards her navel about 2 inches inside the vagina.
- Press with one or two fingers against the front wall of her vagina applying a little more pressure than usual, as the G-spot is surrounded with tissue and is deep in the vaginal wall.
- Move your fingers from side to side. Get your partner tell you when you you stimulate the right spot. It will swell and firm like the erectile tissue in a penis.