There are even those who claim that the G-spot is all in the mind, that it doesn’t really exist. This is nonsense, of course. The G-spot is there, one to three inches inside the vagina. The fact that its location differs from woman to woman may be one reason that some so-called experts have doubted its existence. But any woman who has found that small, bean-shaped area knows that it not only exists, but is the center of her sexual universe.
Finding it may be difficult at first, but once located the resulting pleasures will be worth the effort. There are some sexual positions that result in a direct hit on the G-spot, but the common missionary position is not among them. Because not all vaginas have the same shape, it may take several attempts before a woman can find hers. Masturbating with the fingers or with the use of a dildo or vibrator can be an easier road to take.
Firm and constant pressure is the suggested way of achieving G-spot or vaginal orgasm, as against clitoral orgasm. You know you’ve found your G-spot once the pleasure becomes excruciatingly unbearable and the need to climax is the only thing that counts. In some cases, a squirt accompanies the orgasm, not unlike a man coming after masturbating.
For the women who have yet to find their G-spot, the only proven way is to keep on searching. Finding it will be like discovering hidden treasure, only better.