The Differences Between The Clitoris And G-Spot Sexual Experience

In my previous post before this, I discuss about How To Locate And Stimulate Woman G-Spot To Create More Intense Orgasm, and I promise to write the different between the clitoris and G-spot next. So, enjoy it and don’t forget to share this post using facebook, twitter or any other social media you know how to use.

Basically, the first thing that you need to know is that the purpose of both the clitoris and the G-spot is to provide sexual pleasure to a woman. For men, there’s actually no problem pointing to his erogenous zone – as long as it’s somewhere below his navel. Women, however, have far more body parts which can be their premier source of pleasure – including her breasts and her vagina.

The Differences Between The Clitoris And G-Spot Sexual ExperienceHere is a quick definition of each. The clitoris is a small erectile organ located at the anterior part of the vagina. Sex experts say that it is the only human body part whose sole function is to provide women with sexual pleasure. Isn’t that something? It’s pretty much the equivalent of the penis and in simple terms, it is that small pleasure button which is located on top of her vaginal opening – the one which can be stimulated to bring her to new sexual heights.

On the other hand, the G-spot is physically similar to the male prostate. It is a bean-shaped tissue which is located just behind the frontal wall of the vagina. Its position is quite tricky, though, unlike the clitoris which is visible to the naked eye. With the G-spot, you need to use some manual dexterity in order to reach it.

These two organs are what every man should master when it comes to female body parts, and how each pleasure button can be stimulated to bring his wife to an orgasm that she is not bound to forget anytime soon. However, it is important to note that every woman’s body is different, so some may respond better to clitoral stimulation while others may prefer the trickier G-spot stimulation. Whichever one your wife prefers, now that you already have a clearer picture about the differences between clitoris and G-spot, you can use your skills in bed in order to bring your lover to an orgasm that she is not bound to forget anytime soon.

Sex Gets Better With Age

There is some evidence that the intensity of a woman’s G-spot orgasm is mediated by the hormone oestrogen. Most young women under 30 find clitoral orgasms to be more powerful because, due to their relatively high oestrogen levels, their vaginal lining becomes too thick to allow direct stimulation of their G-spot nerves.

As the oestrogen level begins to decline in women during their 30s, the vaginal lining becomes thinner and the G-spot becomes more accessible. That’s why most women feel that they begin to peak sexually in their early to mid-30s.

To sum up, I’ll give you three general guidelines to follow while you’re exploring the G-spot: Start slow, go long, and relax.

  1. Start slow. Remember, the G-spot is easier to find and more erotically sensitive when she’s already aroused. Spend time with non-penetrative stimulation before you go for the G-spot.
  2. Go long. Take your time and allow you’re her arousal level to build. Feel free to alternate between G-spot and clitoral stimulation, or do both simultaneously. G-spot stimulation can generate a very intense level of arousal, but it often takes time to build up. Allow for half an hour or even an hour — it’s better than a long, hot bath!
  3. Relax. Because it can take time, you might worry that it’s taking too long, or you might start wondering if it’s working. Remember: Your definition of success is for both of you enjoying this new experience and not wondering if you’re doing it “right.” If it feels good, you’re doing it right. Allow yourself to feel good without having any goal beyond just experiencing this pleasure.

G-spot play is all about expanding your sexual potential and exploring your sexual landscape. Getting her to know her body and all the glorious things it can do for her is a reward in and of itself. Give the G-spot a try and see how it changes your sexuality.

I will love to hear your input which can be in form of contribution, support, thanks, addition or subtraction and your experience on G-spot stimulation together with clitoral stimulation.

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