When it comes to sex, regardless of how experienced you may be, there's an elusive spot that takes some practice to find. Whether you're going solo or with a partner, the G-spot is something that you've heard about and undoubtedly wondered how to access. Because the myths are true — the G-spot is an erogenous zone that can bring you some major pleasure. Lucky for you, there are certain moves to hit your G-spot that you can take with you the next time you're headed to the bedroom.
If you've never experienced a G-spot orgasm before, you might not know how it feels. (Hint: it's great.) You may want to experiment with yourself first, so you can help guide your partner to your G-spot the next time you're getting down. According to Cosmopolitan, it may take some time to find your G-spot. "You're seeking a spongy, puckered, or slightly ridged area, like the roof of your mouth," Celeste Hirschman, assistant professor at the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality told the publication. A good indication you've found your G-spot (or your partner has), is suddenly feeling a need to pee. According to a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, this is because the G-spot is so close to the urethra and can trigger that feeling. But there's no need to worry, after a few seconds it will pass, and you'll be well on your way to a very, very intense orgasm courtesy of your G-spot.