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Seduction Tips For Men The G Spot

Seduction Tips For Men The G Spot

By Sex Therapist, Dr. Diana Wiley View more articles

The G-spot is a dime-sized but million dollar-feeling orgasmic area about two thirds up the front vaginal wall that can trigger powerful female orgasms. Good news for the guys, too: when your lover is having body-quaking orgasms, this in turn can help facilitate ecstatic male orgasms.

Gals, once you locate the G-spot and learn the strokes that make yours sing, I promise you, your sexual response increases. Massaging your G-spot on a regular basis can increase blood flow through your entire pelvic area, which translates into being extra turned-on. This can lead to more intense orgasms and even multiple O's. Ohooooo!

This erogenous zone is made from ultra-sensitive erectile-like tissue some researchers call the "female prostate." When this sex switch is aroused, it hardens, gets rougher, and doubles in size.

Light palpation of the area with a lubricated, inserted finger or two, or with the penis during rear-entry intercourse (perhaps with added clitoral stimulation), can result in an experience that gives the term "wet spot" real meaning!

Another position which may work the G magic is the woman-on-top and leaning back slightly hands behind you supporting your weight. Then slide up and down on your man with slow, steady strokes. G-spot and clitoral stimulation can also occur with fingers inside and oral sex simultaneously performed creating a "blended" orgasm.

I'm an advocate of sex toys specially designed for G-spot access. My favorite is Natural Contours curved ULTIME. It gives strong vibrations on both ends, and its innovative shape fits around the woman's pubic bone, stimulating both the clitoris and the G-spot.

A bit of self-disclosure...In the three years I've been pleasuring with the ULTIME, I have conditioned my body to have more vaginal/g-spot orgasms (with or without the vibrator) creating major climaxes alone or with a lover that leave me seeing stars!

Strong pubococcygeus (PC) muscles surrounding the vagina encourage G-spot orgasms. Do your Kegels! Just as your body needs steady exercise to run like a finely tuned machine, your G-spot also requires a regular workout to reach its pleasure potential (see my personal example above). Kegel exercises tighten your pelvic-floor muscles. You can do them in your car or while watching TV. Here's how:

  • Find the muscle in your pelvis that can stop the flow of urine
  • Squeeze as tightly as you can
  • Hold for ten seconds and then release
  • Work up to several sets daily

By the way, since it is not politically correct (PC) to be a sexual enthusiast (so silly...why not?!), it is critical that these two uses of "PC" not be confused! Showing a little muscle is fine if it means you are a lover with good sex muscle tone. And, men can do Kegels, too, it helps prevent rapid ejaculation.

The discovery of this amazing G-spot erogenous zone, and the experience of possibly earth-shaking orgasms, may lead you to declare, "G-whiz, that was great!"

Dr. Diana Wiley, has been a Board-Certified Sex Therapist, diplomat of the American Board of Sexology, a clinical Sexologist, and a licensed marriage and family therapist for over 20 years. Her extensive professional experience and views on sex and the erotic make her a true sex guru and evangelist, and her versatility and breadth of expertise have brought with them numerous spots on national television and radio programs—including her own popular broadcast, Live With Dr. Diana. She can be reached at DrDiana@sbcglobal.net.

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