THE G-SPOT AND THE FEMALE ORGASMS
The Gräfenberg spot, or the G-spot is a small area in the vagina behind the pubic bone and surrounding the urethra. In many women when pressure is applied to the G-spot this normally helps to achieve orgasm.
The G-spot can be stimulated during sex in almost every sexual position, as long as there is pressure on the upper wall of the sheath. Rear positions such as doggy style prove to be suitable for orgasm from the g-spot.
The stimulation of the G-spot in positions such as the “man on top” is strengthened by placing a few pillows under the thighs and the buttocks. The partner can stimulate this region more by applying pressure with the fingers of the right hand, with the palm upward on the vagina, bending the fingers so that the joints of the fingers press against the clitoris. The fingers should move carefully inward and towards the outside while applying pressure on the front wall of the vagina where the G-spot is located.