Despite the controversy surrounding the G-spot, one thing is certain: an extraordinarily sensitive area that gives us the most wonderful orgasms really exists. How do you reach it? Introducing the easiest way — with dildos designed specifically to reach the spot that turns everything into an orgasmic haze.
Where is the G-spot? How do I find it? How do I stimulate it? These are the most frequently asked questions on Google by adults aged 18 to 65 according to a study by Durex. But let's take it one step at a time. As we explained in our blog ‘Is Meryl Streep the G-spot of the cast?’ in the 1940's, German doctor Ernst Gräfenberg discovered an erogenous zone in the interior wall of the vagina, around the urethra. He associated this area with orgasm and female ejaculation in his article ‘The role of the urethra in female orgasm’ (International Journal of Sexology, 1950; 3: 145- 148). In the 1980s, with Gräfenberg already pushing up daisies, doctors Ladas, Whipple and Perry revisited the subject and named the area ‘the Gräfenberg Spot’, or in short — the G-Spot.
Although it's still a hotly debated topic in the scientific universe, some certainties have been established, as explained by Durex expert Alix Fox in the UK edition of the HuffPost: “Scientists argue about whether the G-spot exists as a true anatomical structure: plenty now think that what is being described may actually be an internal part of the clitoris, while others reckon it’s simply a place that feels particularly sexually sensitive to lots women. “What we do know for sure is that stimulating this zone can feel great, and may lead to deep, delicious orgasms”. Now this has been cleared up, let's move on to the next question: How do you stimulate it? And this is where we come in.
The search for pleasure is our driving force and it's never futile. That's why we at EroticFeel have brought together a selection of the most highly-rated G-spot dildos. All these dildos are made by the most prestigious brands with top-quality materials. They're specifically designed to reach that spot that'll turn everything into an orgasmic haze. The secret? They're curved to make it easier to carry out that "come hither" motion that will directly stimulate the front wall of your vagina.
Made of different materials (silicone, glass, steel), with different textures and in different colours and sizes. What all G-spot dildos have in common is their curved tip. From the most realistic ones, to those that resemble seahorses — their curved tips skilfully massage that special region of rough and slightly protruding tissue that contains a complex network of nerve endings. Just browse our catalogue and choose the model you like best — it'll be the best purchase you'll ever make. That's a promise!
First of all, let's establish a few concepts — when we talk about the G-spot, we're referring to a very specific part of the female anatomy. There are many searches online regarding 'the male G-spot'. However, this term isn't used officially to refer to any part of a man's body. Now, there is indeed a particularly sensitive spot in the male anatomy that would be the equivalent of the female G-spot — the P-spot. This is located next to the prostate and accessed via the anus. At EroticFeel, you'll also find specific toys to help you reach paradise by stimulation of the male 'G-spot’ — prostate massagers.
That being said, when using a G-spot dildo, you just need a good toy and a suitable lubricant. Start by massaging the vulva and clitoris and insert the toy into the vagina when you feel excited enough. Experts recommend using it throughout the month, as sensitivity can vary depending on the time of your cycle. And one last piece of advice before you get started — when stimulating the G-spot, some women experience a sensation that can be confused with the urge to pee. Don't worry, this is the sensation that precedes female ejaculation. Don't stop there.