How To Use G Spot Vibrators Correctly?

How To Use G Spot Vibrators Correctly?

There are many different styles to suit individual needs in the fantastic world of women's sex toys. These include wand vibrators, rabbit vibrators, bullet vibrators, and clitoral stimulators. Each type of toy can be targeted at a different body area, including the internal, external, clitoris.

For people who are used to stimulating the vulva, the G-spot vibrator is designed specifically for this area. Finding the G-spot has become the butt of many jokes due to the inadequacy of popular culture and sex education in schools. It is considered an elusive part of the body, almost impossible to locate and stimulate.

Thankfully, that's not entirely true, and sex toy manufacturers are constantly developing products in this particular direction. The sensitive areas of the body vary greatly from person to person, and for some people, g-spot stimulation may not equal intense pleasure, while for others it does. The important thing is that the G-spot vibrator allows you to explore this area of your body and make it easier for you to take control of your happiness. In this article, we will cover how to use the G-spot vibrator and how to find your G-spot.

What is a G-spot vibrator?

The G-spot vibrator is designed to stimulate the G-spot (sensitive tissue area), where orgasm is most likely to occur. Typically, the toy will have a wand shape with a slight bend to help stimulate this usually pleasurable part of the body. For those who experience pleasure through the G-spot, this is the best option.

One vibrator can't take care of all the sensitive parts of the body, so we recommend that everyone choose a toy that fits their needs. In general, these devices are designed for both internal and external stimulation and usually do not include a separate arm for clitoral stimulation (rabbit vibrator). While dildo or wand vibrators are longer and used for deeper internal stimulation, g-spot vibrators are slightly shorter and suitable for different uses.

The difference between g-spot vibrators and dildos

There may not be a ton of visual differences between a G-spot toy and a dildo, but look closely and you'll start to see design contrasts. The main difference is that traditional dildos don't vibrate, and they don't contain a mechanism or battery to make them vibrate. While it may not have an internal motor, the dildo can be used in several different ways. You can use a dildo to stab your partner or, in a single-player game, insert a dildo. G-spot vibrators, on the other hand, include batteries and electronics that make them vibrate, and good quality vibrators will offer different vibration modes and speeds to suit a variety of preferences. Vibrators like these are suitable for penetration and G-spot stimulation, and the shape is designed for external use for vulva, nipple, or clitoral stimulation. All you need to do is guide the G-spot toy to where it feels best, rather than pushing the simulator (dildo) with your hand or body.

How to find the G-spot?

Not knowing the secret G-spot is understandable, but it doesn't have to be intimidating. What you need to know is that the G-spot is basically just a bunch of tissues and nerves in the front wall of the vagina. The best way to locate the G-spot is to lie down and do some self-exploration with your body. Try stimulating different sexy areas to warm your body. When you are ready to try to locate the G-spot, gently insert one or two fingers into the vaginal canal with your palm facing. Then, make a "come here" motion with your fingers along the front wall toward your belly button. Stimulation of this area causes swelling of the tissue, which is the ultimate goal. Everybody is different and therefore causes different responses. You can just feel the area and see if it makes you feel happy. Repeating this motion may initially make you feel like urinating, but don't worry that this is a normal reaction. For some, pleasurable feelings may then take over, while others may continue to feel the sensation of urination. For those who experience stimulation, you can continue to repeat the movement as the cervix begins to push down into the vagina until orgasm is reached, although many people still need clitoral stimulation to get there.

 In addition to using your hands or g-spot sex toys, the G-spot can also be stimulated through sex, but you should be aware that not everyone can experience vaginal orgasms, and if that's the case, you're fine. When it comes to partner sex, we recommend trying cowgirl or doggy-style poses. These positions are known to stimulate this sexy zone the most and can help you achieve a vaginal orgasm.

How to use the G-spot vibrator?

Once you get the hang of the G-spot vibrator, it's pretty simple to use. 

Clean and charge toys

Clean g-spot toys to charge before use, and make sure to charge your device regularly so you don't experience low battery conditions. Make sure to do both of these things in order for you to enjoy the atmosphere.

Adjust the mood

After completing step 1, you can adjust your mood. If you need an external force to help you find your senses, you can try dimming the lights or turning them off. We recommend playing some soothing music or lighting a scented candle. Focus and let your worries and anxieties stop so you can focus on what feels good.

Warm your body

It's important to warm up. You can touch the less sensitive erotic areas first, and then move on to the vulva, anus, or clitoris areas, etc. When you are ready to move inside, you can start with your hand or switch to the vibrator.

Use of lubricating oil

Select a safe lubricant to apply to your toy, place the G-spot vibrator at the vaginal entrance, and when ready, move it in. To stimulate your G-spot, insert the vibrator and turn the device so your head is toward the top of your vagina, then move the vibrator in a "come here" motion like a finger.

Everyone is different, so now is the time to try something that makes you feel good. Apply varying degrees of pressure to the area and switch angles and vibration modes to see how it feels.