How to Use a G-Spot Vibrator

You’ve heard the buzz (ha, ha) about g-spot vibrators, and naturally, you want to know how to use them to get the orgasms that they can give you. 

Read below for everything you need to know about g-spot vibrators.

What is the g-spot?

The g-spot is actually an abbreviation for the Gräfenberg spot, named after German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg. 

Although there is a lot of discussion about its very existence, self-exploration could be the key to you finding your g-spot. 

plastic model of female genitalia with various anatomical parts labeled

The g-spot is considered part of your clitoris. Unlike you’ve been led to believe, your clitoris isn’t the small nub above your vagina. Modern radiology has shown us that the clitoris extends along your pubic bone and behind your vagina. 

When aroused, your clitoral urethral vaginal complex becomes engorged. Without being aroused, chances are you’re not going to find your g-spot, much less get that super pleasurable feeling that everyone touts.

When your glands engorge, your g-spot and everywhere else in your vaginal becomes sensitive and swells. This swelling pushes out your g-spot so you can feel it.

What does the g-spot feel like?

Your g-spot is soft like your vaginal tissue, but the texture is different. Where your vaginal walls are smooth, your g-spot will feel bumpy and spongey. 

What does the g-spot look like?

Your g-spot looks just like your vaginal tissue. You cannot locate it by sight, only touch.

How can you find the g-spot?

Take your index and or middle fingers and place the pads of your fingers at your vagina. Insert one or both fingers in your vagina and make a come-hither motion. Start shallow and slowly move back until you feel the spongey g-spot. It’s important not to press too hard when feeling around because it’s going to keep you from feeling the difference. 

You’ll have to move your fingers back and forth, the g-spot is in a different spot for all women. 

What if you can’t find the g-spot?

If you’re having a hard time finding your g-spot, consider that you must be aroused to feel it. If you’re feeling the pressure and stress, you might have a hard time finding it. A solo mission where you’re relaxed and on your time might be the way to go. Do whatever you need to do to get aroused, watch some porn, read a dirty book, or whatever floats your boat. 

Another consideration is your anatomy could possibly prevent you from being able to feel your g-spot. The g-spot relies on glands to allow it to swell enough for you to feel it. Depending on your anatomy, it’s possible your g-spot will not get large enough to touch. 

You might be part of the group of women who don’t get any pleasure from stimulating the g-spot. 

How to Use a G-Spot Vibrator

Woman holding a purple g-spot vibrator in front of a white background

Once you’ve found your g-spot, you’re ready to explore with a g-spot vibrator. They are vibrators specifically made to be inserted to stimulate your g-spot the way that a plain vibrator cannot. 

These vibrators are commonly ridged, bumped, or bent to point up and hit your g-spot with a bulbous end. 

Since stimulating your g-spot typically makes you think you have to pee, always start with an empty bladder. 

Now follow the golden-rule of g-spot stimulation and turn yourself on. Take the time with your foreplay. Rub the vibrator on your nipples and your clit. 

Insert the vibrator with the bent end up. Make sure that you’re keeping it shallow in your strokes. If you go deep, you’ll end up missing your g-spot. 

Pay attention to the angle of your vibrator as well. Once you insert the vibrator, point the tip up to hit your g-spot directly.

Graphic summary of how to use a g-spot vibrator

What does stimulating the g-spot feel like?

Successfully finding the g-spot will yield different sensations in women. This is part of the reason that the g-spot can be so elusive. 

Some women feel a warm sensation while some women feel like they need to pee. Another typical response is just deep pulses from the stimulation, deeper than only penetration alone. 

Can women really ejaculate?

The g-spot is described as the female prostate. The g-spot and its ability to make women ejaculate has been a hotly contested topic. When it comes down to it, only 10% of women can ejaculate regularly, but many more women report ejaculating at least once

Even though female ejaculate does come out of the urethra, it is not urine and also isn’t the same cervical fluid that makes you wet. It’s a fluid that is made in the same gland that plumps your g-spot. Like semen, it’s odorless and milky white in appearance.

Choosing a g-spot vibrator

Picking the right g-spot vibrator takes just a bit of consideration. Standard straight shaft vibrators are not going to cut it here.

Fortunately, it’s a category unto its own, which will help you narrow down your choices. 

Most g-spot vibrators are shorter than standard vibrators at around 4 to 5 inches. The widest point is typically about 1.5 inches. If you favor a thicker toy, keep that in mind when making your choice. 

Remember that the g-spot is around 2-3 inches deep, so getting a longer vibrator isn’t necessary if you’re only going to use it for g-spot stimulation. 

A great option is the Rave by We-Vibe. This is a very quiet g-spot vibrator with 10 modes. It’s controllable on the actual vibe or through an app. The material is a luxurious waterproof silicone and feels silky smooth. 

Another terrific vibrator is the Fun Factory Stronic G. It isn’t as quiet as the Rave, but it’s just as waterproof and made of silky smooth silicone. What the Stronic G brings to the table is a thrusting motion that it does on its own! It has seven speeds and three settings to set the thrust to and let that steady rhythm get you to a great orgasm. 

If you’re looking for a less expensive option to explore before you really commit, the Aria Hue G is a solid choice. Although it is not as powerful as the prior two, it’s waterproof and made of quality silicone material. This vibrator still possesses plenty of speeds and rhythms and has the ideal curve for g-spot stimulation.

Dual stimulation for powerful orgasms

The clitoris is an integral part of the action. Just like a majority of women cannot climax with penetration alone, many women cannot orgasm with g-spot stimulation alone.

Woman holding a purple rabbit vibrator in front of a white background

Your g-spot might also not do anything for you, or if it does, it might not feel good but not yield in an orgasm. If you are one of those women, you are really going to appreciate a rabbit vibrator. In addition to g-spot stimulation, the bunny is going to stimulate your clit and give you powerful blended orgasms.