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How to Use a G-Spot Vibrator - A Beginner’s Guide

VUSH Myth G-Spot vibrator being held by hands behind back resting against bottom

What is a G-Spot Vibrator?

G-Spot vibrator is a type of internal vibrator that is designed to stimulate the G-Spot from within the vagina. It’s generally a long slim shape so as to steer away from the intimidating nature of an internal toy. It also often has a slightly curved tip to hit the G-Spot at a gentle but effective angle.

What is the G-Spot?

The G-Spot is a sensitive erogenous zone located within the vagina against the wall closest to the stomach. It’s actually more of an area as opposed to a distinct spot, as it represents the back of the entire clitoral network. Unlike the clitoris, the G-Spot is not necessarily an anatomical structure it only appears or becomes sensitive once the body is aroused and the clitoris becomes erect. The ‘G’ in G-Spot signifies the name of the male scientist who discovered the erogenous zone (yes, a man).

How do G-Spot Vibrators Work?

G-Spot vibrators are designed to stimulate the G-Spot, duh. The G-Spot responds well to stroking motions, which is why G-Spot vibrators have their long slim handle to allow gentle movement of the toy. When stimulating the G-Spot without a vibrator, opt for a come-hither motion with fingers pressed gently against the vaginal wall.

 

Why Use a G-Spot Vibrator?

1. Device Designed For You

The G-Spot can feel a little hard to find at times, so it’s nice to have a dedicated tool to do the job for you. Many parts of the vulva react well to steady, consistent motion, which is why vibrators (and their stable patterns) are great for people with vulvas. Using a G-Spot vibrator reduces some of that confusion that sometimes surrounds the G-Spot and how to pleasure it, making internal stimulation a little bit easier.

2. Increased Chance of Squirting

G-Spot vibrators also offer an opportunity to experiment with squirting, if that’s something you’re interested in exploring. Squirting is a form of ejaculation from the vulva (more accurately, the urethrano it’s not just secretly pee). The G-Spot is a great tool for squirting because stimulation to this area hits the urethral sponge and encourages the release of fluid. Squirting can be a great addition to your orgasm toolkit or a fun party trick for lovers.

Is the G-Spot Really Better Than the Clit?

Here’s that age-old debate about which type of orgasm is better — the vaginal orgasm or the clitoral orgasm (also known as the internal orgasm vs. the external orgasm). The answer is, they’re really just the same thing, and neither is better or more elusive than the other. Most of the time, vaginal orgasms occur in response to G-Spot stimulation which is really just pressure on the back of the clitoris from inside the vagina. So yes, a G-Spot vibrator gives you the chance to explore a new orgasmic sensation, but it shouldn’t give you any extra cool powers or sense of superiority.

Close up of woman (Natasha Fabrizi) holding VUSH Myth G-Spot vibrator to face

 

What to Look For in a G-Spot Vibrator

1. Body-Safe Materials 

It is always important to consider the material of your sex toy, especially when this device is going inside your body. Look for medical-grade silicone from high-quality vibrator brands.

2. Gentle Curve

A G-Spot vibrator should be moulded to fit comfortably inside the vagina and stimulate the G-Spot nicely. This is often done using a gentle curve in the head of the toy.

3. Multiple Settings

It may take a while to find out exactly which type of stimulation works for your G-Spot, since it’s such a vague and non-distinct area of the genitals. Multiple pleasure settings on a vibrator allow you to explore what feels good.

4. Waterproof Feature

An added bonus for a G-Spot vibrator is that it is waterproof. This is great for those who want to explore with squirting, since it is a messy activity and can be made easier in shower or bath. 

5. Combined Stimulation

If the idea of internal stimulation alone doesn’t appeal to you, why not try a dual stimulation vibrator that hits the G-Spot and the clitoris at the same time? A rabbit vibrator is a great place to start.

 

 

 

Tips For How to Use a G-Spot Vibrator

1. Test The Toy First 

Before you put a toy inside you, you should know exactly how it works. Trial the vibrator on your hand and play with all the settings so you know which pattern comes when, and aren’t taken by total surprise when using it on the G-Spot.

2. Foreplay for the Vulva

As we said before, the G-Spot doesn’t appear unless the body is aroused, so it’s really important to wake up the entire vulva and genital area before inserting the toy. Start with whole body touching and clitoral or vulval stimulation before moving to the G-Spot.

3. Use a Good Lubricant

The vagina is self-lubricating, but this doesn’t always mean it’s wet and ready to go. Using a lube on the genitals and the vibrator can make the whole process a lot more comfortable. Pair a silicone G-Spot vibrator with a water-based lube to ensure the lubricant doesn’t deteriorate the material of the toy.

4. Include Movement

When we said it’s nice to have a toy to do the work for you, we didn’t mean it literally. Masturbation and internal vibrators always feel better with a bit of gentle movement, whether you’re moving the toy in, out, or around the vaginal area, swaying your hips in sync with the settings, or experimenting with different positions.

5. Be Versatile

Again, if the idea of internal stimulation doesn’t end up being your thing, know that you can use your vibrator for external stimulation as well. Most G-Spot vibrators work just as nicely when used outside on the clitoris as they do inside the vagina for the G-Spot.

6. Pay Attention to Pain

Penetration and internal vibrator use should never include unwanted pain. If anything feels uncomfortable, move back a step to clitoral stimulation or foreplay. If things feel genuinely painful, speak to a healthcare professional or trial a smaller toy.


Woman holding VUSH Myth G-Spot Vibrator against tummy

 

How to Clean + Store a G-Spot Vibrator

1. Wash + Rinse

All vibrators must be cleaned after each use. The easiest way to do this is to use warm soapy water or a dedicated sex toy cleaning spray. Always use a gentle soap to avoid damaging the toy. Be careful with toys that aren’t waterproof.

2. Pat Dry or Air Dry

The next step is making sure the toy is completely dry. Either leave the G-Spot vibrator on a clean surface to air dry or pat it down with a clean towel.

3. Store in Clean Bag or Case

Store your G-Spot vibrator away in a dedicated bag or case that is clean and secure. We recommend our soft storage case or hard storage case.

4. Charge For Next Time!

We guarantee you’re going to want to use your G-Spot vibrator again, so make sure you put it straight on charge to ensure it’s ready to go next time you want to get hot and heavy.

 

More from VUSH Stimulation

For more guides to using sex toys, learn how to use a rabbit vibrator,how to use a clitoral suction vibrator, and how to use a bullet vibrator. We’ve also got a beginner’s guide to choosing the right sex toy.

You can learn more about sexual wellness on our VUSH Stimulation blog. From masturbation to sexting or foreplay, we’ve got you covered.

 

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