Questions from the Twittersphere: G-Spot Toys
Some G-Spot toys are REALLY curved while some are straight without much of a bump. Do they both do the same job?
Different people may prefer different toys, and g-spot stimulation is a perfect example: g-spot toys are curved, made with a bump, ball, or other pressure-enhancing element, or both. The point is to give optimal stimulation, but there’s a third element that’s often really important: how soft and bendy or firm and rigid the toy is. Especially when g-spot-seeking for the first few times, it can really help to have maximum curve, firmness, and bump “ as long as the curve is pointing the right way! Picture the g-spot as existing inside the vagina, about where the clitoris appears on the outside. So if you’re lying on your back, the curve points up. At least two of these three elements should enhance the toy you go g-spot-hunting with.
Beyond that, it’s mostly up to personal preference. Some women love the feel of a rigid toy, others don’t find it comfortable. Some really count on that curve, while others find the ball on the end of the perfectly-straight Betty’s Barbell to be an ideal stimulator and don’t need anything beyond that. Some women just choose a realistic dildo with a prominent head and find the edge of that is enough. So it partly depends on how easy it is for you to get g-spot sensations going, and if you’re still new to it (or they’re elusive), pick something with some firmness and curve and, if you like, some bump. And one more very important thing: don’t forget the lube! You may need to exert more pressure than usual to get g-spot sensitivity going, and for many women this pressure doesn’t feel good unless the top is nice and slick.
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