Essentially, the G-spot orgasm is less reliable, but it's oh-so-good when it shows up.
Your G-spot is actually part of the whole structure of your clitoris, which extends three to five inches inside you along the vaginal canal. While everyone's G-spot is in a different, um, spot, it's usually located about two to three inches inside your vagina along the front wall, says Sari Cooper, certified sex therapist, and director of the Centre for Love and Sex in New York City. Since blood flow to the area causes it to swell, the more aroused you are the easier it is to find. (As if you needed another excuse for some steamier, longer foreplay.)
"Not every woman will have a G-spot orgasm, and that's totally normal," says Cooper. And she's right: Studies have shown that only about a third of women have had them.
But we say there's no harm in trying. So conduct your own personal research tonight with these sexy moves that target your G-spot. Worst case, your consolation prize is a night of super hot sex. We'll take it.