Sex. That’s it. That’s the whole message. Or is it? Most people tend to have a mundane approach to it, and that’s reflected in the approach we take with our partners. 

But here’s the deal, sexual intercourse is only part of the equation. The majority of it is learning and understanding your partner’s needs and desires in this sphere, for women especially.

If you want to pleasure your woman and give her the best orgasm she’s ever had, you need to understand how it works down there, and that starts with memorizing who’s who in the g-spot vs clitoris debate.

Here’s a quick crash course on the two and how to tell the difference between a g-spot and a clitoral orgasm.

What Is the Clitoris?

So let’s talk, we need to first discuss the difference between the g-spot and the clitoris.

The clit is more than just that little bulb at the top of the vaginal hole; the whole clitoral organs are bigger than the vagina and have over ten thousand nerve endings, which is double that of the penis. 

What’s more, what you see is only a quarter of the clitoris. The rest is what is not seen, and all of it aids in your arousal.  

What Is the G-Spot?

Are the clitoris and g-spot connected? Indeed they are. It isn’t seen, but it is still a part of the clitoral glands. It is also called the Gr√§fenberg-spot, named after the German physician and scientist.

About one to two inches within the vaginal hole lies a raised, bumpy feeling area of skin on the front wall of the vagina. It is essentially the clitoral “back” and swells when stimulated and the person is aroused.

G-Spot Vs Clitoris Orgasms

Although these two are part of the same glands, the difference between the clitoris and g-spot is how they are stimulated and how you orgasm it from them. They are stimulated in very different ways and thus give very different orgasms.

Clitoral orgasms are the more common of the two, as the clitoris is more visible and more easily stimulated. A clitoral orgasm is explained as a peak high; once you reach the climax, you enjoy it and come down.

The clit becomes hypersensitive and needs time before it can be stimulated again. But to get the best clitoral orgasm, you need to stimulate it the right way, whether that’s with fingers, tongue, or vibrators (make sure you choose the right one.)

G-spot orgasms are more pervasive and take a bit of practice. They are described as a slow, body-encompassing, and fulfilling wave hitting you. And unlike the clitoral orgasm, you can have these in immediate succession.

You’ll want to use fingers or dildos (preferable glass due to the weight and strength) for proper stimulation of the g-spot. 

Gnothi Seauton…Sexually

The g-spot vs clitoris debate shouldn’t be one. It’s a question of which one you want first. Now that you know the difference, you can have truly mind-blowing orgasms with your partner or even by yourself. 

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