We have found that he can reach my g-spot by inserting his tongue and moving it to make me cum.

It has been said that a tongue can not reach the spot. But we think it is true.

Can it be mine is lower than others?

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  • Michael Castleman says:

    Either yours is lower than other women’s. Or his tongue is longer and more talented than other men’s. Or he’s not contacting the G-spot, but you still enjoy the tongue play.

    The G-spot remains controversial because there’s been so little research on it. The most recent studies have been conducted in Eastern Europe, and many Americans don’t take it seriously, though they should. The research shows that the G-spot is real, and develops from the same embryonic tissue that becomes the penile shaft in men. Pressing it produces sensations for women similar to those men feel when erections get stroked.

    But I’m guessing that his tongue is not contacting your spot. Most reports of orgasm induced by G-spot play involve pressing on the front wall of the vagina. Pressing pretty firmly. Tongues don’t do that.

    Of course, in the end, who really cares if he’s on your G-spot or not. If you both enjoy it, play on!

    And if you want to learn more about the fabled spot, read The G-Spot: Everything You Need to Know.

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