Our Favorite Toys for G Spot Stimulation

Our Favorite Toys for G Spot Stimulation

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Are you interested in stimulating your G-spot?

If your answer is yes, congratulations! Keep reading for some product suggestions!

In a recent article, I wrote about some of the ideal toys to use if you’re looking for internal stimulation. But, internal stimulation doesn’t automatically mean G-spot stimulation. To reach the G-spot, you often need a bit of a hooking motion, so it’s helpful if the toy (or penis, or fingers, or whatever!) is curved slightly at the top. A lot of internally focused toys are designed with this curve, but not all! That’s why in this article I will discuss my suggestions for a more specific goal - if you haven’t guessed yet, it’s Gspot stimulation!

Keep in mind that everybody’s body is different, and some shapes, sizes and materials are going to work differently for different bodies. This is a non-exhaustive list and you’ll just have to play to find out your preferences!

Keep reading for my fav options.

Sassy by Pillow Talk

As you can see, the common theme is going to be “curved vibrator”. But this fully silicone option has a few other benefits that make it ideal for this feat. First, I love the bulbous top where the curve is. This bigger shape could make it easier for you to locate your Gspot, if you haven’t ever before, because it covers a bit more surface area than the others. I also love its deep and rumbly motor, which penetrates the area you use it on deeper than surface level, often producing stronger orgasms and sensations. If this is the beginning of your Gspot journey - I recommend this bad boy!

Calexotics Stella

A caveat with this one - depending on your anatomy, the short stature of this toy might make it a bit difficult to reach your desired spot. BUT, I included it because I love the wide flat top of this toy. This shape will allow you to more accurately stimulate the area once you find it, because you won’t have to move it around much to find a good part of the toy. I also love the material this toy is made from (100% silicone) and its rechargeable motor.

This might be a hot take, but hear me out - glass could be the perfect option for you when it comes to Gspot stimulation! Rather than vibration, people often have more success with a hooked, back and forth thrusting motion when it comes to stimulating their Gspot. The way this toy is shaped (i.e the curve and bulbous head) as well as the density of the glass material could be the perfect combo for Gspot success. Don’t knock it till you try it - you’ll have to experiment to find what works for you!

Le Wand Hoop

This toy was recently mentioned in my article about non-silicone materials, but I could not live with myself if it wasn’t also mentioned here. This might arguably be the best toy for Gspot stimulation. Anecdotally it seems to be the perfect option. As you can see, it’s probably the most curved out of all the toys listed here so that in and of itself gives it an edge. But beyond that, it’s heavy at the top, easy to hold and perfectly designed for that hooked thrusting motion I mentioned earlier. If you’re a seasoned veteran in the Gspot game, I highly recommend giving this one a try!

Whether you’re just becoming curious about a new area of stimulation for yourself, wanting to help out your partner and try something new with them, or you’re a pro and looking for even more fun - any of these products are a great place to start.

But don’t forget to have fun on this journey - it’s worth noting that chasing a certain orgasm goal often leads us further away due to added pressure of performance. Try to remember that this is about pleasure and fun, not performance or reaching a goal.

Be safe, have fun and don’t forget to stop into any of our locations for some added tools and toys!

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