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My Fave Luxury G-Spot Sex Toys

So you’ve made a few small purchases of intimate accessories here and there, found some you loved and some you weren’t really pleased with. Have explored your g-spot (on your own or with something fun), and finally decided it’s time to shell out that little savings you’ve got tucked away for something pretty exceptional. The only problem, you don’t know what’s worthy of your hard earned cash. Good news – I do.

After spending over 6 years working with intimate accessories, with a large portion of that time dedicated to reviews, I’ve had my fair share of great times and unfortunately, experiences I could have lived without. Having said that, I’ve been lucky enough to try some of the best products on the market, all of which have given me the experiences and expertise to know what’s good and what’s better left behind.

With that in mind, if you have a little extra dough, want something specifically designed for g-spot stimulation, made of high quality materials, that’s rechargeable (so much better than batteries), is easy to use, has lots of functions and comes with all the high end bells and whistles a luxury product should, look no further, you’ve found the mother load.

Below are 4 of my all time favorite luxury vibrators specifically designed to make the g-spot happy. Go on, treat yourself. You deserve it!

Luxury G-Spot Sex Toys

Lelo Gigi VibratorLelo Gigi ($99.99 – $149.99)

Way back in the days when I first started working at a brick and mortar store GiGi was something everyone wanted. It was smooth, sleek, rechargeable, made of high end velvety smooth silicone, very quiet, well made and quite different from the traditional (read – boring) vibrators out at the time.

On a whim of curiosity I decided to splurge and take Gigi home to see what the big deal was. At first I was slightly unimpressed. That’s not to say I wasn’t taken aback by the design, ease of use, level of quality or respectful and beautiful packaging. Instead I found it to be a firm product that inserted easily, yet didn’t give me mind boggling orgasm I hoped for. Keep in mind this was back in the day when I was still learning, growing, exploring, challenging myself and my curiosity to rise above any preconceived notions about sex, sexuality and my body. After a few lack luster experiences I put Gigi away in its box where it sat for almost a year. As most of you probably know, a lot can change in a year.

When I came across it by accident, hidden and tucked away in the bottom of a drawer, I quickly pulled it out, recharged it and patiently waited. All the while quietly wondering if a year of bodily explorations would make a difference. Boy did it ever! Not only was finding my g-spot with Gigi quick and comfortable, but it was also far easier to operate and well worth the wait.

Unfortunately it does have a few draw backs; because it’s an older product I find the vibrations aren’t as insanely powerful as many that are made today. Then again that isn’t always a bad thing, especially for those of you that don’t want a crazy powerful product. It’s also not waterproof, for some of you that may be an issue, for others it wont. Regardless I thought I’d add it just to make sure everyone was in the know.

Stats: Length 6 1/2″, insertable length 4 1/2″, circumference 3 1/2″, diameter 1 1/8″, weight 1 lb

Final Verdict: 4.5 stars out of 5

Je Joue G-KiJe Joue G-Ki ($98.99 – $110.00)

I know I’ve claimed many products are my favorites, that some of them I just couldn’t live without. However, if there is one that I’d need when deserted on a stranded island without a companion (who’d put out penetration wise) it would be the G-Ki by Je Joue.

Not only is it easy to use, body safe, waterproof, rechargeable, damn near silent and extremely powerful, but it also does something no other product on the market can – it fully customizes to fit your bodies needs, and quite comfortably I might add!

In total I found 5 different positions that you could shape the G-Ki. That said if the first one doesn’t generate g-spot stimulation, you always have another 4 that you can play with until you find one that does. Keep in mind that while it might take a little time, when you do find a customized curve that hits your g-spot, it will definitely be worth the wait! Trust me!

As for the vibrations; there are 5 different speeds and 5 different vibrational patterns and activating them is a sinch; simply press the metal + (plus) button located on the handle once to activate it and to run through the 5 different speeds. The sixth press of the button shifts to the vibrational patterns. To run through them just keep pressing the + (plus) button until you find one that you like. If you go past a setting that you like just hit the – (minus) button located right below and you go back to the previous speed or setting. To turn it off just hold down the – (minus) button for 2 seconds and off it goes. Fantastic for those of you that need a product that has a “quick off” feature.

I have only one complaint and to be honest it really isn’t anything to worry about; manipulating the joints to adjust the head and shaft might be a little scary at first, especially if you’re someone like me who tends to break things. That said all it takes is a couple minutes to learn the amount of pressure your G-ki needs to move and you’re fine.

Stats: Length 9″, insertable length 5″, circumference 4″, diameter 1 1/2″, weight 1.5 lbs

Final Verdict: 5.75 out of 5 stars (it’s my rating system and I can do what I want!)

Lelo Ina: ($144.99 – $219.99)

There are so many reasons I love the Lelo Ina; it’s easy to use, made from body safe silicone, is hypo allergenic, hygienic, non porous, latex & phthalate free, non toxic and silky to the touch, is built to last, has dual motors (meaning more stimulation points), is powerful, very quiet, waterproof and has a setting I’ve never experienced on another product (the “circular mode”) that vibrates like it’s not only inside you, but a part of you. A part you never knew could be stimulated.

As for operating it there’s only 4 buttons to worry about; (-) minus, (+) plus, upwards arrow and downwards arrow. To turn it on just press the (+) button and it begins to vibrate at a low and steady rumble, press it again and it goes up in power. If you want to change the setting simply press the upwards arrow and it jumps to a pulsation, hitting it again will take you to the next setting and so forth. To turn it off simply hold the (-) button for couple seconds and it quickly powers down.

*In total there are 8 different vibration modes with varying speeds.

While it is rather pricey I have to say that it is most definitely worth it! If I wasn’t doing reviews and had the money to spend, based on the experiences I’ve had with it – I wouldn’t think twice about buying it.

When it came to drawbacks there was really only one and it’s actually something I’ve heard about from other people, yet didn’t really experience myself; because of the shape and thickness of the product some find that it ‘pinches’ or ‘clamps down’ on the area uncomfortably. Since I knew this issue in advance I took some time to stretch the clitoral stimulator back until it wasn’t so tight and rigid.

Stats: Length 7 3/4″, insertable length 3 1/2″, circumference 4 1/2″, diameter 1 3/8″, weight 1.5 lbs

Final Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 stars

WeVibe IIWe-Vibe III: ($77.77 -$199.99)

When I received the original We-Vibe I was quickly impressed with its ease of use, high quality silicone materials, rechargeability and long battery life, innovative design (it’s meant for using during intercourse), comfortability, 3 vibration speeds and the rare ability to target specific areas in an almost perfectly hands free way.

Fortunately the We-Vibe III has the exact same features, but instead of 3 vibration speeds you get 6 different modes that include pulsations, escalations, roller coaster, throbbing and a wonderful steady and strong vibe. It also comes in a variety of colors, rather than the original plain purple design.

Of course none of that really matters unless it does what it’s supposed to, and boy does it ever. Inserting the product is very comfortable due to the thin, rounded and non intrusive design. It’s this thinness that allows the insertion of a penis without creating discomfort, but instead creating a sensation of fullness and amazing pressure on the g-spot. It’s also highly flexible so you can move, shape and shift it to target both the g-spot and labia, or for those of you with a clitoris that sits a little lower, it’s fantastic for targeting both areas without any stress or discomfort. Regardless of how you choose to use it, or the areas you hope to target, I have to say that this product is by far one of the best I’ve ever had the pleasure of owning.

Things I didn’t like – it attracts lint like crazy. But that’s pretty much it.

Stats: Length 3″, insertable length 3″, circumference 3″, diameter1″

Final Verdict: 4.25 out of 5 stars

If none of the above products strike your fancy, keep in mind that there are many more worth checking out. Unfortunately I don’t have the time to list them all here, however I will be covering each of the below items in future reviews. If you’d like to check them out now, feel free to click the images below to learn more;

Extasy Elegance

Lelo Mona

Jopen Vanity Vr2

Vanity Vr2

Fun Factory Delight



Overall Final Verdict

I have to admit, I’ve been rather fortunate (read – spoiled) when it comes to getting my hands on high end products I wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford. Having said that I understand just how important it is to know if a product is good or not before opting to spend some hard earned cash. With that in mind, you can rest assured that each of the products I’ve listed above are some of the best available. I should know, I’ve tried them.

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Beginners Guide: G-Spot Dildos

gspot dildosIf you’ve been following my recent posts you shouldn’t be surprised to see this one in the mix.

Like vibrators, there are many dildos specifically designed to help you find your g-spot and apply the much needed pressure. And while there is nothing like the sweet hum of a vibrator, there’s definitely something to be said for the fullness, pressure and simplicity most targeted g-spot dildos provide.

For those of you wondering what the difference is;  dildos are (often phallic) shaped sex toys designed for vaginal or anal penetration, and unlike vibrators, dildos do not have motors or moving parts. Since they don’t have anything that would vibrate, pulsate, escalate, or bring any form of mechanical pleasure, most of the enjoyment comes from penetration (whether in the form of thrusting, applying pressure, or ‘rocking’ to stimulate the g-spot), or the sensation of fullness they provide.

They can be made from a wide range of materials including plain rubber (though I don’t support them for this reason), silicone, vinyl, ABS plastic, TPR (thermo plastic rubber), TPE (thermo plastic elastomer), metal, wood, and glass. Fortunately for those that like variety, they can be found in almost any shape and/or size imaginable.

One thing to note, the vast majority of g-spot dildos are safe for vaginal use, but a dildo that’s being put in your butt must have flared base, be free of sharp edges and seams, and be easily removed to be considered safe.

With that in mind, I thought it would be a good idea to list a few of my absolute favorite g-spot dildos in order to help you not only find your g-spot, but also encourage you to explore your body.

The Best G-Spot Dildos for Beginners

bent graduate, glass g-spot sex toyDouble G Glass Stunner ($24.99 – $59.99)

From that lovely curve to the rippled end, the wonderful feeling of warm or cool glass to the fantastic design, the moment I saw this glass g-spot dildo I just had to have it!

Measuring 8 1/2″ in total length and crafted out of extremely high quality Pyrex glass (it’s able to stand 1,500 lbs of pressure!), this is one product that if cared for properly, will likely last you a life time.

*for those of you scared by the size, don’t worry – only 4 1/2″ is meant for insertion.

Along with being wonderfully designed, built to last and relatively affordable for the quality, glass has another fantastic feature – it’s non porous, meaning it wont absorb bacteria, bodily fluids or lube. It will also never age, fade or discolor, can be totally sterilized and is completely hypoallergenic and hygienic.  Basically put, if you want quality, buy some fantastically designed glass products!

If that wasn’t enough, it has one of the most lovely levels of firmness to provide pressure on the g-spot, while also being exceptionally comfortable to hold. You can use it in a rocking motion to stimulate the area, gently thrust it ( be gentle, you don’t want to bruise your cervix) or simply hold it in place while you use something for clitoral stimulation. What ever you choose I’m pretty sure you won’t be disappointed.

Along with the various wonderful design features, it also has a rounded tip that allows it to slide inside very comfortably with the help of a tiny amount of your favorite lube.  If the curve doesn’t quite do it for you, you can also flip it around and use the ridges on the opposite side, all of which will rub on the g-spot offering some amazing sensations. Last but not least, you can use the curved end as a handle which again makes it very comfortable and easy to use.

On that note, because the glass g-spot dildo is made from glass it can be placed in warm or cold water to allow for some seriously amazing temperature play.

When it comes to cleaning you can wash it with soap and hot water, spray it down with you favorite toy cleaner. As for lube, you can use anything you want. Just keep in mind that it becomes extremely slippery when wet, so a little will go a very long way. (it’ll also save you money in the long run!)

Downfalls: None. Absolutely none.

Final Verdict: 5.5 out of 5 stars (it’s my rating system, I can do that when I want! ha!)

tantus charmerTantus Charmer ($44.99 – $59.99)

I’m rather proud to say that the Tantus Charmer was one of the very first dildos I received for g-spot stimulation, and even after all these years it’s never let me down.

Made of high quality silicone that allows for a little bit of give and flexibility,  the Charmer still manages to retain much of its firmness, offering great g-spot stimulation in the form of both pressure and continuous rubbing during thrusting.

On that note, it has 4 lovely ridges that when used in a thrusting motion, gently massage the g-spot. How fast or slow you use it is totally up to you, but it’s definitely one I would highly suggest.

In regard to cleaning you can bleach it in 10% bleach solution, boil it, put it in the dishwasher (I’m not kidding folks!), wash it with soap and water or spray it with toy cleaner. What ever you choose just keep in mind that Tantus products are made of some of the best silicone and like glass, won’t absorb bacteria, bodily fluids or lube.

As for lube, I’d only suggest a good water based one as a silicone would likely ruin it.

Final Verdict: 4.75 out of 5 stars

Lelo EllaLelo Ella ($39.99 – $59.99)

When the Lelo Ella first came out I was intrigued. For one thing it was shaped unlike the traditional dildos I was used to (read: it’s not a dick). For another, it was the one and only product everyone who owned it seemed to rave about. And I do mean everyone.

Finally submitting to the consensus I asked the generous folks at to send one my way to include in this project. Fortunately for me they did, and in retrospect, I have no idea what took me so long. Very quickly Ella has filled one of the missing pieces in my drawer of ‘very necessary sex toys’.

Unlike many other products Ella‘s head has a way of hugging the g-spot very comfortably, giving  absolute control of the level of pressure you apply and because of the slightly rounded head, it glides in easily, almost instantly finding your g-spot without much struggle or searching. On top of that, Ella can be flipped around offering a lovely raised mount that applies pressure to the g-spot.

As for the stats: the product measures 7 1/2″ in total length, with 6 1/2″ of that being insertable. At its widest part you’re looking at 1 1/2 inches and regarding girth, 4″. Suffice to say it’s a comfortable size that even someone who’s not very sexually experienced could use without much pain or worry.

Like the other two products Ella  is hypoallergenic, hygienic, body safe and non porous so it doesn’t absorb bodily fluids lube or bacteria, making clean up a breeze. When it comes to cleaning  you can wash it with soap and water, gently boil it, use a 10% bleach solution, wash it with soap and water or spray it with your favorite toy cleaner.

Again I’d only suggest a good water based lube as a silicone lube would likely ruin it.

Final Verdict: 5 out of 5 stars

If none of the above products strike your fancy, keep in mind that there are many more worth checking out. Unfortunately I don’t have the can’t list them all , but feel free to click the image below to learn more.

Tantus G-Spot

Fun Factory

NJ Fun Wand

Tantus Curve

Overall Final Verdict

Finding the perfect product for g-spot stimulation can be a challenge, especially when you don’t know what you’re looking for. Even more so when you don’t have any idea of what makes a sex toy a good one. I sincerely hope that through this series of posts you’ll not only find something that works for your body, but helps makes the process easier and more comfortable.

I’ve tried to cover as many of the basics as possible, while focusing on affordability, ease of use, body safety and longevity. Hopefully each of these posts has (or will) help in some way, and as I’ve said before, your safety and well being are my #1 concern.

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Basic G-Spot Vibrators

Ahh, the ever elusive g-spot. One of the body parts mind boggling orgasms and frustrated rants are made of.  If that sounds a bit familiar, don’t worry you’re definitely not alone; for most women finding the g-spot can be a bit of a challenge, if not a great big annoyance. Trust me I know, I’ve been there.

Maybe it’s because of where it’s located (tucked away all nestled snug in the vag). Maybe it’s because we don’t have arms and fingers long enough to comfortably reach it. Or maybe it’s because half of us have no clue what we’re supposed to be looking for. Either way, the thought of twisting, bending and straining in the hopes of reaching an orgasm doesn’t sound like the most fun task in the world, especially when there’s no guarantee it will even happen.

Fortunately these frustrations can be a thing of the past with the help of  basic g-spot vibrators specifically designed to not only stimulate your g-spot, but more importantly – help you to find it!

Based on my own personal experiences, the 5 I’ve listed below are ones I’ve found to be extremely helpful when it came to producing some exceptionally pleasurable experiences.

*Once again I just want to send out a big thank you to the folks at for not only sending the products my way (so I could review them), but for also being so supportive when it came to helping me create big project like this. If you’ll be making any purchases due to this series of posts, please support them to show your thanks for them supporting me!!

**All of the price ranges are quoted from various online sites, with being the lowest priced quote offered in this post.

Basic G-Spot Vibrators

Slimline G: ($14.88 – $29.99)

One of the very first products I purchased during my personal sexual exploration was the Slimline G. I don’t know if it was the affordable price ($14.88 – can we say hells yes?!), ease of use, sturdy design, strange looking bulbous head or the fact that the sales lady kept raving about it, but I just couldn’t help myself from buying it.

Not only has the Slimline G helped me find my g-spot and achieve some great orgasms over the years, but it has also stood the test of time, lasting far longer than many other intimate accessories I’ve owned.  (I dropped it, left it for hours in a sink of water, accidentally slammed it in a door – long story don’t ask –  jammed it in a drawer and it still worked!) Taking all of that into consideration, I can’t help but suggest it to any person on a budget that’s also looking for a good buy.

As for the  specs and features; the Slimline G is crafted out of  body safe ABS plastic that’s very firm with no ‘give’ making it perfect for applying pressure to the g-spot. It measures 8″ in total length (7″ of which is insertable), has a bulbous head that allows for a comfortable insertion, while also being wide enough to offer a large surface area for stimulation (it’s 4 1/2″ in circumference). On top of that, it has a dial on the bottom that makes it very easy to use, while also being water-proof.

When it comes to cleaning you can spray it with toy cleaner or give it a good wash with soap and water. In regard to lube, since it’s made of ABS you can use anything your little va-jay-jay desires.

The downfalls; it’s loud, not Hitachi Magic Wand loud, but loud enough that someone in the same room would hear it. Aside from that it doesn’t have any special vibration patterns or an easy ‘off’ button and requires 2 AA batteries. (I’m a sucker for rechargeable products)

Final Verdict: 4 out of 5 stars.

Platinum Edition Butterfly Kiss: ($19.99 – $29.99)

If there is one product I think every female on a budget (that also wants a worthwhile vibe) should have, it’s the Platinum Edition Butterfly Kiss. Seriously, I love it.

Not only is the product the perfect length for G-Spot stimulation, but it also has a lovely little soft and squishy bulbous head that makes insertion and targeting the g-spot easy. More then that, it’s made of body safe TPR and it has 9 functions of vibration, pulsation, and escalation to help arouse.

Sure the head isn’t firm or hard, which might not work out very well when it comes to applying pressure – but for me it does everything I need it to and then some! On that note, because it’s made of flexible and squishy TPR it moves with your body rather than feeling like you have something ‘jammed’ in you (a common complaint I’ve heard regarding the standard ‘firm’ vibes).

Like the Slimline G the product can be cleaned with soap and water or toy cleaner. Totally up to you. As for lube, I’d stick with a good water based lube as a silicone would be relatively hard to clean since the TPR is porous.

The downfalls; It requires 2 AAA batteries and attracts lint. That’s it.

(*In truth I could have added this as a dual vibe, but I love what it does for my G-Spot – so I’m putting it here. To watch my video review click here.)

Final Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Shanes World Campus G ($19.99 – $29.99) (*update: no longer available)

If I told you I liked the packaging I’d be lying. Likewise, if I told you the Campus G wasn’t good at offering g-spot stimulation, I’d also be lying. Point being: never judge a vibe by it’s cover.

From its smooth and shiny waterproof outer TPE shell, to the bizarre and random little nubs at its base, the Campus G has it covered when it comes to comfortable insertion, stimulating the vulva and targeting the g-spot in a way that’s almost perfect.

Measuring 6 3/4″ in total length, with 3″ meant for insertion, it’s the smallest of the 5 (in this post), though it’s definitely not the thinnest, coming in with a 4.4″ girth at its widest part. Insertion is rather comfortable due to the rounded tip and targeting the g-spot is easy with its perfect shape for applying pressure.

As for the firmness, it comes in somewhere between the Platinum Butterfly Kiss and Slimline G, having a curved tip that’s somewhat squishy, yet maintaining a firm outer shell that isn’t very flexible. In my experiences it’s been a rather nice combination of the features offered with the other two products, while still having some special features of its own (ahhh, that lovely bizarre shaped base).

When it comes to cleaning simply wash it with soap and water or spray it with toy cleaner. As for lube, I’d also suggest a good water based one.

*Because the Campus G works like the Slimline G, via a dial on the bottom, controlling the speeds is very easy.

The downfalls: Requires 2 AA batteries, doesn’t have any special vibrational patterns and is rather loud.

Final Verdict: 4 stars out of 5

Lia Magic Wand ($39.99 – $59.99)

When I first got my hands on the Lia I thought it would let me down. Like many Cal Exotics products, this pretty pink g-spot vibe came packaged in a cheap and flimsy transparent box that looked like it would fall apart the moment it was removed. And while I said you shouldn’t judge a vibe by its cover, sometimes I just can’t help myself. (force of habit I guess)

Quite surprisingly the Lia Magic Wand (no affiliation with the Hitachi Magic Wand) is stronger than some of the higher priced vibes I’ve tried, and also surprisingly, much better quality. Made of silicone (it passed the flame test) and velvety smooth to the touch, Lia has a relatively thin girth compared to the others (only 3.8″) and measures 8 1/2″ in total length with 6 1/2″ of that being insertable.

As for vibrational functions, there are 10 in total that vary from 3 speeds to various escalations and pulsations, all of which are managed from 2 buttons located on the bottom; one for turning it on and quickly off, and another for running through the settings.

Aside from the ‘body safe’ materials, ease of use and lovely design the product has one more thing going for it; I’ve often found that when it comes to affordable products that come with various vibration speeds many of them either die very quickly (batteries, how I loathe them) or somehow lose strength the further you go through the settings. That of course isn’t to mention the fact that most also have the mechanical part in the bottom causing the vibration to fade as it’s carried throughout the shaft. Fortunately the Lia Magic Wand has the vibration right in the tip (no pun intended) so you feel it directly on the g-spot…and it doesn’t lose power when experimenting.

Since Lia is made of silicone I’d only suggest a good water based lube as a silicone lube would likely ruin it. As for cleaning, you can wash it with soap and water or give it a once over with toy cleaner.

The downfall: the head is rather flexible which could make applying pressure a tad difficult.

Final Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 stars

 Royal Princess: ($46.88 – $69.99)

After experiencing what the previous product could do I had very high expectations for the Royal Princess. How could I not, it’s a relatively similar design and made by the same company.  I also had high expectations due to the fact that it was from the Sue Johanson product line and endorsed by a woman who heavily influenced my sexual education as a teen through her “Sunday Night Sex Show” television program. I hate to say it but after testing it (a few times for fairness) I sit sadly on the fence.

On the one hand it’s made from TPR making it smooth, somewhat squishy, a little flexible and very comfortable during insertion. It also has a nice curved neck that hugs the g-spot and retains enough firmness to apply pressure, while also being waterproof. On the other hand, it has a very weak vibe especially when compared to the other 4 products and even more so when compared to all of the products I’ve reviewed – yes, I mean that.  Sure, it has 7 vibrational functions that offer a variety, but when you can’t really feel them that doesn’t make much difference. Aside from that, it’s a little awkward to use as the buttons are very small and located on the bottom which makes hitting the off button by accident a frequent annoyance.

Of course I completely understand that some women don’t like strong vibrations, and that the old adage ‘less is more’ can often be true. Sadly for me it’s not, which is why I find myself sitting on the fence. That in mind, if you want a g-spot vibrator that isn’t overly powerful I suggest you try this one over the others. You likely won’t be disappointed.

Like the others you can clean it with soap and water or toy cleaner, and as for lubricant, I’d suggest a good water based one.

Final Verdict: 3.5 out of 5 stars

More Great Basic G-spot Vibrators

If none of the above products strike your fancy, keep in mind that there are many more worth checking out.  Unfortunately I don’t have the time to list them all here, however I will be covering each of the below items in future reviews.  If you’d like to check them out now, feel free to click the image below to learn more;

Basic G-Spot Vibrators

Roulette Lucy 13

Basic G-Spot Vibrators

Crush Mi Amor

Basic G-Spot Vibrators Lelo Mona

Lelo Mona

Lelo Gigi

Entice Mae

Posh Teaser


Overall Final Verdict

If you’ve found yourself looking to explore both your sexuality and body, while also deciding to hunt for that ever elusive g-spot, I highly suggest you do yourself a favor and get a little something to help you on your journey. Not only will it make the experience much more enjoyable, but it’ll likely leave you without the common back, wrist or hand cramp I’m constantly messaged about from curious women tired of trying.

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Kegel Exercises for G-Spot Wellness

While there are many intimate accessories designed to make stimulating the g-spot exceptionally easy, I’m a firm believer that having a fit, healthy and strong vagina is still one of the most important factors when it comes to overall sexual enjoyment.

Just like any other muscle in the body, the PC muscles (or pubococcygeus muscles) need regular exercise to maintain their tone, functionality and overall health.

Not only does having strong PC muscles enhance g-spot stimulation, but it can also give you a more desirable grip during intercourse, help to control your bladder, make child birth easier, while also preventing incontinence as you age.

As for the sexual benefits, they’ve been known to help women learn to reach a g-spot orgasm, make their orgasms much more powerful, improve sexual arousal and possibly help make female ejaculation a bit more of a possibility.

*For those of you wondering, the PC Muscles are several layers of hammock-like muscles (found in both men and women) that are attached to the front, back and sides of the pelvic bones and stretch from the pubic bone to the tail bone. Along with other tissues, these muscles work to support the pelvic organs, including the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum.

pelvic musclesKegel Exercises for G-Spot Health

Since it may take patience, dedication and time to not only identify your pc muscles, but also learn how to contract and relax them, I thought I’d share some pointers to make practicing slightly easier:

Finding the right muscles: To find your pc muscles I suggest inserting a finger into your vagina and trying to squeeze the surrounding muscles (you should feel your vagina tighten and the pelvic floor move upward). Once you’ve done this successfully, you can relax your muscles and feel the pelvic floor return to the starting position. if that doesn’t work for you trying to stop the flow of urine when you urinate might be a better option. If you succeed, you’ve got the basics.

*Doing Kegel exercises with a full bladder or while emptying your bladder can actually weaken the muscles, as well as lead to incomplete emptying of the bladder — which may increases the risk of a urinary tract infection.

How To Strengthen Your Kegels w/ A Product

Thanks to the creation of different Kegel exercisers like Ben Wa Balls, Vaginal Barbells, Bio-Feedback devices and Duo Balls, strengthening the area has become much easier, and although the shape and size of such products may differ, using them is generally the same idea:

1.)  Relax your body and insert the product. If you find you’re having difficulty try adding a little bit of  lubrication  to help it/them glide in. (You can insert them standing, with one leg up or while laying down. Do what’s comfortable for you)

2.)  Squeeze your PC muscles together to hold the product in place. If you notice that it feel like they’re slipping or  pushing down a little (while inside your vagina) don’t worry it’s normal.

3.)  Hold the product inside for about 10 minutes a day to strengthen your PC muscles. Once you’ve built the muscle up you can increase the length of time they are inserted.

4.)  When you’ve had enough and want it removed you’ve got quite a few options to your disposal including jumping up and down, coughing, bearing down as if you’re having a bowel movement, inserting lubricant to help them slide out or simply inserting one finger and gently trying to roll them out (I’ve done all of the above so I know they work, especially with Ben Wa Balls). Just keep in mind that they won’t get lost inside you, or your vagina.

Great Products for Kegel Exercise

Ben Wa Balls: ($12.99 – $24.99)

If there is one product that seems to have stood the test of time is these lovely little marble shaped metallic 2oz weighted balls. Smooth to the touch and easy to insert, Ben Wa Balls are crafted out of solid non porous and non tarnishing metal, making them body safe, compatible with any lube and very discreet. If silver isn’t your thing they also come in a variety of colors, sizes and weights, as well as body safe ABS plastic, rather than metal.  My suggestion if you go for metal, get some stainless steel kegel balls; they’re far more durable.

To use them simply insert one at a time and use your PC muscle to hold them in place (don’t worry, they won’t get lost in side you – promise!).  While you can wear them during your day to day activities I suggest you be a little careful, at least in the beginning. I know a few people who have had them fall out and roll down a pant leg while in public. (Definitely funny in retrospect or to read in an email, but not so fun in the moment – for the record, it doesn’t happen that often).

*If you’re new to Kegel exercises I suggest you try using something a bit larger to first, as it’ll likely be much easier to hold onto. Once you feel comfortable and ready to move to something a little harder to master give the Ben Wa Balls a try.

Specs: Circumference 2 1/4″, Diameter 3/4″, Weight 2oz (.13lbs)

Final Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Silicone Kegel Balls: ($22.99 – $29.99)

From the moment I saw the Mina Luna Beads I loved them!

Not only do they come respectfully and professionally packaged but  they’re velvety smooth to the touch, firm and nicely weighted (not too heavy, nor too light). They’re also waterproof, made of high quality silicone so they’re non porous, hypo allergenic, hygienic, phthalate and latex free.

Rather than using a traditional string, the outer bulbous shells are connected via a thin piece of silicone that allows them to be very flexible and conform to your bodies shape and movements. As I said they are firm and have no squish or give to them, fortunately this isn’t necessarily a downfall as it makes inserting them very, very easy (though I still suggest using a good water based lubricant to help out).

Part of what makes these silicone K-Balls so amazing is the weighted ball contained inside each of the rounded shells; as you move they roll, bounce and ‘shake’ around, creating a whirling sensation inside you. I’d be lying if I said it didn’t feel good…or at least extremely interesting.

Since they come with a silicone cord that measures 3.5″ in length, removing them is a breeze. Just give a little pull and they should easily slide out. As for cleaning you can boil them, use an anti bacterial toy cleaner or wash them with soap and water.

Specs: Length: 7.5″, Insertable Length – 4″ , Width: 1.4″ , Girth – 4.5” around (at largest  part).


Final Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Couture Collection Éclipse II ($24.99 – $34.99)

If you’re someone who likes the ‘full’ sensation larger products usually have to offer I can’t help but suggest going up a slight bit from the K-Balls and trying the Éclipse II instead.

Like the K-Balls they’re made of high quality silicone, waterproof, contain weighted balls on each side, have a long silicone cord for removal, are easy to use, easy to care for and are very well made.

Of course there are a few differences that set them apart. First of all, they’re more like a tear drop than a ball, with an ergonomically shaped slight protrusion that makes them a bit more enjoyable for g-spot stimulation than the K-Balls.

Second, rather than just using silicone they incorporated a ABS plastic (it’s still body safe, don’t worry) to the mix, with the flatter side being ABS and the rounded side being silicone. While this may seem a tad silly I found it made inserting them easier, especially when a little bit of water based lube was applied.

Finally, and I’m not sure how to put this other than to say, they’re floppy. Yep, you heard right – floppy. Because the silicone connector between the two halves is more of thin thread than a firm connection, there is no support to hold them steadily apart. Although this makes them a little more difficult to insert (than the K-Balls), it does give them the ability to move around and conform to your body when inserted. One feature I’m definitely willing to trade for the other.

When it comes to cleaning you can use an anti bacterial toy cleaner or wash them with soap and water. Since they include an ABS plastic I wouldn’t suggest boiling them like the K-Balls.

*Contrary to what the the box and manufacturers website says, they do in fact have a seam.

Specs: Length – 8″, Insertable Length – 4 3/4″, Girth – 4.1″, Width – 1.5″, Removal Cord 3 1/4″, Weight 2.9oz

Final Verdict: 4 out of 5 stars

Overall Final Verdict

If learning to strengthen your PC muscles (whether for sexual purposes or health related reasons) is something that you’re interested in, I highly believe that each of the products listed above will work wonders when it comes to getting into the habit of daily Kegel Exercising.

Not only are each of the above products body safe, easy to use, affordable, discreet and well made, but they’re also designed with female pleasure in mind…I’m not sure many typical exercise products can say that!

For those of you that want more info, would like to  purchase the products or are simply curious to see what other Kegel exercise tools are available, I highly suggest you head over to where shopping for intimate accessories is easy, affordable, discreet and your privacy is of utmost importance.


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G-Spot Guide: Helpful Tips, Tricks, and Suggestions

When it comes to topics I’m asked about on a daily basis, the g-spot is definitely one of them.  Although the questions tend to come in many forms, the most common seem to be from those needing help to find their g-spot, or asking for suggestions on great products to stimulate the area.

With that in mind, I thought I’d create this G-Spot Guide: Helpful Tips, Tricks, and Suggestions to help get those questions answered while also focusing on some of my favorite products, hopefully making the entire process easier.

For the record, I’m not here to debate its existence. I’ve heard from more than enough people that there is an area, located within the same space, that gives them immense pleasure and arouses them like nothing else. That’s all I need to be convinced there’s a more than likely chance it’s real.

*Big, big, big thank you to the folks at for supplying the vast majority of products I’ll be doing mini reviews for. If it wasn’t for them, this wouldn’t have been possible!

The G-Spot

How To Find The G-SpotFor those of you that aren’t in the know, the g-spot (also known as the urethral sponge or “Grafenberg” spot, named after the fella that found it way back in the 40’s) is located somewhere between 1-3 inches inside the vagina on the front wall, between the vaginal opening and urethra.

  • Just remember, your g-spot is not in your vagina, but instead can be felt through the vaginal wall.

It’s bean-like in shape and made up of sensitive erectile tissue that engorges with blood when aroused, compressing the urethra (what you pee out of) to help prevent peeing during intercourse. On that note, if you’ve ever had something inserted (fingers, sex toy or been mid-intercourse) and felt like you had to pee — that’s most likely due to your g-spot.

  • I say it’s located “somewhere between’ because every body is different and where it’s specifically located for one person, may not be the same for another.

gSpotimageRegardless of body shape and size, most will find it’s located within a similar location – fingers length inside the vagina, slightly up ward and toward the lower part of the abdomen. Once the fingers are inserted, feeling around for an area that is spongy, rippled, ridged, bumpy, or generally feels different then the rest would be an ideal way of finding it.  If you’re trying to find your g-spot, whether alone or with a partner, be sure to use firm pressure (but not so firm it hurts) as that tends to be the most agreed upon method of stimulation.

  • Keep in mind that during different phases of  the sexual response cycle the shape and size of the g-spot may change and therefore make it easier or harder to find.


G-Spot Guide: Helpful Tips, Tricks, and Suggestions

When it comes to stimulating the g-spot there is a general consensus that a “come hither” movement with the fingers or applying some pressure will work best. If that doesn’t do it, you can also try lightly tapping the area, gently moving the fingers in a circular motion, opening and closing the fingers (like the “peace” sign) or sliding them back and forth in a “windshield” motion.

Whether you’re tapping, rubbing or applying pressure I highly suggest you keep the following things in mind:

  • Try to remember this is supposed to be a pleasure filled exploration of your body, not something that causes you stress, frustration, or leaves you felling embarrassed or annoyed. If you find that after multiple tries you can’t seem to find it, take the time to relax and pleasure yourself.  As I previously said, the area will likely engorge with blood as you become aroused; the bigger it is, the easier it may be for you to find.
  • Since you’ll be inserting fingers into either your own body or that of someone else, make sure your nails are trimmed and free of any chips or sharp edges. I don’t know too many people that have said being scratched or scraped internally was pleasurable.
  • While this may seem to be something that’s common sense I can’t stress the importance of having clean hands and/or making sure whatever you’re inserting is clean.  G-spot play should be fun, not something that leaves you with a possible infection.
  • If you’re not fully aroused and find that inserting a finger or sex toy hurts due to improper lubrication, remember that you can always use a good water based lube to make insertion easier.
  • Just because someone else likes the way something feels, doesn’t mean that you will, can, and/or should. Take the time to learn about your body, likes and dislikes, and find a way to make them work for you.
  • Most importantly, if you’re exploring with a partner and find a sensation or movement that works – tell them! I know talking during sexual pleasure can be embarrassing, but if you don’t tell them, they won’t know.
  • Considering over 70% of those with a vagina need clitoral stimulation to achieve an orgasm, targeting the g-spot might not work for everyone. In addition to the g-spot you might have to stimulate the clitoris to achieve an orgasm. (For the record there’s nothing wrong with that, it’s just the way your body works)
  • Last but not least, empty your bladder, then make sure to drink LOTS of water.

Unfortunately stimulating it can be much easier said than done, especially if you’re masturbating and therefor not built with arms or fingers long enough to get the reach you need.  That’s where intimate accessories specifically created for g-spot stimulation can be of great help.

Great Products for G-Spot Stimulation

With the growing change in perception regarding sex and sexuality, more and more manufactures are creating products specifically designed for different functions; from dildos to vibrators, affordable sexual enhancement products to luxury items, there are many that will work wonders when it comes to targeting the g-spot, and in the process, bring about a further understanding of ones body, not to mention some fantastic orgasms!

On that note, rather than listing all of the products here, I’m going to split the mini reviews into different categories that can be found by clicking on the links below.

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