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Dan: Today in Ask Dan and Jennifer, we’re talking about how to find the ever elusive G spot. Where is it?
Jennifer: First of all, before we get into where is it, do you know what it is? And there's a lot of controversy about this, okay, because there is no real hard definition about what the G spot actually is. But when people refer to the G spot, what they're talking about, and we have to give you a point of reference here, okay. Assume she’s lying down, if you put your fingers in, there is a ridgy area on the upper wall of her vagina and it can feel bumpy or ridgy and depending on how excited she is, it can be a little bigger or a little smaller.
Dan: And it’s about an inch and a half to two inches there, correct?
Jennifer: Yeah! So that’s what it is. Now how do you find it?
Dan: How do you find it? Because you want to find it, you do. So, again, same point of reference, she is lying down in front of you or next to you, whatever, she is lying down and you would insert to—so she is lying on her back and you would insert two fingers inside her vagina in—like this and its almost as if you're doing a come here motion.
Jennifer: What if I only want to insert one?
Dan: Look, you can have four, whatever. Is it four fingers? Not always recommend it and make sure use lube.
Jennifer: I’m sorry.
Dan: Fine, you can use one or two, in fact we should try different ones. Anyway, but you insert, lets say, just start with this, okay, so you're inserting two fingers in her vagina and its almost like doing a come here sort of motion. And you should feel a ridgy type of area on the upper wall of the vagina and more importantly she should enjoy it.
Jennifer: Yeah! And it feels different than the rest of the vagina, okay, the rest was kind of soft and smooth and moist, this little bumpy area, so you can’t miss it.
Dan: Bumpy and spongy at the same time.
Jennifer: Bumpy and spongy. So okay, I can’t—okay, here's the deal, how many of you actually knew where the G spot was and what it was before watching this video. Be honest.
Dan: Be honest. We really want to know.
Jennifer: Yeah! We want to know.
Dan: Nobody cares, we want to know.
Jennifer: Especially you ladies, how many of you knew how to find your own G spot?