|first you have to be pretty turned on to feel pleasure from it, so no imediate finger lick and stick.
Once she is arroused then the clit (which if you know the anatomy swells INSIDE her) and makes things very sensitive.
|Then you can insert your finger right behind the bone and yes it is the 'rough' feeling tissue. This swells as she is turned on, swells with ejaculant which she may/or may not be able to 'squirt' out.|
|So you rub that area you should feel it even swelling you want to do the finger like 'come here' NOT just straight in and out. She will probably feel like she is going to pee and that is ok, the g-spot is tissue that is served as a protectant to the urethra for when you are having sex. If it was not there then the penis could cause damage to the urethra.
No not all woman can ejaculate from internal stimulation alone but I think the 30% would increase if she was being played with differently....as for squirting that depends on where the urethra is more times the woman ejaculated 'internally'. (see other post on squirting)
Eiri-never heard of a woman not having a g-spot since it is moreless part of the body...where did you read that? interesting.
|Um... clearly, YOU do not know anatomy. The CLITORIS is not inside the body and does NOT "swell inside of her".
The clitoris is an external pleasure organ. It is outside of the body. The clitoris may indeed swell during arousal, but since it is outside of the bdy just like the penis, clearly, it is not swelling "inside" of her. It behaves much like the penis, in fact.
|It's a well known fact actually. Many women either don't have one, or it is built in such a way that is not "rough" so the partner cannot find it AND it offers absolutely no pleasure at all. Stimulating my g-spot isn't pleasurable at all.|
|i wish i knew if i had one...or if i've had an orgasm from it :S|