Pleasuring yourself or your partner can be a daunting experience, especially if it’s your first time or you’re not sure what you’re doing. But knowing your own body is important, and for women, this includes knowing where your clitoris is (and trust us, you’ll want your partner to be able to find it too!). That’s why we’ve created two maps to make finding the clitoris and female G-spot easier.
To note, there is debate if the female G-spot really exists. So if you can’t find it, don’t worry about it. However, if you’re looking for the erogenous area on the upper vaginal wall, it’s likely to be roughly where we’ve marked it on the map below.
How to find the clitoris
Introducing the Sex-Nav map, a simplified navigation to find the clitoris. It’s important to note that every vulva is different, so your route to clitoral stimulation may differ slightly, but this is a good place to start. So to begin, where is the clitoris?