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The 5 Best Sex Positions to Send Your Partner to G-Spot Heaven

Published: JANUARY 27, 2020 | Updated: APRIL 26, 2024
If you're looking to up your G-spot stimulation game, look no further!

I'm pretty sure you've heard about the G-spot. It's that internal spot that many vulva owners find overwhelmingly pleasurable!

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Unfortunately, on most bodies, it also tends to be tucked into a deeper, angled area, requiring a bit of forethought and creative positioning to make the magic happen.

This can be easiest to figure out while using fingers or a sex toy. The agile maneuverability allows you to figure out where the G-spot is and what unique angles your body requires to hit it.

However, you can also send your partner to G-spot heaven during intercourse! A lot of people report that penis-in-vagina sex is even better when the G-spot is stimulated. Why wouldn't it be? Adding even more erogenous zones to your play is bound to make anything feel better — sex included!

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Tips for Hitting the G-Spot During Sex

Unlike using fingers or a sex toy, the penis happens to be attached to a human body (whether factory-installed or harness-strapped!). This means that it's harder to get the same agility and angles that a toy or fingers can provide.

That doesn't mean all is lost, though! You can still hit the G-spot during penis-in-vagina intercourse! It just might mean taking advantage of a few tips:

Be Prepared to Experiment: Even if you've found your partner's G-spot 3,000 times, finding it in a new position might take some time. Not only are you missing some of the tactile cues (your penis doesn't have the same skin cues your fingers do!), but the receiver's body is probably in a different position. Understand it might take some time to find the G-spot in any given position — even if an article like this proclaims it will be a good G-spot position.

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It's All about the Hips: The angle of the hips can make a huge difference from both partners. The receiver's hips tilting forwards or backward may expose (or close off!) their G-spot. The penetrating partner's hips can also help. Consider grinding motions or thrusts that have upwards or downward tilts to help try to get the penis into the right spot.

Try New Angles: Once you've experimented with the hips, consider trying new body positions. If the penetrating partner tries to line their head up better with the receiver's (causing the penis to go in at a different angle), does that work better? What if they try to bring their body further away? What if you tilt to the left or the right? Moving our bodies consequently moves how the penis and vagina fit together as well, so explore to find the best fit.

Make Sure You're Turned On: Pleasuring the G-spot is so much easier when the receiver is turned on. It makes the G-spot easier to find and makes it feel better! If your goal is "G-spot heaven," spend a lot of time on foreplay until the receiver craves that stimulation.

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Communicate: Make sure you both have open lines of communication throughout this entire process; it can make it easier! That being said, the G-spot owner may be as clueless as the penetrating partner when it comes to what adjustments are needed to hit the G-spot. It's hard to figure out how the pieces fit together when you're one of the pieces! They can definitely help you figure out when you've made it to the right spot, though!

Don't Be Afraid to Use Toys or Fingers: Remember how your toys and fingers have more agility? There's nothing wrong with enjoying the closeness and pleasure of intercourse - then swapping to fingers and toys to hit the G-spot afterward! There's no right or wrong way to send your partner to G-spot heaven. It doesn't have to be during penis-in-vagina intercourse.

Try Different Thrust Lengths: Once you find that G-spot, keep the lines of communication open and try different thrust lengths. You'll likely find that your receiver has a preference. Some may love long, grinding thrusts with lots of G-spot contact, while others may like quick, jackhammering movements.

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Sex Positions to Send Your Partner to G-Spot Heaven

Now that you have some tips to lead you to success, let's talk about some of the most likely positions to send your partner to G-spot heaven. Remember that every person's body is unique, and some of these positions may work better than others.

Bind and Bang Position

The Bind and Bang position probably looks pretty familiar — and that's because it is! All you have to do is add a Liberator Wedge to the Missionary position to make it a piece of cake to hit the G-spot! (This is, literally, what the Wedge was made for!)

The 27-degree angle of the Wedge automatically places the receiver's hips into a posterior tilt, making it comfy AF to do. Add that to the additional height the Wedge adds, and the penetrating partner is at the perfect angle to slide their penis right up against the G-spot.

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Modify It By: Doing it next to the edge of the bed. The penetrating partner's thigh height can make a big difference here. If you find that the penetrating partner's thighs are too tall or short to make penetration happen next to the Black Label Wedge, consider pulling this sex position to the edge of the bed. This can take thigh height out of the equation entirely! (You can also work with the receiver's position. Make sure their butt is fully pulled to the edge of the Wedge to make penetration easier to achieve.)

Add Even More With: This sex position illustration already has the right idea; you can add bondage! If you have a Liberator Black Label Wedge, there will be two bondage points right on the Wedge for the receiver's wrists. If you don't, you can use any set of restraints you already own to bind the receiver's wrists together, giving them even more sensations to amplify their experience.

Pancake with a Pillow Position

While the Pancake with a Pillow position doesn't require any sex furniture, it does require a bit more flexibility from the receiver!

Think of this position like a Missionary position — only the receiving partner brings their knees up to their shoulders. In doing so, we activate that posterior pelvic tilt, making it easier for the penetrating partner to slide straight against the G-spot.

The "best" G-spot exposure will happen if the receiving partner can fully fold, but this can be a tough ask for many people on a good day! Even partial folds (that look closer to the Tuck Knee position ) can offer some G-spot pleasure!

Modify It By: Adding a sex sling. Sex slings were made to help support this position. A sling uses straps to connect the receiver's ankles to the back of the neck. This can make it easier for the receiver to keep their legs in the air, reducing leg fatigue.

Add Even More With: An anal toy for the receiver! Sex is already going to feel very full during this position, but if you want to take it to the next level, an anal toy can add even more fullness for both partners. The Fun Factory Bootie Fem was crafted for simultaneous play during penis-in-vagina sex, but if you're looking for something slimmer, the Blush Be Me 3 offers additional sensations without the same diameter.

Leapfrog Position

Let's take a break from Missionary-style positions for this doggy-style variation. By placing the receiving partner's body and hips towards the ground for the Leapfrog position, the penetrating partner's kneeling position causes the penis to come in at a downward angle.

Modify It By: Using sex furniture! The Leapfrog position is just asking for a Liberator Wedge or Jaz underneath the receiving partner. This will help the receiver maintain their hip angle without the same strain on their muscles. (It can easily turn it into the Little Lift position too!)

Add Even More With: This position also leaves a bit of space underneath the receiving partner, making it a good fit for adding hands-free sex toys like a Liberator Axis and a wand massager. If the receiving partner enjoys blending their erogenous zones together, this can be a deliciously overwhelming experience!

Cowgirl Position

Put the G-spot owner in the driver's seat with the Cowgirl. The Cowgirl (or Cowboy or Cowperson! We're all-gender here!) position allows the G-spot-owning partner to take control of the depth, angle, and pace of sex to send themselves to G-spot heaven!

Remember: experimenting is the name of the game here! Encourage the receiving partner to move their hips around as much as they'd like to find the angle that best hits their G-spot! Especially in the Cowgirl position, they might also find that experimenting with leaning their upper body forward or backward (towards the ankles) can change exactly where the shaft hits inside of them.

(Reverse Cowgirl can also be just as effective!)

Modify It By: Adding pillows where needed! Pillows can be used underneath the rider's knees to accommodate knee sensitivity, and pillows could be used underneath the laying partner's back or knees to help keep their back aligned. Adding a pillow underneath the penetrating partner's head can also make it easier for them to enjoy the hot visuals of this position without exhausting their core!

Add Even More With: The Cowgirl can be a fantastic position for adding cock rings — especially if the partner on top likes grinding motions. A vibrating cock ring on the penetrating partner's penis can offer a sex toy to grind against for the receiver. If that's a no-go, consider a grind-on vibrator resting on the penetrating partner's stomach like the Wild Flower Enby 2.

Plank On Top Position

If you're both in the mood for a challenge, the Plank on Top position offers a workout and orgasmic G-spot potential. The penetrating partner's hovering angle causes the penis to come down at a downward angle.

Just be careful! The Plank on Top position is strenuous, and your "form" can get sloppy as the two of you fatigue. Make sure to transition to an easier position if the plank or back arch is difficult to maintain. Nobody wants an accidentally broken penis here!

Modify It By: With the penetrating partner's planking position, it can be hard to modify this one. Instead, go for a short, intense stint with the Plank on Top, planning to move into another position when you both feel tired. You both can sink down into the Sphinx position to maintain that G-spot contact while giving the penetrating partner's arms and core a break.

Add Even More With: couple's vibrator! If deep vibrations and fullness are what the G-spot owner desires, the Plank on Top position is the perfect opportunity to add an additional couple's vibrator to make the magic happen. A U-shaped vibe can be slid into the vagina alongside the penetrating partner's penis to add G-spot vibrations that both partners can enjoy!

Bonus! Eiffel Tower Position

If standing sex is high on your list of loves, the Eiffel Tower is one of your better options. The receiver's bent-over position angles their hips perfectly for their from-behind partner to hit the G-spot.

Just remember that this is a pretty tricky one for the receiver's hamstrings. I recommend a gentle leg warm-up before attempting this one.

Modify It By: Adding a sturdy chair underneath the receiving partner's arms. While a deeper bend makes it easier to hit the G-spot, it also makes it easier to tip over — and that's not good! Adding a sturdy chair, ottoman, or heavy box underneath the receiver's hands can give them something to hold onto to make balancing easier for everyone.

Add Even More With: Nipple clamps! All hands will probably be needed on deck to make the Eiffel Tower position happen without toppling over. Additional hands-free stimulation through nipple clamps can help add that bite of additional pleasure without taking your hands away from where they're needed most.

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Mistress Kay

Mistress Kay has a fondness for all things sexual. With a house that's quickly running out of room for all of her reading and vibrating pleasures, she spends her free time reading, writing, and learning about the sexual universe with her partners. She can be reached at Kinky World.

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