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“Strad­dle your man, then take hold of his pe­nis and use the end of it to mas­sage your U-spot,” in­structs Quil­liam. “It shows him how you like to be touched, then he can take over him­self.”

Be­hind your cli­toris, on the front wall of your vagina, there’s a bunch of nerves that form the G-spot. Work it in the right way and you’ll have a mind-blow­ing or­gasm.

This area gets ne­glected if you’re al­ways on top, so it’s time to get off and er, get off. “Your G-spot is 5cm in­side your vagina,” says Dr Laura Ber­man, au­thor of The Sex Bi­ble. “In­sert a fin­ger and hook it to­wards your belly but­ton un­til you find a spongy hump.”

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