A Beginner’s Guide to Vaginal Fisting

What is vaginal fisting?

Vaginal fisting (also known as G-spotting) is a sexual activity where one person inserts their fingers into another person’s genital area. The act is often done during foreplay or when the two are having physical contact, but it can also be used as part of a BDSM relationship. Some people prefer to use only their hands while others may want to use objects such as dildos or vibrators.

In some cases, the other person may not even feel anything during the experience. However, there are many different types of fisting that vary greatly in how they’re performed. There are also variations on what type of finger(s) you insert into your partner’s body. For example:

The fingers may be long or short; thick or thin; curved or straight; round or oval; pointed or blunt.

There are also various styles of insertion. These include:

Finger insertion into the opening of the urethra (the tube that carries urine out of the body). This is called “urinary fistula.” Most women have them. They are very common among transgender individuals.

The urethral fistulas can cause problems if left untreated because they allow urine to leak back up through the bladder and into the lungs.

Finger insertion into the rectum.

Finger or fist insertion into the mouth. This is called “orofacial” play. Despite a common misconception, it does not cause any kind of dental damage and there is no evidence that it causes any form of trauma to the jaw or teeth.

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