How to Jack and G: Jerking Off With Your G-spot

by Mykkah Herner


Spanking the monkey is not just for bio-boys anymore! Jack and G-ing brings together two of my favorite masturbation pastimes: jacking off and G-spotting. This dual activity isn't for everyone, but it’s great for folks with a G-spot and the desire to flog their log. It can be especially fun for women who want to explore the sensations of frantically stroking the shaft of a dildo that is simultaneously rubbing the G-spot, and for trannyguys who feel ok with penetration yet want to mix it up with the (possibly) more familiar feeling of a hand job. If G-spotting is new to you, you may want to explore that first before blending techniques. See How to Find Your G-Spot for more information.

The Basics

  1. Find the right tool for the job. You'll want something with a pronounced curve to it, as well as a strokeable shaft, since one end will be stimulating your G-spot internally while the other serves as your shaft. The Orchid G is a good affordable option for Jack and G beginners. The bulb at the end provides full, firm pressure on your G-spot, and the shaft is long enough for stroking (if it feels thick enough for your palm). Another fun tool is the Candy Colored Glass Dildo, a hand-blown glass piece of art.
  2. Get yourself in the mood.Work yourself up into a comfortable sweat or relaxed stupor (depending on your preference). When you're feeling good and turned on, you're ready to begin G-spotting. Add your favorite lube to help ease you along.
  3. Begin G-spotting.Insert your tool of choice and angle it so the head is pressing against your G-spot.
  4. Get ready to Jack. Now lube up your shaft. Thin, longer lasting lubes are good for frequent repetition. Tug on your shaft and notice the feeling on your G-spot.
  5. Repeat often or as necessary.They say that teenage boys jack off an average of 9 times a week; why not join 'em?

Added Techniques and Tricks

  1. Try varying the speed and depth of your strokes. Also, vary the angle--push your cock towards your toes and feel the tension on your G-spot.
  2. Use different amounts or kinds of lube. It can create more or less friction on your shaft that will in turn affect the sensations created on your G-spot. Because your shaft isn’t made of flesh, you can do things that might not be as possible or comfortable as if it were.
  3. Squirt if you like! If you ejaculate from G-spot stimulation, do it while thinking about how fun it is that you can squirt from stroking your shaft!
  4. For extra fun, put a Cyberextender over the shaft. This flesh-like cyberskin material can transform your new shaft from plastic or acrylic to a fleshy mound of meat waiting to be beat. See Shopping Advice for information about cyberskin and how to care for it.
  5. Add vibration.If you’re using an Orchid G, this can be as easy as putting batteries in and turning it on. Also, what about using a vibrating cock ring? Some cock rings, like the Petal Ring, are designed to reach your clit from a shaft, so why not have it be from your own shaft?! Also, depending on the strength of the vibrating cock ring, you may be able to feel the vibrations internally. Or, if you’re so inclined, use your favorite clit vibe.
  6. Combine your Jack and G-ing with a butt plug like the Little Flirt or Ryder. Notice how that changes the feeling on your G-spot and on your urge to jack your shaft. How does wearing a plug change your sense of urgency? Your ability to squirt? (Remember never to introduce toys or fingers from your anus to your vagina.) There are no really set rules for how to Jack and G "right," the important thing is to keep practicing and playing as long as it feels good. Be forewarned, it may just change your outlook.

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