The elusive G-spot is a bit of erotic female anatomy steeped in mystery, and one that many women and their partners may have yet to explore.

A lot of questions surround this exciting little erogenous zone: What is it? Is it real? How do I find mine?

We have answers.

What is it?

The term G-spot refers to an interior portion of the clitoris on the upper outer third of the anterior surface of the vaginal wall. Basically, if you’re feeling with your fingers, go a couple of inches up and press toward your pubic mound. When stimulated, the G-spot swells and can increase pleasure for women.

I know a lot of that’s pretty clinical, but bear with me. You’ll be glad you did!

While the glans clitoris, located where the inner and outer labia meet, is what we typically think of when we hear the word “clitoris,” that organ also extends inward into the body. The G-spot is actually considered to be this extension of the clitoris that’s stimulated during penetrative sex.

Of course, that’s if you believe it’s real.