This new sex app will help you find your G-spot orgasm at any age

Kama, a new sex app for all ages, is on a mission to help people reconnect with their sexuality

This new sex app will help you find your G-spot orgasm at any age
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A new sex app to 'help you become a better lover' has launched—and it includes a tutorial on finding your G-spot orgasm. 

With fewer social occasions to secure a hookup and rollercoaster covid infection rates killing libido, it's safe to say the pandemic hasn't done much for the nation's sex lives. Self-care routines have been dominated by bedtime yoga practices and eating nuts (the food kind!), leaving intimacy far down the list of people's priorities.  

In fact, a recent survey found that 43.5% of people experienced a decline in their sex lives during the pandemic, with the frequency of sexual engagements drastically decreasing. 

Thankfully, things are finally starting to pick up again. As Covid-19 vaccines continue to roll out in the UK and the US, it's become a lot easier to meet people in person and enjoy some long-awaited adult sleepovers. Whether you want to date traditionally or find a fling on one of these 8 no-strings sex apps for 40+ women, this summer is looking to be a whole lot more promising than last year. 

If you're hoping to reawaken your sexual side but don't know where to start, Kama—named after the Sanskirt word for 'pleasure'—might come in handy. 


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Created by tech entrepreneur Chloe Macintosh, the revolutionary app is designed to help people of all ages, genders, and sexualities reach their potential in the bedroom and optimize the intimacy of their relationships. 

While its current demographic is made up of 18 to 35-year-olds, Kama is suitable for anyone looking to boost their sexual wellbeing—whether they're in their early twenties or past menopause. Chloe refuses to confine the app's users to a specific age bracket, arguing that information on our bodies should be accessible to all. She hopes that by making Kama inclusive, she can help debunk the misconceptions about sex in older people. 

“There’s this stigma and myth around sexuality that it declines as you get older,” she says. 

With its scientifically approved tutorials and exercises, users are encouraged to view their sexual wellbeing as a self-care 'practice'—just like workouts and meditation. The app professes that our sensual nature should be incorporated into our daily routines, rather than left dormant until the mood strikes after a few drinks. 

"Sexuality, like most things we want to be good at, we have to practise," Chloe told the Telegraph. "And that means with ourselves first. Once you know yourself you can take that anywhere.” 

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Kama offers expert-led tutorials and exercises to help its users improve their sexual wellbeing 

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Kama aims to empower people to reconnect with their bodies by tapping into their carnal urges—or, more simply put, to embrace physical pleasure. From understanding your sexual anxiety to learning how to have an orgasm every time,  the app is choc-a-bloc with advice on upgrading your sex life. 

What is the G-spot and how can Kama help me find it? 

Kama offers a course on how to find your G-spot, the vaginal tissue that's known for its climactic powers. This delicate pressure point usually sits between 1 and 3 inches up the anterior vaginal wall and has long been associated with triggering sexual arousal. However, it's not always easy to pinpoint. The G-spot is located in the clitoral network, meaning when you activate it, you're also stimulating part of the clitoris. It's not in any exact place though, so there's no surefire way to identify it. Using breathing and pushing techniques, Kama helps users to explore their bodies comfortably and find their G-spot at their own pace. 

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 14: Chloe Macintosh attends the Founders Forums 2017 at Kensington Palace on June 14, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by David M Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Chloe Macintosh created Kama to help improve people's sexual wellbeing 

(Image credit: David M Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

If you don't have a partner, don't worry—Kama proudly caters to solo play and experimentation. You can improvise at home or, for guaranteed pleasure, pick up an adult toy. We've rounded up the best vibrators (suitable for both individuals and couples!) to save you the shopping hassle. 

The app, which is free to download from the Apple store, also hopes to motivate folks to loosen up a bit between the sheets. Chloe believes we are in the middle of a "sex recession", with younger generations having less sex than ever before. She hopes Kama can set off a boom in the bedroom—even if that means creating an echo in the office. 

“When they discover what’s possible they are not going to go to work for a month,” she said. “I promise you! It’s not just the sex and the orgasm and the pleasure. It’s when you can finally understand yourself because you’ve built enough attunement that you have a form of interoceptive intelligence about what feels good for you." 

Emma Dooney
Emma Dooney

Emma is a news writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life. She covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health or lifestyle story. When she's not reporting on the British monarchy and A-list celebs, you can find her whipping up vegan treats and running the roads to cheesy '90s pop music...but not at the same time, obviously.