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The Belly Press Thing or Belly Press Trick is a slang term referring to a sex technique where one presses down on a woman's lower belly above the pubic bone while having intercourse to help stimulate the G-spot, allowing for a more intense orgasm. The technique has been shared online throughout the 2010s but went viral on TikTok throughout 2023 as the "belly press thing" in videos sharing the technique and wondering if it actually works.
The technique has been shared online numerous times throughout the 2010s, often by health or lifestyle magazines. On December 13th, 2010, Men's Health shared a version of the technique they called the "sandwich trick" where the woman lies on her stomach and presses her belly against the bed while having her G-spot stimulated internally. On July 15th, 2016, Glamour shared the technique in an article titled, "How to Stimulate Your G-Spot From the Outside," where a 43-year-old woman shared, "If my partner places the palm of their hand right above my pelvic bone and gently applies pressure, it drives me crazy." Another woman shared that she learned the technique during a "squirting workshop." Sexologist Carol Queen, Ph.D., explained how the technique works in the article, claiming that pressing just above the pubic bone while having sex pushes the woman's bladder, which is right above the G-spot, downward, making it easier to stimulate.
In January 2023, TikTokers began posting videos sharing and wondering about the technique. For example, on January 12th, 2023, TikToker @yourpalrick posted a video referring to the technique, garnering over 6.6 million views in eight months (shown below, left). On January 16th, TikToker @shay.santoss_ then posted a video captioned, "does anyone know if this 'pressing on the lower stomach' thing actually works? Asking for a friend," garnering over 1.1 million views in eight months (shown below, right).
The technique spread over the course of the year in various TikTok videos referring to it and explaining it. On January 24th, 2023, TikToker @ajpaps posted a video explaining how the technique works, garnering over 200,000 views in eight months. On May 11th, TikToker and nurse @secret.nurse.lexie007 posted a video explaining the technique, garnering over 13.4 million views in four months (shown below).
"The Belly Press Thing" Trend
In late August and September 2023, the technique saw an increase in interest on TikTok as the "belly press thing," largely in lip-dub videos captioned, "when he knows the belly press thing so you gotta ask," followed by lip dubbing the lyrics "how many people?" (examples shown below).
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