I also just want to add that the idea that there is a "g-spot orgasm" and that it also feels a certain way is...not really accurate.
Orgasm is something that happens not just in or from a place we have had stimulus, but primarily in the whole central nervous system, including the brain. We can feel effects of orgasm in other systems and parts of our bodies, and orgasm can certainly happen in part because of physical stimulation to one or more (usually when there's more) parts of our bodies. But the idea there are clitoral orgasms and vaginal orgasms and g-spot orgasms are actually based on an old misunderstanding of how orgasm worked from before people knew that central nervous system orgasms were pretty much the only kind there are. Make sense?
Too, how orgasm feels when it happens in part as a result of certain kinds of stimulus varies. There's not one way orgasm feels to everyone who experiences orgasm after or with g-spot stimulation, so if you feel like there's some certain way it will make you feel and you're missing out on that because you're not reaching orgasm through this kind of contact/stimulation alone? You can let that go and not worry about that. That's not really a thing.