You probably know about or at least have heard of the female G-spot, a zone responsible for mind-blowing orgasms when hit. But if you’ve never heard of the A-spot — a lesser known (and therefore highly underrated) area that’s just as pleasure-inducing — you’re in for quite the treat tonight. To get the lowdown on this foreign territory, continue reading this, I have provided you with everything you need to know, from where to find it to how it can change the way you give your woman an orgasm. By the time you finish reading this, you’ll want to rush straight to the bedroom with your partner.
- What is the A-spot?
Technically known as the anterior fornix erogenous zone, the A-spot is a pleasurable patch of sensitive tissue right at the inner ends of the vaginal tube between the cervix and the bladder. This particular part of the female anatomy is also referred to as the female degenerated prostate because of its precise location and ability to be stimulated similarly to the male prostate (or the male G-spot).
- How do you find it?
Use your fingers to reach a little further back from your partner’s G-spot. Curve your fingers into a bit of a hook and reach in about an inch, inch and a half inside the vagina, up if you were pointing towards her belly button, and the first patch of tissue almost feels a little bit spongy — that’s the G-spot. And if you go back about an inch to two inches — because every body’s a little different — you’ll sort of find little digits there.
- What are the main differences between the G-spot and the A-spot?
Although both zones have a similar sensations, most people like to use the area of the G-spot as an easy way to achieve a full-body orgasm and female ejaculation. That said, stimulating the G-spot might be better for the main act, while the A-spot would be more ideal for foreplay. The A-spot is more something for creating I would say greater intensity of sensation and lubrication. So, your partner may or may not experience an orgasm from the A-spot, but she might find that it heightens sensitivity and sensation. But if this proves to be a highly pleasurable area for her, she may also enjoy the climax of a lifetime.
- What are the best ways to hit the A-spot?
I often suggest the area for penetrative anal play because of where it’s located. Sensation around that area can sometimes stimulate orgasms in the vagina. I always try to remind couples that they can experience a lot of pleasure from anal play and part of it specifically is that sensation on the A-spot. Since the vagina in general most responds to pressure and movement over vibration (best for clitoral stimulation), positions that allow for deep penetration, like doggy style, are best for hitting the A-spot in particular. When it comes to using your fingers, rubbing on that area would provide lots of vaginal lubrication and also sort of heightens and prepares the body for sex, which is why it’s especially great for foreplay.
- Which positions are ideal for this area?
I usually recommend positions specifically made to stimulate the G-spot. One in particular is the missionary with your partner’s legs up in the air: this deepens the way for you to reach inside of her, while also narrowing her vaginal passageway and making it feel amazing for you as well. Depending on preference, you can tilt her legs all the way back, almost to her years (if she’s the athletic type) or perhaps if she doesn’t feel very accustomed to that sensation, you might bending her legs only half way. But that position is really fantastic for looking for those specific spots inside the body.
P.S. For more naughty tips and secrets on how to hit both the G-Spot and the A-Spot, check out my program on the subject – Squirting Orgasm Shortcuts.