I hope you have your learning caps on today because we are going to learn about the 3 most important zones on the female body. These zones, if stimulated correctly, will give your lover the most exquisite pleasure and mind-blowing, body-quaking orgasms she has ever experienced in her life.
Are you ready? Great!
Specific Erogenous Zones
On the female body there are nonspecific erogenous zones which I have written about here, here and here. There are also specific erogenous zones which are all hidden away within the female genitalia which include the clitoris, the G-spot, the U-spot, the A-spot and the PS-spot. Specific erogenous zones can be very orgasmic and are all closely interconnected and associated with the sexual response in women.
The Treasure Map of Erotic Zones
Within the folds of the Vulva, we find the first two pleasure zones like two peas in a pod: the Clitoris or C-spot, and the U-spot. I am going to assume that you know lots about the clitoris which is connected to all the other specific erogenous zones. So today, we are going to focus on the U-spot.
The U-spot is a sensitive rim of tissue that circles the urethra opening like an upside-down U. It was only recently discovered, but when stimulated correctly can create powerful orgasms and is partly responsible for female ejaculation.
This skin around the U-spot can be very sensitive once a woman becomes sexually aroused. The U-spot is connected to the erectile tissue of the female prostate and the Skene’s glans, so stimulating this area can result in female ejaculation, so be prepared if this happens.
How to Turn it On
The U-spot loves oral sex. But, first, your sweetheart needs to be very aroused before you explore there, because it can get irritated if she is not already super turned on. So, lots of foreplay and clitoral stimulation should come first.
Once she is aroused, begin licking her like a sweet ice cream cone from the vaginal opening towards the clitoris, nice and slow. Next, lick in between the clitoris and U-spot, varying the direction of strokes, up and down and side to side. Now, focus very softly and wetly on the U-spot licking the little ridge above it in small half-circles. You can also softly suck on it and vary these techniques.
A-spot stimulation is best pared with G-spot stimulation and often results in explosive female ejaculation and orgasm.
Within the Vagina there are three more secret hot spots. The first is the G-spot, which many people have been “gushing” about. We have a whole section dedicated to G-spot orgasms, so today we will focus on the A-spot (or Deep Spot) and the PS-spot.
The A-spot is part of the AFE zone, which encompasses both the anterior and posterior fornix. These two spots mirror each other on either side of the cervix at the very back of the vagina. The A-spot is located on the belly side just below the bladder, while its twin (the P-spot) is next to the anus. The doctor who discovered it claims that when properly stimulated, it can produce multiple orgasms and make the vagina gush with fluids.
The A-spot is about 3 ½ to 4 ½ inches in depth or as deep as your middle finger can reach at the back of the vagina, on the top wall (or the belly side). There, you should feel a smooth ridge and groove, like the edge of a Frisbee that is encircles the cervix. The cervix protrudes a little so try to avoid touching it as it may cause discomfort. Many sexologists think the A-spot may be the end of the G-spot, so stimulating the two together can have explosive orgasmic results.
How to Turn it On
The A-spot can be stimulated during deep vaginal intercourse, or by using the fingers or a long G-spot type toy. With fingers, you stimulate it much like you do the G-spot with a come hither stroke, pressing into the valley and then using the pad of your finger to pull backwards towards the ridge as if you are scooping out the area.
As you continue to use this stroke the vagina will begin to balloon out from muscular contractions, thrusting the cervix so it tilts back, and lengthening the vaginal canal, thus exposing the A-spot pleasure zone even better. At this point your partner may get very wet inside. If this happens, super!—you have found the right place so keep going!
The PS in PS-spot stands for perineal sponge. It lies within the vagina just beneath the perineum (the diamond shaped tissue between the vagina and anus). It is located internally on the back wall of the vagina, opposite the G-spot, but only about a ½ an inch depth.
How to Turn it On
The PS-spot can be pleasured by stimulating the perineum from the outside, or internally via the vagina or anus during penetration. It can be tickled, stroked, licked, sucked and massaged as well for various types of pleasure.
With your fingers you can tickle the outside perineum with your fingertips in soft, feathery strokes combined with oral stimulation of the clitoris. Next, insert one or two fingers into the vagina with your thumb on the outside and gently pinch the skin of the perineum between your fingers. Also try gently tugging and pressing down on the back (anus side) wall. Try various types of strokes to see what she likes best.
The PS-spot can also be stimulated via intercourse by way of the vagina or anus. Basically any pressure that stimulates that area will arouse the PS-spot. With anal sex, you can combine G-spot and PS-spot stimulation simultaneously, by pressing the head of the penis on an angle so it hits the G-spot through the PS-spot. This technique creates deep, full bodied orgasms for women.
All the Spots!
Now that you know where all her hot secret spots are, try combining stimulation to two or more spots at the same time, using your fingers, tongue and other types of sexy play! She will be amazed at your ability to play her like a magnificent symphony, with her orgasm the powerful climax that ends in ecstasy.