Scientific research into female sexual response has increased significantly over the last few decades. Although I doubt that there exist instant orgasm buttons on any part of a woman's body, the value of claims of the existence of such very specific areas of heightened sexual sensitivity may lie more in the potential for an increase in self-knowledge and understanding of your Own and / or your partners' sexual anatomy.
What about the A-spot?
It was discovered by a research team who were working on finding a solution for vaginal dryness. The A-spot is, officially, an area known as the anterior fornex erogenous zone and it is found on the front wall of the vagina and about a third of the way down from the cervix. The cervix is at the entrance to the uterus and it extends slightly into the vagina leaving a depressed circular area – the anterior fornix. According to the researchers who found it, stimulating the A-spot massively increases lubrication and subjective feelings of sexual excitation and desire.
Where is it?
To have a go at finding it, insert lubricated fingers into the vagina (palm upwards) and continue until you can find the spongy and slightly raised area of the G-spot. Keep going in the same direction until you can feel the cervix. The cervix is the firm lump at the top end of the vagina. Then move your fingers back until you -hopefully – will feel a smooth area, which is highly sensitive area to touch and about halfway between your G-spot and cervix. Try sliding your fingers around, up and down or in a circular motion and wait and see what happens.
Please do not stress if you or your partner feel very little. Even the G-spot is still a controversial claim, with some people saying it is totally mythical, others believing that it is just generally the whole of the frontal vaginal wall that is sensitive and other sexperts stating that there are severe differences between women and vaginal Sensitivity is just part of individual variation.
If any of you are unsure about the how to find the G-spot, my latest blog article explains more. I even offer you details of the U-spot – another potential sex hot spot – to help you keep on extending your knowledge of female sexual anatomy.