Friday, 18 January 2008

The A-Spot

The A-spot is also know as the Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone, or the Epicentre. It is a patch of sensitive tissue at the inner end of the vaginal tube between the cervix and the bladder.

Direct stimulation of this spot can produce violent orgasms and unlike the clitoris is not supposed to have post orgasmic oversensitivity.

Medically speaking, it is located just above the cervix at the innermost point of the vagina.

You can now even buy specific AFE vibrators, which are long, thin and upward curved at its end to stimulate this area.

When you and your partner decide to explore this area it is important to have two things: short finger nails (which I am sure every non-single lesbian has) and a lot of lubrication.

Slide a finger into your woman’s vagina along the upper vaginal wall (your palm towards her stomach) until your finger reaches a small protrusion. It will be very sensitive and feels like the end of the vagina. If you curl your finger upwards (in a come-hither motion) you can mover of the protrusion. Your finger at this time should be fully extended inside her and the tip in a very small space.

Now, apply pressure upwards, towards the ceiling and if you are in the right spot, your woman will have a beautiful orgasm. Continue to apply pressure and vibrate your finger. Often an A-spot orgasm can provoke female ejaculation.

So explore, enjoy and as always, listen to what your partner wants and more importantly does not want.

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