When it comes to pleasing a woman, many people are aware of the clitoris and the g-spot but it’s come to my attention that not many know about the A-Spot.
What is the A-Spot? aka: anterior fornix erogenous zone, AFE or the epicentre. It is sometimes even referred to as the second G-Spot. It is an erogenous zone of the female anatomy that can lead to vaginal wetness, arousal and when stimulated for a continued period of time it can lead to an intense orgasm.
What does it feel like? The A-Spot is a patch of sensitive tissue at the inner end of the vaginal tube between the cervix and the bladder.
Reaching the A-Spot may also facilitate a female ejaculation, or as some people call it, “squirting” because it is right by your urethral sponge which fills with liquid as you’re turned on, and releases if you ejaculate.
To reach the A-Spot while fingering: Place both index and middle finger inside of the vagina, and keep your thumb out of the vagina, up as if you’re giving a thumbs up. Doing this will allow your fingers that are inside of her vagina to be close to the vaginal wall, thereby stimulating the G-Spot and hopefully the A-Spot simultaneously.
To reach the A-Spot during sex: In order to reach the A-Spot during sex with your penis, having the woman on top, with her belly touching yours is usually best for this type of penetration. Reverse cow-girl is also a great position for reaching the A-Spot as well.
The A-Spot is located further up inside the vagina from the G-Spot, making it harder to reach. Nothing good comes easy right? Orgasms that are achieved through stimulation of the A-Spot are distinctly different from a clitoral orgasm, and most women say that it’s much more intense. This makes sense since it isn’t massaged or stimulated as often as the G-Spot and clitoris, so when it is, it’s comes with an intensified reaction.
Women also explain that an orgasm from stimulating the G-Spot and the A-Spot differ in sensation based upon each individual. Some women say that an A-Spot orgasm is more intense, while some women say they can’t tell the difference. It’s also important to understand that regardless of how big your penis is, how long it is or how big your hands are, climaxing is not easy.
Some women have experienced just a clitoral orgasm, or orgasms from just the G-Spot or A-Spot; some women haven’t experienced any type of orgasm at all. When it comes to vagina’s and orgasming, it’s kind of like “Goldie Locks and the Three Bears”, you have to keep trying different things until you find one that fits just right!
Often times after a clitoral orgasm women experience post-orgasmic sensitivity, which makes touching the vagina a bit uncomfortable. Kind of like how the tip of the penis is extremely sensitive to touch after cumming. While the clitoris may be over-sensitive after an orgasm, A-Spot orgasms can produce very strong orgasmic contractions, however even after climaxing, women do not suffer from over-sensitivity.
If you don’t have a partner to try this with, you can always purchase a vibrator with a long curved body which will easily reach your A-Spot and you can experiment with your body alone. Need advice on choosing a good vibrator? Keep reading!