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What Are Female Pleasure Spots? How To Find Them?

I 'm late to have a sexologist coffee talking about the G-spot, the C-spot, and the A-spot all in the name of female pleasure.

What Are Female Pleasure Spots? How To Find Them?

I 'm late to have a sexologist talking about the G-spot, the C-spot, and the A-spot over a coffee all in the name of female pleasure. If I speak with a sexologist and relationship specialist, Jess O'Reilly, Ph.D., and start chatting loudly about all things vagina, the huge group of men sitting behind us is obviously appalled. Ten bucks claim this is because they have never discovered a G-spot for someone, let alone heard of an A-spot.

Once again, while a lot of digital ink has been poured over the mysterious G-spot, I didn't know what an A-spot (or a C-spot, for that matter) was either until I sat down to study the female anatomy in detail. Too many women struggle with guilt over self-pleasure, let alone the pleasure during sex, and do not feel it is either appropriate or reasonable to get to know our bodies. At the age of 22, I purchased my first vibrator and set the "right" scene to try it out — lacy black bra, flickering candles, low-beat music. I mostly just felt uncomfortable with myself under the covers.

O'Reilly and I were discussing basics until we got serious about the G-, C-, and A-spots. "Grant yourself permission to experience joy first, which isn't sexual," she says. When you walk into a hot tub, how much do you sigh? Does the first taste of wine or chocolate bite make a sound in the back of your throat? How will women respond to sexual gratification and participate in it when we can not do the same with nonsexual sensation? Until someone gets naked the journey to owning your enjoyment starts.

"The most important aspect is to recognize where you as an adult feel pleasure on your body," says Leah Millheiser, M.D., a Stanford University board-certified specialist in ob-gyn and female sexual medicine and menopause health. "It can create a lot of tension to place the focus on locations. Women go looking for them out, and when they can't get there, they think they 're wrong with them."

Wherever you understand the nature of your enjoyment, don't feel obligated to get too caught up at any one hot spot. I'll confess I've had more than one conversation with a friend's mouth dropping in shock as I confess I never had a G-spot orgasm before. Close your mouth, girl. Orgasm is special for everybody. Visit those spots if you like, or don't — do whatever you feel good about it. It's your pleasure, your body.

The G-Spot

I have often been deeply fascinated by the elusive G-spot, sometimes portrayed as the holy grail of orgasm. I asked that O'Reilly clear it up.

So What Is The G-spot?

There is some controversy among sex researchers as to whether the G-spot really exists – at least somewhere in your anatomy in terms of an actual physical "location." Researchers also found no evidence of a "macroscopic anatomic structure" in a study published in the 2017 Journal of Sexual Medicine.

Instead, it is believed that the G-spot is part of the broader clitoral complex (more on that later), part of a network of hot spots for pleasure.

How Do You Find The G-spot?

If you wanted to stimulate the G-spot, you should reach into the vagina — not too deeply — and curl your fingertips toward your stomach wall. Think of motion like "come here."

"When you wait for that to happen, the region feels more textured than the rest of the vaginal canal," O'Reilly says. She suggests an exploration of the G-spot by a dual stimulation vibrator such as The Nova.

The Best Sex Positions in a G-spot

To get to the hard-to-reach angle, straddle the penis (or a sex toy) of your partner and lean back. Think of cowgirl but with an angle of 45 degrees.

Doggy-style variants (i.e., some form of penetration from behind using either a penis or a sex toy) often have the ideal angle to stimulate the G-spot.
What Are Female Pleasure Spots? How To Find Them?

The C-Spot

C-spot may sound sexy but for your clitoris, it's really just another name. 

What Exactly Is The C-spot?

The clitoris is an entire desire bone-shaped area running down either side of the vaginal opening. The "little bump" the looks like a bean lies right at the clitoral complex's apex and is called the C-spot. "Its sole function is to create pleasure and eventually lead to orgasm," O'Reilly says. The C-spot is typically the most sensitive part of your clitoris but when it comes to having a clitoral orgasm, it's really just the tip of the iceberg. 

How Do You Find The C-spot?

There are several ways to improve the C-spot — the old tried-and-true hand approach ("Use the fingertip to roll around the area for immediate stimulation," says O'Reilly) or, of course, toys. We-Vibe's Melt makes use of something called "pleasure air technology" to pulse with growing pressure around the clitoris. "One nice choice is also a tiny bullet vibe with a flat edge," says O'Reilly.

The Best C-spot Sex Positions

The C-spot 's best sex positions are those which require manual access to the area. In other words, go for sex positions that encourage you or your partner to use your hands or a sex toy to stimulate your C-spot. Try missionary (slide your hand down for some self-pleasure), cowgirl (allow your partner to stimulate your clit while you control the depth and speed of penetration), or spooning (where you can stimulate your clit, or both of you).

The A-Spot

Still here with me? Good ...... good. Let's Speak about A-spot. 

What Exactly Is The A-spot?

Evidence is limited on all three spots, but the A-spot-also is known as the erogenous anterior fornix region is especially underexplored. The A-spot is higher up the vaginal canal, above the G-spot, and closer to the cervix.

How Do You Find The A-spot?

"A lot of people find it awkward to get the A-spot stimulated, much as many of us believe it's unpleasant to touch our cervix," says O'Reilly. As with a cervical orgasm, it takes profound penetration to hit this spot. Begin by finding your G-spot, and then push into the vagina about two inches deeper (up). If your fingers aren't long enough you might need to use a sex toy.

The Best A-spot Sex Positions

The sex positions best suited for hitting the A-spot are those which enable super-deep penetration (just like the G-spot). Seek to stand on the wall, the bed, or a support table with your hands as your partner uses a cock, sex toy, or strap-on to penetrate you slowly from behind.
Haley Swanson is a New York based writer. Get in contact with her on haleyswanson.com or track her @haleyaswanson.



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