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The Female "Hot Spots"

May 17, 2016

The Female "Hot Spots"

Women are blessed with so many erogenous zones in and around the vagina. Guys, pay attention…this article will show you some great areas to concentrate on. We probably should also tell women to pay attention. We’ve met plenty of women who aren’t as familiar with their own anatomy as they should be. In this article, we’re going to cover 4 “hot spots” located in and around the vagina. If possible, remember this acronym: CUGA. CUGA are the four hot spots that include the: C-spot, U-spot, G-spot, and A-spot. Some of these spots are very familiar yet there are a few that people may not have heard about. Below is a description of each spot, where it’s located, and how to best stimulate each spot.

C-spot

The C-spot, or clitoris, is one of the more well-known of hot spots. As seen in the diagram below, the clitoris is located above the vaginal opening and urethra. The clitoris is covered up by a small piece of skin called the clitoral hood. Due to many different body types, some women’s clitoris is somewhat exposed while others with a thicker labia keep the clitoris hidden. Much like a man’s penis, the clitoris can become erect when stimulated. Finding the clitoris on yourself or by a partner is pretty easy. We recommended first rubbing the entire upper area of the labia with a decent amount of pressure. Once properly ‘warmed up’, simply spread the labia apart and move towards the peak of the opening. Stimulating the clitoris can be a lot of fun! Feel free to use a finger, tongue, or toy to stimulate the C-spot. Rub, lick or toy the clitoris using a wide range of motions including up-and-down, side-to-side and in circles. A great number of women claim to have intense orgasms for clitoral stimulation.
U-spot

The U-spot is a small area of skin located around both side, and above, the urethral opening. As you can see from the diagram above, the urethra is located 5 to 6 millimeters above the opening of the vagina. The u-spot is made of very sensitive erectile tissue. When gently caressed with a finger or tongue, many women report intense sexual arousal. In addition to using a finger or tongue, a penis’s warm soft texture can also be very appealing.

G-spot

Another spot that is more often talked about is the G-spot. The G-spot, also known as the Grafenburg spot, is located about 2 to 3 inches inside of the vagina. There is a great amount of debate as to whether the G-spot exists. The G-spot has been associated with the Skene’s gland which is the equivalent of the male prostate. Much like prostate stimulation, rubbing against the skene’s gland can produce an intense orgasm and in some cases, female ejaculation. For us, we feel that the G-spot is real as we’ve had lots of fun rubbing on this magical spot which was followed by an explosive orgasm. As shown in the above diagram, the G-spot is found on the anterior (front) wall of the vagina. G-spot stimulation can be done using a finger(s), toy, or penis. When using a finger, be sure that the palm is facing outward. Enter the vagina with one or two fingers until a spongy bulge is felt…that is the spot. Use a wide range of motions including side-to-side, in circles and up-and-down. It could take some time, but the receiver could climax very intensely. Also, there is a decent chance that some squirting could take place. When using a toy, be sure it has a slightly curved end. The curved end will allow for proper reach of the G-spot. There are many types of wands, vibrators and dildos that can make G-spot play a lot of fun. During intercourse, the G-spot can be difficult to reach when lying flat. To properly stimulate the G-spot with a penis, prop your partner’s pelvic area up with a pillow or two. Propping the hips allows for a better angle of entry making the G-spot easily accessible.

A-Spot

The A-spot, aka anterior fornix, is located at the innermost part of the vagina. Looking at the diagram above, this spot is between the bladder and cervix. Stimulating this spot can produce rapid wetness and some women have reported having strong contractions. There’s no doubt, if done properly, that the A-spot can produce intense sexual pleasure. Finding the A-spot is best done using a finger. We recommend that you first locate the G-spot. Once the G-spot is found, move past it and locate the cervix. After finding the cervix, simply curl your finger inwards in a ‘come hither’ motion so that you can feel the uppermost point next to the cervix. Once your there, add gentle pressure while moving your finger with an in-and-out motion.

Keep in mind that all women are not alike. Some will enjoy these spots while others may find them uncomfortable. An intense orgasm is not a guarantee, but with some practice these spots can become enjoyable. When playing alone, it may be especially difficult finding the A-spot. We recommend getting your partner involved for assistance. In fact, solo play is good, but nothing is better than pairing together for some couples fun. Remember, always communicate with each other and have fun! 

If you'd like to learn more about a woman's body, check out A Guide to the Female Anatomy.

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Robin & Liam

 




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