Skip navigation! Story from Wellness. The A-spot is a part of female pleasure that we barely ever discuss, but it deserves its day in the sun.
Historically, in Western countries, female orgasms have been highly scrutinized. Orgasms were sometimes seen as unhealthy or wrong. And orgasms that are achieved through stimulation that is not heterosexual vaginal intercourse have been considered unacceptable by researchers and doctors 1,2.
First named by Dr Chua Chee, the A-spot is an untapped pleasure centre that could help you have the best orgasm of your life. The A-spot is an area of sensitivity located in the internal part of your clitoris - right at the back of the vagina. That's right, the clitoris is much more than the exposed tip of your vulva - it goes right inside the body and is a full 5 inches in length roughly the size of the average penis.
We respect your privacy. The key is spending more time on foreplay and learning about the two spots that, when stimulated, can lead to a female orgasm. It also doesn't hurt to understand which sexual positions provide the best chance for orgasm.
They are: the Clitoris, the U-spot, the G-spot, and the A-spot. The first two are outside the vagina, the second two inside it:. The Clitoris.
A male G spot orgasm emanates from the prostate. InSigmund Freud suggested women had two different kinds of orgasms: clitoral and vaginal. He believed clitoral orgasms were an adolescent phenomenon, and vaginal orgasms were the proper orgasm for a mature woman to have.
Instead, I went out and got myself a lengthy jelly dong. It was shiny, purple, and veiny. The dildo was comically longer than I needed—at least nine inches in length and two inches in girth—but it would do.
But variety really is the spice of life. You wouldn't eat the same three meals every day, nor would you wear the same outfit over and over. Sherry RossMD. Besides providing a physical release, it's also an emotional one—allowing you to feel closer to your partner or simply de-stress after a tough day.
There are multiple ways to help your partner have an orgasm. You can stimulate her clitoris or even to work toward the elusive G-spot. Some experts swear it can trigger long-lasting orgasms, says Yvonne K.
And while the G-spot is said to produce some very pleasurable sensations, it should learn to share the spotlight with a few other areas of the female body. You may wonder what other areas of the female body, aside from the clitoris loosely referred to the female equivalent of the peniscould possibly out shadow the G-spot? The A-spot and the U-spot have recently gained some notoriety of their own, getting shout outs on The Dr. Oz Show in addition to many other mainstream radio stations and magazines.