I'm sure you've all heard of the female G-spot, but what about the A-spot? And no, it has nothing to do with your bum, although that's what I first thought, too! I'm actually referring to the Anterior Fornix Erogenous (AFE) Zone. It's an area inside a woman in between her G-spot and her cervix. It's extremely sensitive and should feel a little swollen, spongy, and wrinkly. When stimulated, not only does your A-spot help with lubrication, but it can make sex beyond pleasurable.
I'm sure you're dying to know how to get to your A-spot, so to find out, read more.
In order to find your A-spot, Dr. Chua Chee Ann of Perak, Malaysia, discovered the AFE Zone Stimulation Technique. In order to get there, your partner is going to need to use his or her index finger. It may take some time to pinpoint your money spot, but if your partner is continuously stroking the upper front part of your vaginal wall, it's only a matter of time before he or she finds it. Once lubrication begins, you'll know it's working.
This A-spot technique is recommended to be carried out every day for a week, for five to 10 minutes each time — I guess practice makes perfect, right? This technique will both increase natural lubrication (which is bound to make sex better), and will allow you to tap into an extremely erogenous area of your body which should help you reach some amazing orgasms.
Have any of you ever had any experience with your A-spot?