G-Spot, A-Spot, and P-Spot
Of course you’ve heard of the G-spot. That’s the area inside and on the front side of a vagina about two inches (5 cm) from the opening. When massaged, it can bring on an orgasm in many women. Some say this orgasm is more satisfying than one brought on by clitoral stimulation. It is different, in any case.
There is also an A-spot. also known as the anterior fornix erogenous zone, or AFE zone. This area is located between the cervix and bladder. It is on the same front wall as the G-Spot, but farther in. When rubbed, it can bring on involuntary vaginal lubrication, enhances arousal, and sometimes can lead to orgasm by itself. According to Dr. Chua Chee Ann, a sex scientist who has done research into women with vaginal dryness, giving attention to this spot for ten minutes daily, greatly increases lubrication and can make orgasms easier or quicker to attain.
As if there weren’t already enough ‘spots,’ there is also a P-spot. This is an area in men that stimulates the prostate gland. Not only is rubbing or gently pressing on the P-spot pleasurable, it can also help with prostate health, according to many experts. The spot is about two to three inches (5 – 7.5 cm) inside the anus against the front wall. When massaged, it creates something like a “gotta pee” sensation, but generally better and can be highly arousing. Some semen can be expressed. A man can sometimes feel the fluid moving outward through the urethra, and it is not uncommon to have some fluid drip out of the penis. Occasionally, a prostate massage can bring on full orgasm and ejaculation.