Have you heard of the elusive A-spot? Yes, it’s a real thing! And this area can give you some very pleasurable moments if stimulated correctly. To give some conclusive answers, we called upon our clinical sexologist, Rachel Sommer, Ph.D. She is going to give different techniques on how to have an A-spot orgasm with a vibrator and improve your overall sex life. Let’s get straight to it:
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What Is The A-spot And Where Is It?
The A-spot, or the Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone, is a deep spot hiding in the anterior front vaginal wall, between the cervix and bladder . It’s kind of like the G-spot’s lesser-known, mysterious cousin. But here’s the cool part: poking around the A-spot can help with vaginal dryness as it increases blood flow to the area which can lead to some pretty wild orgasms. That’s right. It’s a game-changer!
But here’s the thing, trying to find the A-spot isn’t a walk in the park and not everyone will be able to find it. It’s like playing hide and seek about 4-6 inches inside the vaginal canal. Many women say it feels like a tiny, roundish knob on the front wall in there. Others describe it as a smooth, sort of squishy area inside your vagina.
Now, to find the A-spot, you might want to find the G-spot first using a vibrator or just push your long fingers inside your womanhood and aim towards the front, like you’re pointing towards the belly button. Once you hit the right spot, try a gentle “come-hither” motion or just press softly on it.
Why Should I Stimulate the A-Spot And How Does It Feel?
The AFE Zone Stimulation Technique, pioneered by Dr. Chua Chee Ann, offers a novel approach to enhancing sexual pleasure and addressing dysfunctions in women. In this clinical study , it was found that genital touching and rhythmic pressure to this area led to immediate physiological responses in many women, including increased lubrication and erotic sensitivity, with some experiencing orgasms.
Approximately two-thirds of the participants, especially those with chronic dryness and discomfort during intercourse, reported significant improvements. This groundbreaking method holds promise as an effective solution for managing vasocongestive and orgasmic dysfunction, marking a significant advancement in the sex therapy technique field.
Many people report that A-spot stimulation can provide sexual pleasure leading to full-body orgasms, a type of orgasm that feels more all-encompassing and powerful. It’s like these waves that start from the very core of you, spreading out in this mind-blowing sensation that leaves you feeling all floaty and euphoric. It’s the kind of bliss that can make you forget about everything else.
The experience, however, isn’t experienced by most women. Or you might actually be on target but not feeling a noticeable amount of pleasure. It’s worth noting that getting to the O-town might need some effort, and hey, not everyone’s on the same train, so chill, take things slow, and no need to stress about it. You do you!
How To Have an A-Spot Orgasm With a Vibrator?
Alright, let’s dive into the world of A-spot fun with a vibrator! Here’s a detailed step-by-step guide to make your journey smooth and enjoyable.
- Pick your weapon. First off, grab a vibrator that’s meant for going deep inside the vagina. A clitoral vibe isn’t going to cut it for this mission since it will only target clitoral stimulation. You need something that can reach those inner depths, like a curved G-spot vibe.
- Getting comfortable is key. You can kick back with your legs open or sit up with your knees bent – just find a spot where you can easily reach your A-spot.
- Use Lubricant. Lube up your sex toy well – trust me, it makes things a lot smoother. Slide it in gently and start your quest for the A-spot. You’re aiming for a spot stimulation deep inside of you, a bit like trying to touch your belly button from the inside. It’s a responsive region of sensitive tissue that moistens upon touch and stimulation.
- Stimulation. Now for the fun part – start experimenting with different vibes, speeds, and rhythms. Everyone’s groove is different, so what sends one person to the moon might just be a buzz for someone else. As you play around with your A-spot, you might feel a building pressure. This is all part of the buildup to that big moment. Keep at it until you achieve orgasm – it might even come with a gush of fluid.
Related: How to Orgasm With a Vibrator?
Remember, this is all about your personal preference. Some people might find certain positions, like the lifted missionary, more effective for A-spot play during penetrative sex. Those who have a penetrative partner can join in the fun with their index finger or even a strap-on. The key is to communicate openly and find what brings you the most pleasure. Not all women experience these orgasms the same way, and that’s totally cool. The important thing is to enjoy the journey and discover what feels best for you. Happy exploring!
Sex Positions To Stimulate The A-Spot
The A-spot is located deep inside the vagina, between the cervix and the bladder, so not all positions will work to reach this spot. Here are some sex positions that we have found helpful:
The Deep Thrust: This position is perfect for hitting the A-spot. Lie on your back with your legs spread wide and your penetrating partner on top of you. Have them lift your legs and push them towards your chest. This will shorten the vaginal canal and create a deeper penetration that may allow them to hit the A-spot.
The Doggy-Style: This classic position can also be used to stimulate the A-spot. Get down on all fours, then your penetrating partner enters you from behind. Have them lift your hips slightly to create a deeper penetration and hit the A-spot. You can also try anal sex in the doggy position, which some experts think is a great way to hit the A-spot.
Reverse Cowgirl: Get cozy with the receiving partner (the one with the vagina) straddling their partner, facing away. The other partner can chill lying down or sitting up – whatever floats their boat. Now, here’s the A-spot magic: have the receiver lean in or arch their back. It tweaks the angle, going deep along the front wall of the vagina for some extra fun!
Pro Tips: You can try to modify some of the best positions to hit the G-spot and deviate the stimulation to your A-spot. It sounds a wee bit crazy but it works!
How Is It Different From G-spot?
The G-spot is the world-famous region in the anterior vaginal wall and the A-spot is like its deeper cousin. Now, here’s where it gets interesting. They are both erogenous zones in the vaginal canal, but the A-spot is known for creating a different kind of fireworks show – a “deep vaginal orgasm,” as the pros call it. Here are a few more differences:
- The A-spot is smooth like the surrounding tissue while the G-spot is more spongy.
- You can reach the G-spot with your fingers but most won’t be able to with the A-spot.
- You can achieve a squirting orgasm from the G-spot but typically not with the A-spot.
Since they are close to each other and you might want to hit the G-spot for a change, you can learn how to stimulate your G-spot using a vibrator by reading this guide.
What Vibrator Should I Use to Hit My A-Spot?
Now that you’re ready to give it a try. What vibrator should you use to hit that sweet spot? The truth is, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. Different people prefer different types of vibrators, and what works for one person may not work for another.
That said, some vibrator types are particularly well-suited for A-spot stimulation. One option is a G-spot vibrator, which is designed to hit the front wall of the vagina where the A-spot is located. For options, here are the best G-spot vibrations you can choose from. Healthline also recommends using a toy that’s at least 5 inches long, which we agree with.
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