We Know About The G-Spot, But What's The 'A-Spot'?

Yes, it's also a part of the clitoris.
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There is a scene in Sex and the City where Charlotte talks about never seeing her vagina and having no idea what ~*really*~ goes on down there. This is something a lot of Pinays can relate to, thanks to the absurd stigma attached to all-things vajayjay. 

But, ladies, it is literally so fucking magical down there, so much so that even now, we are finding new things to love about it. For example, did you know that the clitoris, which isn't in the vagina (but is a part of the vulva), has another *spot* worth checking out?

No, we're not talking about the G-spot. The Anterior Fornix Erogenous zone, or the A-spot, is located at the very back end of the clit. We're talking waaay back, just right above the cervix. It's called the A-spot for its name, but also because you can reach it through anal sex. 

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Let that sink in: The clitoris can be reached during anal sex. 

But if you're not into that, no problem, because you can still reach the A-spot without going through the butt. You can actually go in through the vagina. It's a hard-ish spot at the back of your vagina (yes, you'd have to go that deep) until you can't go in any more. That's when you know you've reached your cervix. Depending on the person, it may feel good but it may also feel uncomfortable. 

Unlike other parts of the clit, the A-spot is stimulated by pressure, not rubbing. This is why some people feel pleasure during anal sex, because the A-spot is pushed against the rectum. 

Sources: Refinery29, Popsugar, VICE

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