There’ a lot of buzz going around about all the various pleasure and orgasmic spots women have and can enjoy. In this post we briefly look at the meaning of the best known vaginal i.e. Yoni Spots.
The A-Spot equals the anterior fornix erogenous zone. It’s a pleasure point/area which is located inside the vagina canal and it can be found between the cervix and the bladder. Some claim that this is actually the “female prostate.”
The C-Spot is actually another name for the clitoris. Nevertheless, the C-spot can also be the label for the most sensitive part of the clitoris. Sometimes the C-Spot has a totally other meaning, referring to the top of the cervix (Cervix-spot).
The G-spot is perhaps the female pleasure spot most talked about. It’s actually not a single spot or location, but rather an area located inside the vagina, near the entrance, on the upper vaginal wall under the pubic bone.
Learn more about the G-Spot in our Sacred Spot post.
The K-Spot sometimes refers to the two spots to the right and the left of the clitoral hood. In other definitions, it’s the sensitive spot just above the anus. And in again other descriptions it’s located opposite the G-Spot in the vaginal canal.
This area is further in the vaginal canal and is located behind the cervix. It’s sometimes described as the “deep spot.” As it’s actually behind (in) the uterus, it can’t be accessed directly but only indirectly.
The P-Spot refers to the posterior fornix, which is located in the vagina, near the cervix on the posterior wall, opposite of the G-spot.
The PS-Spot refers to the perineal sponge. It’s a spongy cushion of tissue and blood. It sits between the vaginal opening and rectum and is located internally to the perineum (which is the name for the area between vagina and rectum).
The U-Spot is the sensitive area between the clitoris and the urethra. The urethra is the tube that connects the urinary bladder to the urinary evacuation opening.
The V-Spot stands for vaginal vestibule, the opening of the vagina, the area just before entering the vaginal canal.