Ashley Thompson explains the difference between the G-spot, A-spot, and U-spot sexual orgasm and why there is still such a debate in the sexual scientific community about these “hot-spots”.
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It’s that time of year again: when the good weather turns on and the clothes come off. Whether you’re alone or with a partner, there’s no better time to get in touch with your inner hotness. Here are Cynthia Loyst’s top 5 tips to make this your steamiest summer ever.
One approach to orgasm-inducing intercourse involves the Coital Alignment Technique (CAT). This positioning and movement can provide a woman with both vaginal and clitoral stimulation, stimulate a man’s shaft and prostatic nerves and does not require any challenging gymnastic moves or flexibility.
In my experience, most women are either into anal sex or they aren’t. Most women I know who like anal sex have done their research before diving in. They have read books, gone to workshops, watched educational videos. In other words, they know how to approach this delicate area with the amount of respect and consideration it deserves.
The search for the G-spot, and the controversy around its existence, has been going on for a while now in the scientific community and beyond. You may have heard about a new study that claims to have located the physiological existence of the G-spot. It is getting quite a bit of hype in the media, which is no surprise, but it is important to really understand the implications of this research.