AFE-Zone - reality or fiction

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AFE-Zone - reality or fiction

Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone is sometimes explained as the deep G-spot because it is suppose to be at the junction of the cervix and anterior vaginal wall. Again similarly to the g-spot, the AFE Zone is characterized by a change in texture probably due to the presence of erectile tissue.

The AFE Zone is suppose to be specifically associated with vaginal lubrication - and therefore female ejaculation.

My personal experience is that there's definitely something to this. I can easily find my wife's g-spot and stimulate it with the classic come hither finger motions - however the AFE Zone is too deep for me to directly stimulate - that's where a great toy like the Pure Wand comes into the picture.

With careful deep stimulation my with the Pure Wand my wife will ejaculate every time!

What's your experience? Is it real or imagined?
09/07/2009
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Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I know a couple people who experience A-spot orgasm. I haven't myself but who am I to say they're "Wrong?" Though, I wonder if it's not just part of the G-spot.
09/07/2009
Red Red
A minor, yet important point:

Female Ejaculation has to do with the swelling of the skeenes glands, which are the remnants of what would be a prostate in men, and are located around the urethra.

"Female Ejaculation" could be used to describe a variety of phenomena, including urination during intense orgasm, or a spraying of copious amounts of vaginal secretions due to muscle contraction during an intense orgasms.

The AFE is near the cervix. Skeenes glands are near the urethra. Most likely, those are distinct enough areas that direct massage of the AFE isn't going to result in female ejaculation for any reason other than general "we're hiving a good time here and that orgasm was HARD" reasons (similar to girls who squirt with clitoral orgasms - some are just wired that way!)

So, long point short, sounds like your wife is a lucky lady for being able to come super hard from AFE stimulation! (assuming that you're not just stroking by the gspot/skeenes glands as you spelunk for the AFE)

And as for the existance of the AFE? It's not super duper well studied, but is generally accepted that prodding/massage of it results in vaginal wetness. I have a fun zone in that general region, so I certainly believe it exists, and I know of female friends/partners who feel the same about themselves. I think physiologically there are more nerves there as well. On some women, it's tucked behind the cervix, and if bumping the cervix is uncomfortable, it will likely never be enjoyed, even if hit precisely, due to proximity of cervix.
09/07/2009
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I know a couple people who experience A-spot orgasm. I haven't myself but who am I to say they're "Wrong?" Though, I wonder if it's not just part of the G-spot.
Thanks for your input - my experience is that it's well beyond the g-spot - which I can reach with my fingers.
09/10/2009
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by Red
A minor, yet important point:

Female Ejaculation has to do with the swelling of the skeenes glands, which are the remnants of what would be a prostate in men, and are located around the urethra.

"Female Ejaculation" could be ...
Great response - thanks. There are sites that talk about U-spot stimulation - which is as you say - the area around the urethral opening where the Skeenes glands are located.

Stimulating that A-spot to generate an ejaculation that occurs at the Skeenes glands doesn't seem far fetched - after all a man's ejaculate comes from the prostate - but it generally takes stimulation of the penis to bring it about.

As you say, I guess that's how we're wired!

I take your advice about being close to the cervix seriously. To effectively stimulate the A-spot takes a bit of careful exploration - you have to be attuned to your partners breathing and audible clues.

For us, when I finally get to the right spot - a smooth rhythmic pattern of stimulation works best.
09/10/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
Thanks for your input - my experience is that it's well beyond the g-spot - which I can reach with my fingers.
Well, the G-spot is just one sensitive area of an "organ" which is generally longer/larger than people realize. That organ does usually extend further back than just the G-spot; although, not all of it may be sensitive.
09/10/2009
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