Now There's a PS Spot??

Chilipepper Chilipepper
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Came across this while looking through the web. Any of you out there heard of this? Any already know and have experimented?
03/02/2010
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Kynky Kytty Kynky Kytty
At one point, trying to name every single erogenous inch of a woman's vagina as a 'Spot' becomes a little silly. Don't we already agree that you can get sexual stimulation from the vagina and anus. Someone had to raise their finger and say, "What about the skin between them?"

When you think about it, the G-spot could just be a product of being able to apply more pressure on a particular erogenous location because of the presence of the pubic bone. Not really that much of a spot, but we can agree that it feels good. It fits with the fact that the scientist could not find it as well as our personal experiences saying that it does exist.

See? I just solved the mystery of the g-spot. Ta-da!

About your question, no I had never heard of it, but I am willing to explore and give you a feedback eventually in private.
03/02/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
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Came across this while looking through the web. Any of you out there heard of this? Any already know and have experimented?
I agree the spot thing may be getting a bit out of hand - but the concept is a good one. Men (and women) need to know there's more to a woman and her orgasms than the clitoris. Listening to Sheri Winston and Jaiya you'll hear about:

U-spot = the erectile tissue around the urethral opening which extends internally to the g-spot

G-spot = most of the EF family know about this one

A-spot = anterior fornix - where the vagina & cervix meet. Jaiya calls this one the deep g-spot

Then off course you look behind the obvious head of the clitoris and you find out about the crus (legs) of the clitoris that extends behind the shaft and glans!

The PS spot seems obvious in retrospect because in my experience if I massage this area while working with a dildo or vibe it helps enhance my wife's orgasm.

Sheri Winston claims that a woman has as much erectile tissue as a man - just distributed differently.

Chilipepper girl - thanks for the link - interesting info!
03/03/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Kynky Kytty
At one point, trying to name every single erogenous inch of a woman's vagina as a 'Spot' becomes a little silly. Don't we already agree that you can get sexual stimulation from the vagina and anus. Someone had to raise their finger ... More
I agree with how you look at things. So, one could argue that the U, A, G and PS spots are all apart of the same organ.
03/03/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I agree with how you look at things. So, one could argue that the U, A, G and PS spots are all apart of the same organ.
I'm not so sure - if they are all one - stimulating one would have a direct impact on the other - which my experience tells me is not the case - at least with my wife. In fact stimulating her clitoris distracts from me stimulating her g-spot.

Most of the women on EF seem to report that a clitoral orgasm differs greatly from a vaginal or g-spot orgasm. I doubt that you could report that stimulating the clitoris has any impact on the PS Spot.

I think it's more likely that it's a distributed network of systems that although linked through the brain - are each capable of delivering their own unique pleasure signals. This actually makes it 'a better system' - not subject to catastrophic failure.

I've heard it said that the a-spot is probably an extension of the g-spot. The g-spot is now 'recognized' by informed medical practitioners as an organ called the female prostate - like the male prostate it surrounds the urethra outside of the vagina - whereas the a-spot is the where the vagina and cervix meet - inside the vagina.

In my opinion each are independent structures all linked to provide any combination of independent or blended sensations - even orgasms. Although I'm not convinced I could bring my wife to orgasm massaging her PS-spot - or U-spot for that matter, I'm happy to say that in addition to clitoral orgasms we have great luck with g & a spot orgasms.
03/03/2010
Kynky Kytty Kynky Kytty
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Originally posted by Gunsmoke
I'm not so sure - if they are all one - stimulating one would have a direct impact on the other - which my experience tells me is not the case - at least with my wife. In fact stimulating her clitoris distracts from me stimulating her ... More
No, we did not link the clitoris with the spots in the vaginal walls. We know it's different. We just mean that stimulating somewhere inside the vagina will feel good as long as you focus somewhere.
03/03/2010
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
The clitoris is the same organ as the penis. The p-spot is the same as the g-spot Anatomically, they derive from the same organs. At least that is what I learned in physical anthropology.
03/03/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Kynky Kytty
No, we did not link the clitoris with the spots in the vaginal walls. We know it's different. We just mean that stimulating somewhere inside the vagina will feel good as long as you focus somewhere.
Kynky Kyty - I'm sure a woman's preference can vary - my experience is very narrow - lust my lovely bride.

For my wife 'stimulating somewhere inside the vagina' just doesn't work. She's very specific about being able to 'hit the right spot'. Early in the session the g-spot closest to the vaginal opening is 'the' spot - as she gets into it more - she wants deeper stimulation which from what I've read is the anterior fornix - or A-spot. So for us they are spots - not just general locations.
03/03/2010
SexyTigerX SexyTigerX
Seems to me they are rather spot happy or spot on.

But, at the same time it's probably easier to remember that way for some. Instead of all the proper names. You just say... this spot, that spot and most of us know what and where they are.

But, honestly, I doubt that my husband knows what any of them are. He just knows what and where to hit my spot, the right spot, spot on.

And I don't know that I really care that he know all the spots as long as he can hit the right spot.

My gosh, I'm starting to see spots!!! LOL
03/03/2010
Boobs and Lubes Boobs and Lubes
It's true that male and female have analogous parts(comparably derived from the same tissue), but anatomic variants are usually the rule and not the norm. In other words we're all very different in the subtle branching of our nerves and blood vessels. It's this reason we all like something a little different. Practically speaking there will always be more nerve supply to one area, due to the branches of nerves(and more importantly the density of said branches). So go ahead, name every spot someone gets exited about. More importantly, name and learn your partners; because it's a guarantee, the next person will have different preferences. Tomato, tomato, potato, pottato, lets just all get laid!
03/03/2010
SexyTigerX SexyTigerX
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Originally posted by Boobs and Lubes
It's true that male and female have analogous parts(comparably derived from the same tissue), but anatomic variants are usually the rule and not the norm. In other words we're all very different in the subtle branching of our nerves and ... More
I like that!!
03/03/2010
Boobs and Lubes Boobs and Lubes
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Originally posted by SexyTigerX
I like that!!
the reality is that positioning play a role when penetration and stimulation comes in to play. Angles of penetration vaginally and anally will vary as to where our nerve centers are. I'm not an expert; well not at least at sexually, but the sweet spot depends on many factors. Just my take. I'm going to come up with my own spot. How about the greek spot?
03/03/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Kynky Kytty
No, we did not link the clitoris with the spots in the vaginal walls. We know it's different. We just mean that stimulating somewhere inside the vagina will feel good as long as you focus somewhere.
Exactly. Clitoral and vaginal orgasms generally involve different nerves. The way I look at it, is there are several points within the vaginal canal, surrounding muscles and tissues which are more sensitive than others. If people want to give each and every spot a different name, I guess they can but they are all pretty closely connected and separating all those spots makes it seem like they are not apart of the same organ and/or have nothing to do one another. Of course, stimulating a certain spot is not going to feel exactly the same as stimulating another but that doesn't mean it's not apart of the same organ. Those spots are just spots that respond to certain stimulation because that's how it works.

Isn't a whole lot simpler to just say "Experiment, find places that feel good and work with them" instead of saying "There are # of spots and they are located here, here and here and should be stimulated thusly?"
03/03/2010
SexyTigerX SexyTigerX
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Originally posted by Boobs and Lubes
the reality is that positioning play a role when penetration and stimulation comes in to play. Angles of penetration vaginally and anally will vary as to where our nerve centers are. I'm not an expert; well not at least at sexually, but the ... More
Dr greek,
All right, way to go!

The greek spot! lol


Adriana Ravenlust,

I so agree, experiment and find the places that feel great. Like I said, I'm sure my hubby has know idea where this _spot and that _spot and the other _spot is. But he knows how to find the places the feel good for me.
03/03/2010
Boobs and Lubes Boobs and Lubes
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
Exactly. Clitoral and vaginal orgasms generally involve different nerves. The way I look at it, is there are several points within the vaginal canal, surrounding muscles and tissues which are more sensitive than others. If people want to give each ... More
yes adrianna; you are right, it is the same organ, but the concentration in those spots varies. My partner likes mostly external stimulation, I can't just pick a spot of my choosing and expect her to get off. It's taken a long time to learn her idiosyncrasies and adjust my technique, it's taken her just as long to learn them. So you are right on both counts, experiment and take notes.
03/03/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I can say that my research on the female anatomy of arousal (Shrei Winston's term) has been a big help for me. I'll try certain techniques based on what I've learned about location and technique - then watch for how my wife responds. When a good response is achieved - I don't have to guess about why or will it work again - there's a physical (anatomical) reason that it works - which makes it repeatable.

Some people are into trial and error - and that's fine. I like to take a more direct - dare I say educated approach.
03/03/2010
Boobs and Lubes Boobs and Lubes
Education and furthermore science, if that's what we're calling it doesn't exist without trial and error. It's the basis of all learning, but that being said, I read all the literature on vagina's/orgasms. Better to have it and not need it, rather than need it and not have it. My experience however; has told me that a lot of what I have read only gets me so far. Agreed, it's best to see what is responded to. It's still on some level, trial and error, even if it's an educated trial.
03/03/2010
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
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Originally posted by Boobs and Lubes
Education and furthermore science, if that's what we're calling it doesn't exist without trial and error. It's the basis of all learning, but that being said, I read all the literature on vagina's/orgasms. Better to have it and ... More
Good point - thanks.
03/03/2010
SexyTigerX SexyTigerX
Dr greek and Gunsmoke,

You guys are awesome. It's great that you want to learn all you can to pleasure your partners. More men should be like that. But, I think more are not.

You guys keep up the good investigative spot on searches and keep us happy and wanting more!!!!!
03/04/2010
Liz2 Liz2
Great info and research on pleasure spots. We can all get caught up on researching and locating the "right" spot and feel a letdown if we miss. The g spot certainly comes to mind as it isn't actually one pin point spot but a small area that kinda changes (moves) with arousal. When a female masturbates she hits many areas, all connected and leading to and intensifying orgasm.
I certainly tell my partner what feels good but to look for more specific spots beyond my clit and g spot would probably destroy the mood and experience for both of us.
But somehow, I want to know and will certainly experiment during solo play.
Thanks all....
03/04/2010
Gallowraven Gallowraven
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Originally posted by Boobs and Lubes
It's true that male and female have analogous parts(comparably derived from the same tissue), but anatomic variants are usually the rule and not the norm. In other words we're all very different in the subtle branching of our nerves and ... More
Well said.
08/01/2010
aBeastlyLittleThing aBeastlyLittleThing
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
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Came across this while looking through the web. Any of you out there heard of this? Any already know and have experimented?
for real? no. just...i am not made up of spots. i am a person. shut up already, lol!!
03/15/2011
purplekidney purplekidney
She: Can't they just say "looks like this whole area feels good. Hooray!" and be done with it already?
04/11/2011
Lilith's Girl Friday Lilith's Girl Friday
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
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Came across this while looking through the web. Any of you out there heard of this? Any already know and have experimented?
I honestly would have thought that the PS spot is the wet spot you leave on your man's bed when you rush off after sex because you have to be somewhere ... like home in bed with your husband.
07/21/2011
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