We have particularly sensitive areas in our bodies. No matter if you call them G, A, K or U points. Knowing them and knowing how to stimulate allow the couple to experience super.
Men and women do not react in the same way to kisses, because their erogenous zones are different.
For years people have talked about the G-spot, but it seems there are also other key spots: A, K, U.
Perhaps now it is time to get a better idea of those spots with the help of science.
The sensitive points of her:
A – Spot
It was presented in 1993 by dr. Chau Chee Ann and would be located in the anterior wall of the vagina, this is the area known as the AFE (Anterior fornix Erogenous). Stimulating point A can overcome a typical women disease: the vaginal dryness.
G – Spot
The G spot is located on the front wall of the vagina. Presented for the first time in 1950 by the German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg who believed that it allows, if stimulated, to feel the fullness of the woman orgasm.
K – Spot
Discovered in 1998 by sex therapist Barbara Keesling, and even called “mystery passage”. The author of the bestseller “How to make love all night” and “Super Mega Orgasm” says that the point K is located in that part of the vagina that joins the cervix. Stimulation of this point can cause intense orgasm.
U – Spot
U Point owes its name to the urethra, since there is very close between the clitoris and the vaginal orifice. To discover and present this point of pleasure is the professor of physiology and urology Kevin McKenna, Northwestern University Medical School.
The sensitive points of him:
G – Spot
This is the area corresponding to the prostate and its position has been called the P point, but then also renamed the G-spot for man from sexologist Beverly Whipple in 1980, who studied male and female orgasms.
It is located in the area between the testicles and the anus and can be stimulated both manually and orally, and produce intense pleasure.
Knowing the areas and particularly sensitive points of man and woman is important. But we must not forget that sexuality is a complex phenomenon.
It does not end in sexual act, even if satisfactory. Sexuality has to do with the intimacy and the pleasure of being together. There are no standard rules apply to everyone, and if you forget a few letters of the alphabet of love, do not panic.
What matters is that the couple can find a way to live their sexuality in a pleasant way for both of them. In addition, the exploration of love is already a high-erotic tension, isn’t it?