When talking about sex and pleasure, various pleasure spots are something frequently mentioned. You've most likely heard of a couple of spots that feel amazing to touch: the clitoris, the G-spot, the A-spot, the nipples.
And just as likely, you probably haven't heard of the PS- spot.
WHAT IS THE PS-SPOT?
The Perineal sponge (or the PS- spot, PS-sponge) has taken a backseat when it comes to the orgasm and pleasure debate. It is one of the least known and explored pleasure hotspots that most people do not know about.
The perineal sponge, known as the PS-spot to some, is a spongy cushion of erectile tissue located between the vagina and rectum. It is filled with erectile tissue, and it becomes engorged when you are aroused, just like the clitoris or the penis. The PS sponge sits just beneath the skin in the area between the vaginal opening and the anus. Since it has a highly concentrated amount of nerve endings, stimulating the perineal sponge can feel amazing and enhance your pleasure and orgasmic experience.
It may also contribute to the mechanism of female ejaculation or "squirting." Some women believe that stimulating this spot helps them reach orgasm more quickly and prolongs and deepens their orgasmic sensations.
How to stimulate the PS- spot?
There are two ways to stimulate the Perineal sponge. It can be done both, internally and externally. The most direct way to stimulate the PS-spot is with a finger or a curved sex toy like the Onna Curve or the Onna Drop.
Instead of pressing towards the front vaginal wall (and towards your belly), just like you would for G-spot stimulation, you apply pressure in the opposite direction, towards your backside and anus.
You can also internally stimulate it through the anus. To do that, you want to gently push against the sponge towards the front of your body.
The perineal sponge responds to pressure on the perineum from outside of the body too. You can use a dildo or even your fingers' knuckles to put pressure externally against the spot between the vagina and anus.
Learning to stimulate your PS- spot may be a game-changer for you. Or it may not produce any sensations for you.
Just like any sexual activity, everything feels different for everyone. If you try perineal sponge stimulation and it doesn't give you fireworks, it's OK; it doesn't mean there is something wrong with you.
Learning and exploring all these various spots takes mindfulness and time. Not all of the known pleasure spots will be your cup of tea. And even if some are not, you hopefully find others that are during the exploration process.
- Detailed guide to anatomy of the female pleasure spots and sexual pleasure using proper anatomical terms.
- Techniques and tips on how to make these parts and you (or your female partner) feel good.
- Tips for pleasuring these spots to maximize their pleasure and orgasmic potential.
- Detailed anatomy of the vulva, clitoris, vagina, prostate, fornices, and the cervix.
- The structures responsible for arousal and orgasm in females.
- Easy to understand anatomy illustrations.
- Self- exploration practices and tips.
- Neuroanatomy of female pleasure.
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