Sexplanations: A guide to discussing Sex & Sexuality in the Caribbean

by Alverston Bailey

Kingston, Jamaica

Female hot spots

A guided tour through her hot spots.

The skin is the largest sensory organ of the human body and is for many an unexplored territory which can unleash a well of pent up passions. Let me therefore guide you along these sensual tactile pathways called erogenous zones. Precisely which body parts are sources of sexual arousal is a very individual experience. Let us now explore her hot spots.

The C spot - the clitoris

The clitoris is a very sensitive sexual organ which contains over eight thousand

nerve endings. It is the prime hot spot for woman because up to 75 per cent

of women need direct clitoral stimulation to have an orgasm. This structure is

very sensitive to touch, pressure and temperature. Stimulation of the clitoris can

cause an intense clitoral orgasm.

The G spot

The Grafenburg or G spot is a cluster of erectile tissue surrounding the urethra

which becomes engorged with blood during sexual excitement. In some women,

if this area is stimulated, they will experience an intense and fulfilling vaginal

orgasm. [1]

The A spot

The anterior fornix erogenous zone or A spot is the area on the front wall of

the vagina mid way between the cervix and the G spot. It plays a role in vaginal

lubrication and if stimulated can alleviate vaginal dryness.

The U spot

The U spot refers to the urethral opening which in some women is very sensitive

and can be a source of pleasure.

The P spot

The perineum or P spot is the soft tissue between the vaginal opening and the

anus and is composed of spongy erectile tissue. It is referred to as Hui - Yin in

acupressure (gate of life and death). When stimulated, it increases female sexual

desire.

The X spot

The X spot refers to the cervix; it is very sensitive to pressure and when

stimulated can induce a cervical orgasm.

The M spot

The M spot lies just below the mouth of the uterus and when stimulated can be

quite gratifying.

Other female hot spots

Many parts of the female body not involved in reproduction are sensitive to

sexual touch. Caressing and massaging of these areas can enhance sensual

pleasure or they can be invitations to further sexual activity. These hot spots

can significantly enhance your sexual experience, but you must take time to

explore them and only through active communication can you determine if

your partner finds them stimulating