When the clitoris is away, the peach will play
Today, there is a lot of talk about stimulating the female peach, including the clitoris, but the latter is not a problem for most. It is easily found on the map, but when we plunge into a dark abyss, the coordinates mix and the signal is lost. G spot, A spot, O spot, U spot, maybe all together? Do you even know how to find them?
When separated into pleasure points, the vagina seems complicated, and investigating can cause panic. When I think about how many times I searched for the G-spot and tried to achieve the so-called vaginal orgasm, then returned to the clitoris, disappointed and wondering if dividing the vagina into different stimulating points was even necessary. Manufacturers of erotic toys will happily say yes to this question. Today, there are toys to stimulate all these spots and more.
Some doubt that they even exist, but nevertheless, below you can find the description of each one separately in case you have a desire to explore.
The G spot is the most famous, and it was an area I was most interested in. This is probably because most toys, regardless of their shape, are intended to stimulate it. 85% of women believe in its existence, but only a few percent of women really know it. It lies on the anterior vaginal wall, parallel to the urethra, only about an inch from the vaginal opening. Anatomically, this area is no different from the rest of the dark interior, but women nevertheless testify to feel increased sensitivity. It's supposed to be erect, just like a penis.
Although there are thousands of toys and positions (cowgirl is supposed to be great) to stimulate it, the easiest way to reach it is with a finger that you insert into the peach and drag along the top wall. At the end, bend your finger upwards and pull towards the opening. The pressure may be stronger or weaker. Then, left and right, up and down until you encounter the most unpleasant feeling as if you are about to pee. Everything else is training, or G spot stimulation will never grow on you.
This spot also creates agitation, especially since you can find it in a very G spot-like way, except that the A spot is supposed to lie deeper in the vagina. Some describe it as a tissue that gets moist when stimulated, but something tells me that if you are excited in one way or another, this moisture will not tell you much. The orgasm from stimulating this spot should last for twenty seconds, making it one of the longest female orgasms. The feeling is intense but should not provoke the desire to pee.
O spot is the least known of all four. It lies opposite the A spot, on the underside of the vaginal wall. The easiest way to find it is by circling two fingers around the cervix. You've probably found it when you lean your fingertips against the bottom wall and something distracts you.
If you would get tired of the depths but do not want to irritate the clitoris, you can find the U spot that lies between the clitoris and the vaginal opening. The U spot is nothing more than a urethra. The easiest way to find it is with your fingers and a mirror and counting the openings. The stimulation should be gentle from start to finish. However, as with all of the above spots, it is not necessary that you like it, nor that the stimulation of this spot will bring you to orgasm.
If you have given up searching or feel completely lost, trying to find all three spots simultaneously in a dark peach will be enough. In this case, this may be the easiest. You will press somewhere; something will be pleasant, something will not. Then, stick to it. However, if the researcher in you is restless, I wish you a safe journey.