Anatomy: A-Spot, G-Spot, K-Spot, P-Spot, & U-Spot!

nude-woman-artistic-female-formA-Spot – ak.a., AFE – the Anterior Fornix, a.k.a., the Anterior Fornix Erogenous zone; a zone on the anterior of the vaginal wall near the cervix. Can be stimulated by fingers or penis/toy from a facing each other/missionary position. Stimulating this area may also activate the bladder (so be sure to go to the bathroom first!). The A-Spot/AFE has also been called the “female degenerated prostate.” The A-Spot is also said to increase lubrication if stimulated 5-10 minutes/day for a week (for women who have dryness).

G-Spot – Goddess spot (formerly named after a penised-person, but we women of the world prefer Goddess Spot), and I use the term “She Spot”. The G-Spot lives within or on the top edge of the female prostate (noted by its rippled, ridgy texture) about an inch or so inside the vagina, on the anterior wall.  *** NOTE: EVERY WOMAN IS DIFFERENT! ***

K-Spot“Kundalini” spot; the sensitive spot just above the anus but below where the top part of the cheeks separate to go around the anus. Can require deep pressure for full effect (similar to perineum stimulation on men). The easiest way to reach the K-Spot is when facing each other and reaching a hand around, between your partner’s cheeks and using a (middle?) finger to” hook” onto the area just below the cleft of the tush cheeks, above the anus. Works on both men and women (bonus!).

P-Spot – The Posterior Fornix, a.k.a Posterior Fornix Erogenous Zone, is a spot complimentary with the A-Spot, near the cervix on the posterior wall, most usually stimulated directly with fingers or penis/toy while in rear entry position.

*** NOTE:  It has become increasingly popular amongst men to use the phrase “P-Spot” to refer to the Perineum or even the Prostate (which is located in the anus of the man).  We’ll let them call their boy bits what they want.  But on the female, the P-Spot is inside the vagina, posterior, at the top.

U-Spot – the highly sensitive erectile tissue just above the urethra, between the clit and the urethra, and even surrounding the urethral opening. Can be stroked or tapped to increase arousal (with the female’s permission).

And before you men start fretting over all these “spots” you never had to worry about before feminism, just remember the average vagina is only 3 to 4 inches long … so you can probably find them all with a little effort.





  1. Trish, I was aware of all but the K Spot. Thank you for sharing this with us. I can assert that such knowledge is very powerful and very appreciated by the receiver/beneficiary. It has changed my love life drastically to be the man who knows how to more fully satisfy my lovers (I am polyamorous).

  2. Hey, Steven! Thanks for leaving a comment. 🙂 There are many more spots and zones to discover!! Check back when this page is updated. Right now, I’m focused on my Tantra orgasm training program in which I cover Tantrik principles with anatomy of the body.

    Take care!

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