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THE U-SPOT: A SECRET ORGASM SPOT THAT WILL MAKE YOU CRY WITH PLEASURE

THE U-SPOT: A SECRET ORGASM SPOT THAT WILL MAKE YOU CRY WITH PLEASURE

What is a U-spot? How does a U-spot bring pleasure and orgasm to an individual? How can one activate the U-spot to bring about pleasure and orgasm? This article talks about the U-spot and how this secret orgasm spot can make an individual cry with pleasure.

The U-spot plays an important role in your sex life. You can try stimulating it and get some pleasure. The U-spot is a very sensitive area for women. It is found around the urethra and the hole they use to urinate. This part is the one that is sensitive enough and can easily be stimulated. It does not require intense stimulation like the G-spot. Some ways of stimulating it can be uncomfortable, especially if it is direct stimulation. You can start by either inserting or putting your finger or sex toy down there and get to stimulate it. You can also use your partner's part of the body through the U-spot. Some of the ways you can stimulate the u-spot include;

Masturbation

Cervilla et al. (2021) stated that individuals could try masturbating by circling as it involves going round in circles as one tries to stimulate the U-spot sexually. Your only focus is the u-spot and the area surrounding it. If you want things to go smoothly for you, you should use a lot of lube around the circling area. It will help to reduce friction and make the whole process smooth and not rough. You should also avoid poking the area.

Oral Sex 

Individuals can try and use their partner to stimulate the U-spot. Your partner can go down on you and give you head. They can use the tongue and help you to stimulate the U-spot. Beman  & Freise (2021) explained that individuals must communicate with their partners and tell them what they like and feel when they do something to them. Tell them how you are feeling as they are using their tongue. If they are doing it the right way, you can tell them to continue and not stop. Using the tongue will not poke you at all. Instead, you will likely feel a pleasant sensation, especially when done correctly.

Use Your Partner’s Penis or Sex Toy

Your partner can insert the head of the penis slightly and make you feel the sensations. They can do this while rubbing the penis left to right along the U-spot, but you are unlikely to be uncomfortable. You can also ask your partner to use a sex toy on you and move it how they are doing with their penis. You can even use the one with vibrations. Setiawan (2018) stated that if you feel like it is too intense, you should talk to your partner and tell them to be gentle with you. It would help if you did not tolerate any pain as it should not be painful. Do not try and bear anything that does not feel right to you. However, if you want more pressure to be applied, you can tell your partner to adjust themselves or the toy and at what position you feel it will work for you.

Individuals should know that the G-spot and the U-spot differ as they are not all the same and do not get the same stimulation. You can try and have G-spot stimulation through thrusting or penetrative sex. But, the U-spot cannot be stimulated through thrusting. And if it does, it will not be the same as the feelings you get when the G-spot is stimulated.

Caution    

Sayin (2017) stated that individuals should try not to use dirty hands-on themselves when trying to stimulate their U-spot. Wash your hands when you are planning to explore the U-spot. When your hands are dirty, you are likely to bring bacteria into the urethra. It might lead to you getting a urinary tract infection that an individual would have prevented if you had decided to be clean. The UTI can lead to you getting and experiencing some pain when urinating or even causing it some inflammation. One thing that you should do is always to wear a glove when either you or your partner are trying to insert their fingers down there. You should also try and put condoms on the sex toy, or your partner can wear one when they are putting the tip of their penis inside you. Put a lot of care to yourself. There is no need for you to avoid all this and end up in the hospital treating something embarrassing as a UTI when you had the chance to avoid all these and practice safe personal hygiene.  

What Happens When You Don’t Find The U-Spot?

Some women may like being pleasured by stimulating the U-spot. However, some find it hard to get their U-spot stimulation or feel something when someone tries to stimulate them. Others may get stimulated but will not like the sensation they get since not everyone is the same as different individuals have different feelings. Individuals in such a group should not feel bad as they can still get stimulated through different organs they like. But if you try it the first time and you get to love the experience, then you are good to go.

Conclusion

The U-spot plays an important part in your sexual life. It might not be a spot that everyone is familiar with. As long as you know that an individual can stimulate it, you will have some pleasures that you never thought you would have or get. It is a very sensitive spot that an individual cannot easily locate but, when found, can give different sensational feelings when stimulated. It lies underneath the clitoris, so it is believed that it is difficult to find it. The good thing about the U-spot is that it does not require very intense stimulation like the G-spot to give out different sensational feelings. If you have never tried to stimulate the U-spot, try and give it a try. You may be afraid or think that maybe it does not differ from the G-spot. You may get shocked that you will get a different feeling from the one you are used to. 

References 

Beman, J., & Freise, A. (2021). The Graphic Sex Project: A Creative Tool for Self-Reflection, Communication, and Research. Journal of Positive Sexuality7(2). 

Cervilla, O., Vallejo-Medina, P., Gómez-Berrocal, C., & Sierra, J. C. (2021). Development of the short Spanish version of Negative Attitudes Toward Masturbation Inventory. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology21(2), 100222.

Sayin, H. Ü. (2017). Tantra, ESR and the limits of female potentials. SexuS Journal2(3), 55-74.Setiawan, H. (2018). Euphemisms in Cosmopolitan magazine of United Kingdom (Doctoral dissertation, UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya).

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