Forget the ‘G Spot’ - There’s A New ‘PS Spot’ That’s Guaranteed To Help You Orgasm
We all know that for the healthiest, most enjoyable sex life, it’s always good to experiment.
When moves and foreplay get tired and done, surprising your body (and its reactions) could be just the way to tickle your fancy.
While we’ve spent years hearing about the ‘G’ spot, there’s one more magic touch that’s guaranteed to leave a smile on your face.
Introducing the PS-spot – directly opposite the G-spot inside the vaginal canal.
PS actually stands for 'perineal sponge', a nerve rich tissue that swells during arousal, located between the vagina and rectum.
While the spot can be stimulated during regular sex, sexpert JoEllen Notte adds it can lead to intense foreplay and even orgasms from touch alone.
Want to incorporate it into your bedroom throwdown?
Causey suggests trying woman on top and leaning your torso forward to stimulate the area.
“A woman-on-top position with torsos together is good for this, as is seated and facing each other or even missionary. Basically, you're looking at positions that aim the opposite way as you'd want to go for your G-spot, because the PS-spot is on the other side.”
Definitely one way to keep up the heat with the onset of winter.
PS: If the online research is anything to go by, it's awesome.