If you think the G-Spot is hard to find, the A-Spot is even tougher. Learn how to find the A-Spot, her ticket to longer-lasting Os.

How to Find the A-Spot

You’ve probably heard of the G-Spot, but what about the A-Spot?


The A-Spot, also known as the anterior fornix, is the G-Spot’s little known cousin. According to Yvonne K. Fulbright, Ph.D. and author of The Better Sex Guide to Extraordinary Lovemaking, the A-Spot is key for long-lasting Os – about 20 seconds longer than average. Other medical experts, however, aren’t even sure that the A-Spot really exists. But then doctors said the same thing about the G-Spot for decades. Even if the A-Spot does turn out to be a myth, at least you and your partner will have a fun time trying to find it!


Finding the A-Spot

The A-Spot is buried deep inside the vagina between her cervix and bladder, making it much harder to find than the G-Spot. Make sure she’s fully aroused, and then curl your finger slightly in a “come here” gesture with the tip pointing up. Insert the finger about 4-5 inches deep and start slowly rubbing it in an expanding circle. You’re looking for a slight bump that feels slightly rough. Given the depth of the spot, it might be easier to use a G-Spot vibrator – especially one with an extra long shaft. After you’ve found the A-Spot, slowly stroke your finger up and down. The stimulation should leave her wet and ready to go. While it’s possible to reach the A-Spot during sex, it can be tricky. The best position is missionary with something underneath her butt to help lift her hips up.