Unless you've been living in a cave, you know exactly what the G-spot is, and you probably know where it is, too -- an area on the front wall of the vagina a few inches in that, when stimulated, can result in extreme pleasure, explosive orgasms, and even female ejaculation…well, at least for some women. Thanks to a number of studies on the anatomy and sexual response of this area over the past few decades, the G-spot has become the It Girl of female sexuality.
But what about the PS-spot? The PS-who?
That's exactly the reaction we got when we asked a group of sexually sophisticated women and their partners about this area opposite the G-spot: "Never heard of it", and "The G-spot is hard enough to find, let alone something with 2 letters", and "Is that similar to treacle sponge?" If the G-spot is the It Girl, the PS-spot is its red-headed step-sister. So here's some info to help you get to know her better, because she can really be quite nice:
- What the PS-spot is