The Ultimate U-Spot Guide

Most people have heard of the G-spot, but have you heard of the U-spot? Or better yet, explored the swoony, possibly orgasmic,  sensations it may offer you?

Possibly not, as the U-Spot is still a relatively undiscovered female pleasure zone. It certainly doesn’t get top billing, like Clitoris and her co-star G-Spot, and yet the U-Spot could hold the key to you experiencing female ejaculation – the climatic release of liquid that can accompany and often signify a G-spot orgasm.


The U-spot is a small area of sensitive erectile tissue, rich in nerve-endings, that surrounds the urethra.

It’s presumably called U-Spot for ‘Urethra’ because looking straight on, it’s actually ‘n’-shaped extending from one side of the urethral opening ( the tiny hole you pee from) around the top (toward the clitoris) and over to the other side.

This tissue fills with blood when you become aroused, making the area even more sensitive and receptive to stimulation.

Extending from the front vaginal wall, around the urethra, all the way to the pubic bone, this spongy tissue contain a group of glands; Skene’s Glands – so named after the two glands identified by Scottish Gynaecologist, Alexander Skene in 1880,  but more  glands around the Urethra ( ‘paraurethral’) have been discovered since and there is still a LOT more of research to be done!

What is coming to light is these area/ group of glands appears to be very similar to the male prostate and this confirms what Dutch anatomist Regnier de Graaf  first described way back in 1672!

It’s believed it’s the Skene’s Glands that produce the liquid, chemically similar to semen, that we all know as female ejaculate ( even if some researchers believe is a myth and simply just pee!)


How to stimulate the U-Spot

Lightly stimulating the area between the urethra and vaginal opening with a lubed-up finger or a warm, wet tongue can have explosive results…

Slow licks up and down, or round and round, makes for a nice warm up. Licking and teasing the area from the vaginal opening and up to the urethra, as well as grazing the clitoris “accidentally” every so often, feels great. If you want to try this, you should go slow and pay close attention to responses – avoid sensations becoming overwhelming with too much pressure or fast licking.

When she’s ready, slowly and lightly (it’s not a door bell so no firm pushing required) stroke, circle and pat the area with fingers covered in lube (dry fingers can feel rough).

Patting around and just under the urethra tends to work exceptionally well – she’ll feel the patting through to her G-spot. Magic!

Stimulation of the U-spot can potentially result in female ejaculation.

Despite (poorly researched) information from scientists declaring female ejaculation  a myth, this gush of fluid is very real and can absolutely happen. Just place a towel on the bed, and carry on exploring…

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