This is part of our continuing series on¬†Top Body ‚ÄúSpots‚ÄĚ¬†that any self-respecting, shall we say, ‚Äúanatomy enthusiast‚ÄĚ should be familiar with. Even if this is old news to you, it‚Äôs always a good idea to brush up:
a.k.a.¬†perineum & the perineal sponge
Not to be confused with the P-Spot in men, this area in women includes the perineum (the short bridge of tissue between the vaginal opening and the anus)¬†and the tissue beneath the perineum, which is a tightly packed tangle of blood vessels alternately known as the perineal sponge, perineal body, or PS-spot. Like other erectile tissue, this mass fills with blood upon arousal and can be sensitive to massage and pressure via the perineum, the lower back wall of the vagina (opposite the G-spot), or the anus.