This is part of our continuing series on Top Body “Spots” that any self-respecting, shall we say, “anatomy enthusiast” should be familiar with. Even if this is old news to you, it’s always a good idea to brush up:
a.k.a. urethral spot
This is the external area surrounding the urethral opening on a woman. Like the area right around the penis’s urethral opening, this nerve-rich spot is sensitive to touch and may be an undiscovered erogenous zone for her, because you are indirectly stimulating one end of the urethral sponge (similarly, with G-spot probing, you are stimulating one side of the urethral sponge). Stimulation of the U-spot is often a happy accident of nearby clitoral head and vaginal orifice stimulation. Upon arousal, it may protrude a bit and take on the appearance of an acorn top (like the external tip of a penis).
Further Reading on body spots from EMandLO.com:
- Everything You Didn’t Know You Wanted to Know About the PS-Spot
- What’s Up with Male G-Spot?
- Dear Dr. Kate, My G-Spot Gives Me Cramps, Nausea and Pain!
- Em & Lo’s Body Spot Tutorials