Well, the five pleasure zones aren't new, but the nomenclature and mapping are. If you want to understand them, you must be able to break them down. According to Dr. Oneal, the DSU for short is a favorite for its anecdotal powers in the realm of female ejaculation.
Your Vagina Has 5 Pleasure Zones, and the G-Spot Is Just 1 of Them
Pleasure zones in the vagina include the G-spot, plus 4 more | Well+Good
Since that time, the G-spot has remained the subject of scientific and sexual controversy. Some females report experiencing immense pleasure from the stimulation of this spot. However, others have reported frustration from their inability to find it, or from the belief that they do not have a G-spot. However, it is important to note that people who cannot find the G-spot or who do not want to try to find it can still enjoy gratifying and pleasurable sex. Some people report that the stimulation of this area causes them either to ejaculate or to produce much more lubrication than usual.
Skip navigation! Story from Wellness. The A-spot is a part of female pleasure that we barely ever discuss, but it deserves its day in the sun. That said, before we talk about the A-spot, we need to have a quick chat about the clitoris. Contrary to popular belief, the clitoris goes far beyond the small nubbin you see at the tippy top of the vulva.
Canadian scientists tested the sensitivities of several sexual areas on the female body, including the parts in the perineum area—the area between the anus and vulva—as well as the side boob and nipple. They compared these to neutral areas on the body, like the neck, forearm, abdomen. Exactly how did they go about this? The researchers used light touch, pressure, and yes, vibration to assess how sensitive these body parts were. They had 3o healthy women between the ages of 18 and 35 get undressed and lie on a table covered in a bed sheet.