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Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone (A-Spot)

Updated: AUGUST 10, 2020

The Anterior Fornix Erogenous (AFE) zone is an area of the female anatomy that, when stimulated, can result in rapid vaginal lubrication and contractions resulting in powerful orgasms. This area is also referred to as the A-spot.

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More About Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone (A-Spot)

This area is located beyond the G-spot near the cervix. It can be found on the anterior wall of the vagina at the deepest point, and should feel circular and spongey. Although the area is located at the deepest point in the vagina, a long penis is not needed to stimulate it. The vagina is, on average 3 inches long, so it can easily be stimulated.

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