Tantra Newsletter: A Woman’s 19 Primary Erogenous Zones – Part 1 – Continued

A Complete Tour of All the Orgasmic Triggers In and Around a Woman’s Jewels – Continued

This is the second half of our article published December 1, 2016 in our Sacred Sexual Secrets newsletter. The first half of this article appeared here. Both are excerpted from our new ebook Long Hot Tantric Love Making.

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The first part is clio’s Shaft that extends up from clio’s pearl a half to one inch towards a woman’s belly. The shaft, also known as the Body or Corpus of the clitoris, is a cylinder about the width of a pencil that’s completely covered by the hood. The picture below shows three rather pronounced versions of clio’s shaft. You’ll notice that the pearl is not very visible, especially in the rightmost image.

Clio’s shaft is composed of a loose cylinder of fibrous tissue that allows some back-and-forth movement. Though it’s still sensitive, the shaft is less so than the exposed pearl due to the surrounding fibers. The upper portion of clio’s shaft and its bend rests on top of a part of the pelvis commonly referred to as the Pubic Bone. Fortunately, there’s a cushion between the shaft and bone composed of a layer of fat and muscle. When erect, the shaft can feel like a thick, taut cable. Next time your sweetie is super turned on down there, try rubbing across it and see if she likes it.

Though you can feel the shaft by rolling a finger across it, the inward turn that it makes down towards inner yoni is less obvious. It actually forks into two legs, or Crura, that run along the inner edge of the pubic bone around each side of inner yoni. The legs of this plump wishbone continue down deeper for three to four inches around either side of yoni’s inner canal.

Clio’s V-Bulbs or Vestibular Bulbs are teardrop-shaped erectile structures that lie on either side of yoni’s mouth. They are underneath the inner lips and extend up along the sides beneath the vestibule. At the top they are attached to clio’s shaft. As a result, when a woman’s clio is stimulated, so are the V-bulbs. And vice versa.

The vestibular bulbs are made of the same kind of spongy tissue that fills with blood and make a vajra hard when aroused. When they get engorged and puffed up, the bulbs form a major part of the snug Cuff that encircles a penetrating finger, toy, or vajra. Jewel union is much more pleasurable with a yoni plumped up by erect V-bulbs.

To locate them, place your fingers on either side of yoni’s mouth and press down firmly. If you rub and squeeze, you’ll begin to feel these inflatable organs swell under your fingers. Even better, put a finger just inside your yoni and your thumb outside an outer lip. If you squeeze, you’ll feel the rounded structure of the lower half of the bulb. When they get real puffy, you’ll be able to feel them fatter at the bottom and thinner up near clio’s shaft.

Have you ever noticed the pleasurable sensation from two fingers pressing into the soft tissue on either side of yoni’s mouth? You have clio’s crura and V-bulbs to thank for that. This is one of Jeffre’s favorite warm-ups.

In summary, there are five parts of clio that you need to appreciate: hood, pearl, shaft, V-bulb, and legs.

Inner Yoni

Inner yoni is from two and a half to four inches in length extending from yoni’s mouth further into the body. Its inner hills and valleys are a deeply-folded, ridged, expandable canal with a rich supply of nerves and blood vessels. This pliable tube is a highly flexible sheath surrounded by layers of muscle and lined with mucous membranes that produce slippery lubrication. Yoni’s mouth and the outer third of inner yoni are surrounded by erectile tissue which make them sensitive to touch. That means the surrounding walls fill with blood and get engorged just like a vajra.

From its outside opening, yoni’s canal curves up towards the belly and uterus. The Uterus, or womb, is where babies are conceived and grow. It’s a strong hollow organ composed of multiple muscle layers that’s shaped like an upside-down pear. The uterus lies just above a woman’s pubic bone between her bladder and rectum. It doesn’t maintain a fixed position but moves in response to a woman’s fertility cycle and sexual arousal.

At the base of the uterus lies the Cervix, the cone-shaped entryway to the womb. Inside this donut is a muscular passageway about one inch long that protrudes out into the top of yoni’s canal. It’s typically round and contains hundreds of mucous glands. The cervix is very narrow, maybe the size of the tip of a ballpoint pen. After childbirth its shape changes to more of a slit.

If you had an X-ray view, you would see that entire structure of the clio has a V-shape. That’s because clio’s shaft rising up towards her pubic bone before it turns towards inner yoni’s canal and splits into its legs, the crura. Only the pearl at the outside tip presses through the skin at the top of the inner lips between those outer lips.

One to two inches inside yoni on the upper front wall is what some call a secret orgasmic trigger. We’re talking about a woman’s G-Spot, the rough sensitive area that was named after Dr. Ernst Gräfenberg, a German gynecologist. In spite of all the confusion surrounding this pleasure target, LovePlay here can elicit powerful multiple orgasms and trigger female ejaculation.

Actually, the G-Spot is not strictly one spot since the erogenous zone moves. It blossoms in an area of especially sensitive spongy erectile tissue that surrounds the urethra. The female version of this urethral sponge runs along the top or front side of the inner yoni and much of its length protrudes downward into the canal. When aroused this creates a highly-sensitive ridge extending down into inner yoni. As a result, we prefer to use Dr. Gary Schubach’s term, G-Crest, instead of G-spot. We believe that clio’s legs connect to the G-crest as well as another similar erogenous zone at the bottom of yoni’s mouth.

This is the Lower Sponge. Its medical names are perineal body, posterior sponge, or perineal sponge. This area of squishy erectile tissue lies between yoni’s canal and the rectum. The lower sponge is usually one-half to one-and-a-half inches inside the body and about one-half inch deep. You can find it by inserting a thumb inside the yoni and a finger in the rosetta. If you squeeze them together, you’ll find an area that feels fat and spongy. Since the wall between the two canals is so thin, if you go deeper than the lower sponge your digits will nearly touch. But it may not feel very full or sensitive until you’re really turned-on.

A little appreciated fact of the yoni’s geography is the open triangle at the top. There’s a little crevice on either side of the cervix each of which is called a Fornix. There’s an anterior one, meaning towards the belly, which is very close to a woman’s bladder. Being anterior, it’s often called the A-Spot. There’s also a posterior one (towards the back) which has the cute name Cul-De-Sac. Skilled lovers have discovered the unusual pleasure that results from a vajra head or dildo pumping into these tighter spots.

Here’s a summary of the 19 primary female erogenous zones…

Outer Yoni (Vulva) Erogenous Zones

  • Mound of Venus
  • Clio’s Pearl
  • Clio’s Shaft
  • Outer Lips
  • Inner Lips
  • Vestibule
  • Outlet
  • Yoni’s Mouth
  • Perineum

Inner Yoni (Vagina) Erogenous Zones

  • G-Crest
  • Cervix
  • A-Spot
  • Cul-De-Sac
  • Uterus
  • Lower Sponge
  • Clio’s Legs
  • V-Bulbs
  • Rosetta.

This article was excerpted from the introduction to Chapter 7 of our new ebook Long Hot Tantric Love Making. With color pictures the remainder of this chapter shows in detail how to pleasure all 19 primary female erogenous zones with hands and mouths.

Look forward to the second article in this series about the 33 secondary erogenous zones spread all around both women’s and men’s bodies which you can read here.

Love, Somraj & Jeffre



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