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Cul-de-sac
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"Cul-de-sac": Increase Her Orgasm
what is cul-de sac?
Cul-De-Sac ? If you think this is the French expression for dead end, you are absolutely right. What you might not know is that if you penetrate the cul-de-sac properly during intercourse, your partner will ride an infinite highway of pleasure.

What is cul-de-sac ? It's the end of the vagina, beyond the cervix. For those who don't know what a cervix is, it's the opening to the uterus. For those who don't know what a uterus is, please take a biology course. Some women enjoy the sensation of their partner thrusting on their cervix; the orgasm it produces is similar to the cul-de-sac's .

how to stimulate it
How do you stimulate the cul-de-sac ? When a woman is aroused, her uterus lifts up and exposes this area. When you penetrate and contact this area during intercourse, it produces very intense orgasms.

Don't approach your partners' cul-de-sac as though it is a biology project. Simply experiment, ask her if she feels a special sensation when being touched in that spot. If she loves you, she'll say yes even if she feels nothing, but trust me, once you hit the cul-de-sac , she'll scream and leave teeth marks all over your body.

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Cul-de-sac: In anatomy, a blind pouch or cavity that is closed at one end. The term cul-de-sac is used specifically to refer to the rectouterine pouch (thepouch of Douglas), an extension of the peritoneal cavity between the rectum and back wall of the uterus.

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The recto-uterine pouch (or rectouterine excavation, rectovaginal, Ehrhardt-Cole Recess, cul-de-sac, cavum Douglasi or Pouch of Douglas) is the extension of the peritoneal cavity between the rectum and the posterior wall of the uterus in the female human body.

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The New G-Spot! The Cul-de-Sac
Sat, April 22, 2006 - 2:35 PM

I have found this spot on myself (with some help from friends) and I think it is even more important that the g-spot. In fact, I think any woman can learn to cum from fucking with this spot. It takes some work to activate this spot but once you have done that you will be rewarded with many intense orgasms.

You cannot reach this spot by yourself, you will need a toy or your partner’s fingers or penis. Someone else’s fingers are the best in the beginning because they will know exactly where they are and they can search for sensitive spots near the cervix. After your spot is awakened then you can easily use a toy or penis for many wonderful almost instant orgasms.

A lover helped activate this spot on me. He fucked me very slowly and spent time first at the opening of the vagina, going slowly in and out, and then at the g-spot, going slowly in and out and then he would go in for the kill by shoving in deep and he would hit my cul-de-sac and I would cum very strongly. I have never been fucked so slowly before or since and I loved it. He really knew what he was doing even if he did not know what that are was called.

The following is some information that I found when I did a google search to learn about this spot. It has a name, the cul-de-sac. Barbara Keesling has written about it, I have ordered some of her books from Amazon to learn even more about this spot.

Ann

Keesling says she's found a new trigger site she calls the cul-de-sac deep within the vagina. Located near the cervix, it only becomes accessible to his penis when you become extremely aroused and the muscles around the uterus lift up. To find yours, next time you're making love in the missionary position, lift your legs up in the air and back toward your body. Then suck in your stomach. This combination of moves should allow his penis access. "When my boyfriend and I first tried sex with my knees pulled back toward my ears, I felt his penis hit a very sensitive place inside of me I had never felt before," recalls Sue, a 29-year-old clothing-store manager from Duluth, Minn. "Then I had a tremendous rush of pleasure that radiated through my whole body."

For men the increase in blood flow leads to a prominent result: an erection. In women arousal is almost invisible. In fact, many women aren't even aware when they are aroused. One reason is because there are so many things going on in the female body during this phase that it's hard to recognize any one distinct change. But certainly, there's something going on.

The process starts when the erectile tissue within the clitoris fills with blood and the clitoris becomes hard. Both the inner and outer vaginal lips swell, and the inner lips may turn dark wine red or bright red. The vagina also gets wet--the result of a fluid that comes from the vaginal walls. The muscles that support the uterus may start to clench, causing the uterus to lift up off the vagina, and the far end of the vagina--the cul-de-sac--to be revealed.

Unfortunately, the front wall of the vagina isn't the only neglected pleasure zone in our clitoris-centric climate. The cervix, that bulging plug about the size of a quarter forming the entrance to the uterus, is highly sensitive in some women. You might also be highly sensitive in the area of the cul-de-sac--the very far end of the vaginal canal that surrounds the cervix--which may be closed off, depending on your state of arousal or position.

As you get closer to orgasm, the areola, or dark skin surrounding your nipples, become prominently swollen, which may create the visual illusion that your nipples are no longer erect. In women who have never breastfed a child, breast size might increase by 20 to 25 percent. Breathing becomes shallow and rapid.

When you finally hit orgasm, all kinds of things are going on in your body: The muscles around your uterus and cervix spasm so that your abdomen sucks in. Your blood pressure, breathing and heart rate reach a peak. You may feel a tingling sensation in some parts of your body, and a feeling of warmth moves from your genitals up to your face, chest and neck.

Q: While browsing at the bookstore, I came across a book which proclaimed that the cul-de-sac is the "ultimate pleasure spot." First, what is the cul-de-sac? Second, is it really the ultimate pleasure spot?

A: The cul-de-sac (also known as the recto uterine pouch or the pouch of Douglas) is a space above the vaginal apex, above the posterior uterus, and in front of the rectum (see diagram).cul-de-sac

In reality, there is no direct way to stimulate the cul-de-sac during sexual activity. It can be indirectly stimulated by stimulation of the cervix or posterior fornix. The cervix projects down into the vagina near its apex, leaving a circular recess around it called the vaginal fornix.

So why did that author say that the cul-de-sac is the ultimate pleasure spot? Probably because cul-de-sac is a sexier and more euphonious term than posterior fornix. Aside from that minor point, is that area some sort of magical hot button? Yes and no. I hate to equivocate, but there's no simple answer. Here are the facts:

• Some women do obtain extra pleasure from cervical stimulation during coitus. If the penis thrusts deep enough to contact the area around the posterior fornix and cul-de-sac, it will inevitably contact the cervix, too. Since these structures are in a small area and they're attached to each other, stimulating one will stimulate the others. Hence, it's a moot point whether one area is the "pleasure spot."

• Calling it the ultimate pleasure spot is a bit of an overstatement. Most women think that the ultimate pleasure spot is the clitoris, especially when the clitoris is stimulated along with the outer vagina and G-spot. Think of that as the South Pole of Pleasure, and the cervix, posterior fornix, and cul-de-sac as the North Pole of Pleasure. Which is the ultimate pleasure spot? 99% of women would choose the South Pole any day — or night.

• For some women, the North Pole isn't the ultimate pleasure spot, it is the ultimate pain spot. If a woman has endometriosis* or an infection of her cervix or tubes, deep thrusting can be uncomfortable or even exquisitely painful.

A condition in which functional endometrial tissue is present outside the uterus (the endometrium is the lining of the uterus).

Unleash Your Uterine Muscles
The uterus is a hollow pear-shaped muscular organ, and uterine contractions can enhance your climax, says sex therapist Barbara Keesling, Ph.D., author of Discover Your Sensual Potential. If you can control your uterine muscles, you may be able to pull the uterus up during sex, thus exposing the cul de sac, the very end of the vagina, to penile thrusting. "The cul de sac is a very sexually sensitive area for women, many of whom report almost instant orgasm when this area is stimulated during intercourse," says Keesling.

Toning tips: To locate and identify your uterine muscles, get into the classic bicycling-with-your-legs-in-the-air position. This bottoms-up pose causes your uterus to settle on top of the vagina. When you return to a lying-down position, you may feel air moving out of your vagina. That is the sensation you want to re-create by tightening your lower abdominal muscles, which are right above the uterus. As you tighten these muscles, imagine that you are inhaling and exhaling through the vagina. This flexing and relaxing allows you to open up your cul de sac during intercourse. Contract and relax the muscle 10 times, once a day. (Any position will do, but lying down is probably the easiest.)

Use your uterine muscle. Believe it or not, uterine contractions can contribute to orgasmic sensation, so building the strength of the uterine muscle can help intensify pleasure. The trouble is that the uterine muscle is tough to target. So try this, suggests Dr. Keesling: Lie on your back and raise your knees, then tighten the various muscles in your lower abdomen. If you feel air entering or exiting your vagina as you contract, you have found the uterine muscle.

Action to Satisfaction
Every couple is different in terms of physiology and inclination. Even minor changes in position such as bending your knees, tilting your pelvis or raising your legs can result in huge pleasure payoffs--simply by altering the angles your body creates so that your lover's penis rubs against your newly identified pleasure spots. But general guidelines for targeting your most sensitive spots do apply. Here are a few.

Find the front wall. Any movement that brings the front wall of the vagina down to meet the penis can heighten pleasure for some women. The best way to stimulate that area depends on the length of your partner''''s penis, your position during sex and the location of your sensitive area, says Dr. Ladas.

For some women the sensitive area is on the front wall toward the opening of the vagina. Others find that it is deep inside the vagina, toward the back.

If your partner's penis points straight out or downward when it's erect, rear entry is often ideal for front-wall stimulation. This won't work, however, if your partner's penis is short and your area of sensitivity is deep inside your vagina.

If your partner's penis is long and your sensitive area is toward the front of your vagina, then you may not want him to push deep inside you at first, says Dr. Ladas. With less penetration his penis will come in contact with that sensitive front area during arousal.

If your partner's penis points up toward his stomach when it's erect, a modified missionary position may be ideal for you. Try lying on your back with your lower back pushed down, your pelvis tilted up and your knees bent up toward your chest, so your legs can rock in sync with your pelvic movements.

"This position tends to give the woman the most stimulation in the pubococcygeal muscle area (the area around the vaginal opening), the clitoral area and the front wall, and it provides the best chance of opening up the cul-de-sac," says Barbara Keesling, Ph.D., sex therapist in Orange, California, and author of Sexual Pleasure. "So it's a great position all around."

Other adjustments may do the trick, too--no matter what the angle or size of your partner's penis. Try supporting the small of your back with your hands or a pillow while you have sex, says Dr. Keesling. Or ask your partner to lift you slightly as he thrusts. Also, try bringing one leg forward--almost as though you're doing a split. "This can change the shape of the vagina and create a new sensation," she says.

Survey the cervix. If the cervix is one of your hot spots, consider trying a position that allows your partner's penis to penetrate deeply. Rear entry is one way. Or, try a modified missionary position, raising your legs up over your partner's shoulders as he enters. Or, if your partner has a very short penis, you can use a penile extender, says Dr. Ladas. This little cap fits over the head of the penis to lengthen its reach. Penile extensions are available in sex shops or by mail order.

Reach the cul-de-sac. The key to stimulating this area is also depth of penetration. A rear-entry position in which the woman leans her head and breasts on the bed and loops her legs around her partner's allows especially good access to the cul-de-sac, says Dr. Keesling.

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