#Pleasure Vs. #Pain – Where Are The Body’s Biggest Pleasure Receptors?


My latest research has been regarding the body’s pain receptors. Where is the body most receptive to pain and where least? The results were somewhat interesting.

Well, as I’m sure most of you know, pain is actually felt in the brain – the ‘somatosensory cortex’ of the brain to be exact. When tiny pain receptors in our body pick up the message that something is not quite right, they shoot neurons up to the brain saying something along the lines of ‘WARNING, WARNING – this hurts!’ This early warning system allows us to take stock of what we’re doing and slow down or remove the threat to our bodies, if that is an option available to us.

But where you do you feel pain most?

The fingertips, believe it or not, have the highest density of sensory nerve endings (which is why our sense of touch is so celebrated) and if you cut yourself on your finger, chances are you’ll know all about it. Other areas of the body with a similar density of nerve endings would be the face, lips, feet, toes, hands and tongue.

So, where is the least sensitive place for pain on the human body?

It’s the back. No matter that it houses your spinal cord, a very important and integral part of the human body, you won’t feel pain as much if it appears on your back than anywhere else on your body. (Those with back pain will disagree with me here, but there is science behind this theory!).

Testing the theory

Without looking, have a friend place 1 – 3 fingers on the palm of your hand. Your job is to guess how many fingers are in your palm correctly. Pretty easy, right? Repeat the experiment on the middle of your back? Not so easy, huh? Your back has only a tiny proportion of sensory nerve endings compared to those of your palms and fingertips.

So, where are the body’s biggest pleasure receptors (female body)? Article below courtesty of: Domina D.- a freelance writer, sexuality expert, a sex toy pleasure coach, and your guide to the G spot & female pleasure



The first and most obvious is the C-Spot. That’s the clitoris for all those pondering the possible connotations of the letter ‘C.’


The clitoris is the number one hot spot on the female pleasure zone and 70% of women get off from clitoral stimulation. The only organ designed solely for pleasure, this small sensitive glans is located just under where the top of the inner vaginal lips meet.

The clitoris has over 8000 sensitive nerve endings, which is more than any other part of the human body, including the male penis. For this reason, it can be extremely sensitive until a woman is completely aroused, so start with foreplay first on other areas of the body–the lips, the breasts, the vulva–before attacking the clitoris.

While some women want and need direct stimulation of the clitoris, for other women this can be uncomfortable and even painful. So again, start slow, use lots of lube, and circle your way around the clitoris before touching the sensitive glans directly.

Many women find the top right hand side of the clitoris is very sensitive so try this spot using a lubricated finger, tongue or vibrator to stimulate her. If her clitoris was a clock, the hot spot would be at 10:30pm. Try focusing on different time zones around her little clock and watch her body language as she responds. Or ask her to tell you which area feels best to her.

Nerves from the clitoris travel through the vagina, the bladder and urethra, passing along any sensations produced in that area. This means that clitoral orgasms are closely related to G spot orgasms, even though they feel much different.

The G Spot (or Infamous G Spot)

The infamous G-spot, or Grafenberg Spot, (also known as the Female Prostate) is talked about a lot, but for most women it remains elusive. It is an extremely sensitive area on the front wall inside the vaginal canal approximately one to two inches up, near the bladder. It was first described it as “an erotic zone located on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra that would swell during sexual stimulation.”

That seems easy enough, so why it is so hard to find? The G spot is often elusive because in its sexually “un-stimulated” state it doesn’t feel pleasure and it very small. But once aroused, the G spot will begin to swell with fluid, and a wrinkly, prune-like tissue (the urethral sponge) will make itself noticeable to touch. It will also start to feel pleasurable to be touched.

Like most forms of sexual arousal, it is better to warm her up first with foreplay, then trying to search for the G spot right away. Once your lover is aroused, you can then insert two fingers, or a G spot dildo in her vagina to stimulate the G spot. And, clitoral stimulation before and during G spot arousal works to get the G spot excited as well.

To stimulate the G spot with your fingers make sure they are well lubricated and your nails are trimmed short (or use a glove and lots of lube). Insert your fingers 1″-2″ inside the vagina and feel for the puffy, wrinkly sponge-like spot just blow her pelvis. The G spot will feel somewhat like the roof of your mouth when feeling it with your tongue, whereas the surrounding tissue will feel like the insides of your cheeks, very smooth. There you’ve found it.

Start by using a “come hither” motion with your fingers to gently massage the G spot, and add firm pressure when she begins thrusting her hips towards you. The G spot craves firm pressure and thrusting when it is very aroused. A firm, curved dildo or vibrator made for G spot pleasure will also work well for this technique.

When a woman is ready to orgasm via G spot stimulation she may ejaculate so be prepared. Absorbent towels are good to have handy. The force of the orgasm may also push your fingers or any toy out of the vagina as well.

The U-Spot. What is it?

The U-Spot is a very small ridge of sensitive tissue that is found on either side of the urethral opening and above it. This area is highly erotic for some women when caressed lightly with a finger, tongue or soft vibrator. The U-spot is highly sensitive, so be very careful when stimulating it and use plenty of lube. And, like any form of sexual stimulation, ask your partner what feels good and try varying speed, pressure and type of stimulation.

Also note, because this area is connected to the urethral (and the female prostate gland), stimulating it may make the woman feel like she needs to urinate. If that is not a sensation she wants to feel, you may want to avoid this area. However, together with G spot stimulation, pleasuring the U-spot can be very erotic and help coax the ejaculate out when she is about to orgasm.

Bonus Hot Spot- The A-Spot

The A-spot is a sensitive patch of tissue at the very end of the vaginal tube above the cervix and below the bladder. Also known as the ‘female degenerated prostate’, direct stimulation of this area can produce “violent orgasmic contractions”. Believe me, you will know when you hit it.

Pressure on this area produces rapid lubrication of the vagina, even in women who are not normally sexually responsive. This spot can only be hit during vagina intercourse, or with a long slightly curved dildo. The best position for hitting this spot via sex is doggie style.

So, now you know all three (actually four) of the most sensitive sexual parts of the female body and how to stimulate them. Just image if there was a hot spot for every letter in the alphabet? Who knows, maybe there is.

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