I was doing some reading the last few days on vaginal orgasms. I came across something a few interesting things I never knew. I'm not sure if this is BS or not maybe someone has some thoughts or experience or heard of this? I've been reading about some new e-zone orgasm triggers deeper inside the vagina around the cervix area. There are 2 "fornix" cul-de-sacs on each side where the cervix dips into vagina. Anterior fornix is just in front of cervix on top wall of vagina about 2 inches past g-spot. This one is being called the "A-spot" or AFE anterior fornix ezone. The other is posterior fornix which is on the lower vagina wall and extends into the deeper cul-de-sac past the cervix. I'll try to dig up a diagram somewhere. The cervix lifts up or "tents" during arousal so reaching this area takes a little length (toy or longer penis?). The A-spot can be reached by finger 3-4 inches in. Sound like BS or something to it? Some articles claim the A-spot is easier to trigger orgasm than G-spot.