You've heard of the "G-spot," but what about the "A-spot"? Or the "P-spot"? There are a million nicknames for various parts of our bodies that are apparently overly sensitive to sexual stimulation, but is any of it true? To separate fact from fiction, HuffPost Live's Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani posed the down-and-dirty questions to sex researcher Emily Nagoski, author of Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life.
Watch Nagoski explain the truth about the body's various "spots" in the video above, and click here for the full HuffPost Live conversation about the science of sex.
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