A sex scientist from Malaysia named, Dr. Chua Chee Ann had been doing research to cure women from vaginal dryness.
After years of trying different methods, he discovered a new erogenous zone in females. An erogenous area is an area on the body that when stimulated causes pleasure leading to an orgasm.
The area he discovered was named the anterior fornix erogenous zone or AFE Zone, but it usually referred to by its slang term, the second G-spot. The AFE Zone is located on the deepest point of the anterior wall of the vagina near the cervix.
Many were though to believe that is was on the opposite side of the existing G-spot, but it is on the same wall, just deeper. When the AFE Zone is stimulated, it will lead to a rapid production of natural lubricant and arousal.
With continued stimulation, it will result in an intense orgasms. It is also believed to be similar to the orgasm of clitoral stimulation.
This stimulation can achieve an orgasm with no addition stimulation to the body. Due to the result of his studies, Dr. Chua Chee Ann was able to find a natural cure for vaginal dryness.
He concluded that if the AFE Zone is stimulated for ten minutes every day, then the body would naturally be able to produce lubrication on its own.
In addition, it would also make arousal more attainable on a regular basis, without ever using foreplay. (