Pleasing a woman is an art form, one that you should always be working to grow and evolve. The good news is that there are plenty of hotspots on women’s bodies that you likely haven’t stimulated to their full potential of the female erogenous zones.
An erogenous zone is any area that when touched or otherwise stimulated causes sexual arousal and potentially orgasm for the person being stimulated. Here are 10 such zones for your play tonight.
There’s a reason why having someone whisper in your ear gives you goosebumps. Ears have several nerves that feel extra good when stimulated through both sound and touch. And that goes doubly when you’re hearing the voice of someone you love. Her ears are sensitive to both the sound of your voice and the gentle lick of your tongue.
2. Inner Thighs
What makes this spot erogenous is the sheer fact that it’s positioned so close to the clit. Touching the area right near her most sensitive spot makes the inner thighs an ideal place to tease.
Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it, as long as your partner is into it. For women, toes tend to be more sensitive than soles. Reflexologists believe a woman’s toes, when suckled or lightly pinched on the sides, can stimulate the vagina and potentially even induce a toe-curling orgasm.
The obvious one, but most definitely worth talking about. Especially since you may not know about the science behind how it works. The clitoris communicates with the brain via the pudenda nerve, the same pathway that carries information to the brain from the penis. It serves only one function: pleasure. And with over 8,000 nerve fibers (more than twice the amount found on the head of the penis…sorry guys) it obviously feels really good when you touch it. As long as you’re going about it the right way, of course.
Prepare to have your mind blown. Now that science knows there’s a lot more to the structure of the clit than we thought (the visible portion only accounts for a quarter of it), we can understand why it can feel good to have your navel licked and touched. The clitoris and the belly button actually grew from the same tissue and are neurologically linked. In fact, some women say they’ve felt sensation in their clit through their belly buttons.
6. Lower Back
It’s no accident that sensual dances like the Salsa or Tango call for the man to place has his hand on the woman’s lower back. There are plenty of nerves in that area, extending down to a woman’s butt cheeks. The sacral nerves in the small of your back basically have a direct line to your genitals and can trigger great pleasure when touched.
The one you’ve all been waiting for, fellas. Aside from being connected to nerves that make touching them extra pleasurable, nipple stimulation also helps women reach orgasm. In fact, some ladies can get off from just nipple play alone. The nipples and breasts can be an important region when initiating foreplay, and especially during the arousal phase of the sexual response cycle. Direct stimulation, whether from light touching or oral stimulation causes the tissue to release oxytocin, a chemical also known as the ‘love hormone,’ which plays an important role in orgasm in women.
The phrase ‘breathing down your neck’ usually has a negative connotation. But when the right person is dedicating their efforts to gently blowing on this extremely erogenous spot, the results can be mind blowing. This is a highly sensual erogenous zone packed with sensitive nerve endings. The vagus nerve, packed with sensory fibers, runs along this area as well.
9. Head (Scalp)
If you’ve ever treated yourself to having your hair washed when getting a trim, you know just how good a scalp rub can feel. The scalp has a hot bed of nerve endings, which makes it a great erogenous zone.
Kissing feels awesome (duh). But you probably don’t know the science behind why. When we kiss, our brains make dopamine and oxytocin, or ‘feel good’ chemicals. And the more you kiss, the better it gets. Blood gets flowing and what was already an intense erogenous zone goes into overtime. Fun fact: The skin on your lips is more sensitive than on most parts of your body — over 100 times more sensitive than the skin on your fingers, for starters.
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