Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Where Are Your Erogenous Zones?

For men it seems simple. They get turned on by getting their genitals stroked, but there are other parts of their bodies that you can caress in order to make them aroused. When was the last time you touched them?

  And what about women? What spot can men touch that will drive women absolutely crazy?
The truth is that not all men and women are the same. You'll have to take the time to discover where your partner's erogenous zones are, but what a pleasure it will be to explore all of their body parts to find the hidden erogenous zones. 

Where should you begin?
Most people get turned on through kissing -- which leads to touching, which leads to intercourse -- and then it's over. The body parts that are most often involved in sex are the lips, fingertips and genitals, but have you ever discovered that you have hidden body parts that make you instantly turned-on when they're stimulated? A casual brush across the nape of the neck and you are ready to tear the clothes off your partner. 

Who knew?
Take your time and touch and caress. There are lots of body parts to discover during foreplay. Take your time and find out what makes your partner moan.

Leave no skin untouched.

It may be the inside of the wrist, the nape of the neck, or the eyelids. The inside of the thighs are highly sensitive to touching, stroking and licking. Or maybe it's the feet.  How will you ever know until you try? Nibble on his earlobe. Does his moan with pleasure? Or maybe you should try a playful nip on her ankle. Make a thorough exploration of each other's bodies. All it may take is a little hot breath on the neck or a long, slow stroke down the spine. 

Touch and kiss your partner's elbows, knees, armpits, and tummy. Does that give them goose bumps? Then keep going. You're moving in the right direction.

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