Anytime people start talking about their erogenous zones, it can get a bit confusing. But in reality, the quizzical look some may give betrays the simple fact many of us are at a loss when it comes to erogenous zones.
As makers of Warm, we are dedicated to raising awareness about sexuality and sharing information to improve intimacy. These days, with so many dating and hook up sites, it seems too many of us are hung on simply hooking up and getting off.
But the reality is a lot of satisfaction comes from the proper attention to and care of our erogenous zones and those of our partner. For starters, for those who may not know, the erogenous zones are the very sensitive parts of the body that when stimulated they exhibit a sexual response. Scientifically speaking, the exact number of erogenous zones is still up for debate so we’ll list those that are the most widely accepted.
- The Clitoris – Not surprisingly, the clitoris is the most sensitive part of a woman’s body. Experts say to start with light touching then work your way more direct touching before moving on to a grinding or gentle rubbing.
- The Mouth – It’s true sometimes we wish a kiss could last forever – that’s because the mouth and lips especially are hypersensitive and will invariably lead to more passionate endeavors whether you’re a man or a woman.
- The Vagina – Arguably the epicenter of sexual activity, the vagina is at the heart of your sexual passion and with Kegel exercises to strengthen this HQ of sexual passion, paying particular gentle attention here is a great idea!
- The Nape of the Neck – With so many nerve endings and its inherent sensuality, the nape of the neck on men and women is especially susceptible to soft caresses and kisses that will give her or him shivers down the spine.
- The Breasts and Nipples – Gentle touching of the breasts and nipples in particular often brings an immediate response thanks to a hormone that is released by the body.
- The Inner Thigh – With its many nerve endings, the inner thigh is sensitive and responsive to the touch, but it will take a little more pressure than the breasts for the full effect.
- The Perineum – That area between the balls and the anus is full of nerve endings that can give amazing sensations with the right stimulation. Either press or rub in a circular motion and you’re off to the races!
- The Penis – The head of the penis as well as the Frenulum or that thin band of skin that connects the head with the shaft are full of nerve endings that are ready to rock and roll at a moment’s notice!
There’s more, but sexual arousal is truly individual thing that varies from one person to another so while some may have a proverbial hair trigger, others need a bit more massaging and perhaps a few words of French or Italian to do the trick. Regardless, we encourage you explore your erogenous zones and those of your partner and share in your erotic discoveries!