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Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Erogenous Zones

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An erogenous zone is an area of the human body that has heightened sensitivity and stimulation of which normally results in sexual response. Depending on the individual, this could include any and all areas of the body, but the majority of men and women have common erogenous zones.

The male and female genitalia can also be declared as an erogenous zone but for this particular article I’ll be focusing more on areas that are not directly connected to or not within the reproductive system. And yes, these zones apply to both men and women.


It is an area good for petting someone; but besides that, it contains nerve endings that are sensitive to sensual stimulation. Brush the hair or the scalp with your fingers. Not advisable for those with flaky dandruffs but you’re always free to try.


Bundles of nerve endings are in and around the ears, making them ultra-sensitive to your touch. Use the pads of your index finger and thumb to massage the outer ears with slow, firm movements. Gently squeeze the earlobes. Explore the area behind the ear with your lips and tongue, and then exhale deeply but gently while you keep nibbling. Avoid the ears with severe “otitis” related infections.


Men and women love kissing. You might not know it but the lips have network of sensitive nerves capable of arousing you when stimulated. The tongue and the cavity inside the mouth are also as sensitive. That’s the reason why French-kissing is such a fun activity to indulge in. Beware of bad breaths.


Vampires love sucking blood from the neck, and their victims are paralyzed in pleasure when they do it. The reason: the neck is sensitive to gentle and firm pressure applied to it. Kissing, caressing, and a little nibbling on the neck are potentially powerful in terms of stimulating your partner. Sucking blood, on the other hand, will land you in jail, unless you’re a vampire.


Women get wetter when you play with their breasts at the right moment. Men like it when women caress their chests and compliment how hard or tough it is. For men it’s more psychological when the chest area is concerned. Of course, there’s a part of stimulation there when we talk about nerves. But for the women, it’s really sensual stimulation we are talking about. The real target here is the nipple area but it can’t be really stimulating unless your partner is really turned-on. Touch the breast softly, then lift your hand away for a moment, and then continue. That allows your partner to have the important moment of anticipation. Stick to indirect stimulation of the nipples until they become aroused (hard). That’s the time when you start playing with the nipples with your hands or your mouth. Nipples and the areola are rich in nerve endings in both men and women. With men though, you might want to lessen your time being fixated in exploring his breast’s sensitivity, unless he is into piercing and electrocuting it. It’s just weird to have someone sucking my breast all the time and forget about my “willy” below.I

nside of the Arms and Armpits

Not a lot of people consider these areas as erotic but try having a tongue go up there and the sensation can be quite different. It is because these areas are made of soft tissues and it seems nerves are in great concentration in these areas. Some find it extremely ticklish though. Firm pressure and/or kisses can be an effective tool in these situations. Stinky armpits may not be that fun to play with though.

The Back

Usually, it’s not that arousing but it’s enjoyable especially if you start massaging. Besides the pleasure of light and firm pressure on it, it also releases tension. It could even help with arousal, by increasing blood flow and engorgement in the pelvic area. It never hurts to throw in a few kisses there as well.

Stomach Area

This is the area around the navel down to the pubic region. The thin dermis and minimal tissue in the area results in closely set nerve networks. Massaging this area can be ticklish for some; but once arousal reaches critical, massaging it can be extremely pleasurable.

Inner Thighs

Inner thighs are always a great place to turn your partner on, as they don’t get touched much during every day life. Whether it is touching, kissing, licking, or nibbling, virtually everything you do around this area will be highly arousing. This and the stomach area can be used to approach the genitals during stimulation. It can also be used to tease your partner by trying to avoid his/her hot spot leaving them wanting for more.

The Buttocks

As our butts are comprised of thick skin, muscles, and sometimes fat, stimulating it takes more pressure. They are less sensitive but intensely arousing when you know how to deal with them. They need stronger stimulation - try holding, kneading, patting or smacking. In all positions, the muscular movements of coitus stimulate the buttocks. Increase the pleasure by holding the buttocks tightly during intercourse.


This is the area between the anus and vagina or balls for males. There are a lot of nerve endings there and it is quite responsive to gentle fondling. For a smoother experience, try using a little artificial lubricant or massage oil.


You may be thinking about anal intercourse, but actually just right around the sphincter (the anal orifice) is an area rich in nerve endings. Licking and/or applying pressure to it can be extremely exciting. The proper stimulation of this area can heighten pleasure. Of course, if your partner is into anal play, the cavity of the anal wall is also lined with highly pleasurable network of nerves.

Fingers and Toes

They're a lot more sensitive than you might think and for whatever reason, a relatively large area in the brain receives sensation for them. Lightly kissing or passionately sucking them, especially combined with the sensations you're causing in the genitals, can be incredibly erotic.

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