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31 Shocking Erogenous Zones In Your Body Explained

There are a few clear points when things are heating up that you want your partner to touch. However, when it comes to erogenous zones

31 Shocking Erogenous Zones In Your Body Explained

There are a few clear points when things are heating up that you want your partner to touch. However, when it comes to erogenous zones — those crazy-sensitive hot spots that can take you from zero to gotta-have-it-right-now — your breasts, nipples, and genitals scratch the surface barely. Your body is covered by highly sensitive areas that you might never even have thought about exploring. "An erogenous zone is anywhere on the body that has enhanced sensitivity, and when stimulated, will evoke a sexual response," says Jane Greer, Ph.D., a sex and relationship expert. Venture into some new erogenous zone territories to take things up a notch in the bedroom.
31 Shocking Erogenous Zones In Your Body Explained

1. The Neck Nape

If you are a man of the heart, you know that. "Your neck's nape and back have so many nerve endings that only a light touch is all it takes to drive you — and your partner — wild," says Greer. Ask your partner to run their fingertips gently up and down your neck as you kiss (or do it to them to drop a hint) to reach the nerve focus. To heat things up, even more, set up a no-kissing-on-the-lips rule, and instead focus your partner on the neck.

2. The Pubic Mound

Sure, it's not the sexiest-sounding body part but when properly stimulated, the area above the pubic bone can be an electrifying spot. "Thanks to sensitive nerve endings and glands that release pheromones [chemicals your body produces that can elicit a sexual response from others], natural body scent, and sweat, your pubic mound is related to your genitalia and sexual response," says Shannon Chavez, Psy. D., a Los Angeles psychologist, and certified sex therapist.
Have your partner start by massaging the area with light pressure to enable it, which will help to enhance the excitement. Massaging your skin softly between your fingers or making your partner gently suck and pull the sensitive skin using their mouth will really set off some tingling sensations, says Chavez.

3. The Inner Thighs

Let your partner spend some time teasing your inner thighs before heading straight for the main course. There, the skin is extremely sensitive and filled with nerve endings, ensuring it's particularly receptive to the nibbles, nips, and licks of your partner. When you just want to move things up to the next point, ask your partner to "trace an ice cube [your thighs] up and down and experience the new sensation," Greer suggests.

4. The Armpits

Indeed, definitely. If you can get past a little bit of sweat, hair, and tabouity, your axes can be a surprising erogenous zone. Thought of it this way: The axes are super-sensitive. The same thing that makes them so ticklish can make a surprising turn-on to this spot too.

Here's how to explore: Let your friend take his fingertips and clean your underarms gently. First, go up and down slightly before switching to a circular, brisk motion, paying careful attention to what elicits the best response. It's playful, sure yet seductive as well.

5. The Crease of the Thighs

When it comes to men's erogenous zones, that's not all about the obvious. "A great blow job includes more than just the genitals," says Emma McGowan, Bustle 's Sex IDK advice column's licensed, sex educator, and blogger. "Paying attention to the area around the penis and testicles assists in building anticipation and excitement. That little crease where the thigh meets the abdomen is a perfect place to work in your arsenal for oral sex.

The same goes for women. Thigh crease is a perfect hot spot to strike any gender during oral sex.

6. The Ears

"Although ears are considered highly sexy, they are frequently ignored, making them an even hotter spot when you want to turn things up in bed," says Emily Morse, Sex with Emily Podcast's sexologist and host. "Actually, the ears are very sensitive to touch because there are a large number of sensory receptors."
Start things off by making your partner draw your ear's C-shaped outline gently with their fingertips while you're kissing. Smooth kissing and nibbling will set fireworks off too. When performed in combination with some under-the-belt movement, this can be a particularly effective move — it may even help you climax or intensify your orgasm.

7. The Stomach

A surprising female arousal trigger is your lower stomach – between your belly button and your pubic area. Why? For what? You will completely activate the G-spot from the opposite side with the right touch. What's more, the region just above your pelvis can be a major tease. Stimulating the region with your hands or mouth helps to get the blood circulating just south towards the other big erogenous zone.

This area is also great for playing with the temperature a little: have your partner put a hot or cold washcloth on the skin just above your pelvis before oral, or playfully hang it from above to teasingly brush the skin.

8. The Hands

"The hands are hugely sensual. She goes so far as to call your hands one of the most significant sex organs. "When you suck them, you 're really having a sort of oral sex," she says. "If a partner sucks a finger and massages it with the tongue, it sends a signal to the pleasure center of the brain close to sex."
Have your partner softly kiss the sensitive pads of your fingertips to explore, use their tongue to draw gentle circles. Try a little light suction if you're in.
31 Shocking Erogenous Zones In Your Body Explained

9. The Crook Of Your Arm

"If you have ever stimulated the crook of your arm — the inner portion where the humerus joins the radius/ulna — you'll probably know how responsive this area can be," says Gigi Engle, licensed sexologist, Promescent brand advisor and author of All the F*cking Mistakes: A Guide to Sex, Love, and Life. "There's thin skin, which results in a more painful sensation."
To continue, try to run your fingers lightly along the inner arm between the wrist and the elbow. "When it tickles too much, then you can also try to rub the region for a deeper feeling," Engle says.

10. The Bottoms Of Your Feet

Even if you're not a foot person — or if you don't think you 're a foot person — the right touch might change anything. The feet contain pressure points that can spark excitement for some. For a fact, the arches of your feet are also filled with nerve endings, meaning a heck of a lot of flexibility.

You'll want to concentrate on firm, continuous strokes over light, and tickly movements because some people are ticklish down there. Think of it more like a massage, pleasurable in any sense, and can also aid relaxation – a key to achieving orgasm for many people.

11. In Between Your Toes

Talking of feet, there is another erogenous zone in between the toes that people don't often speak about. "Any area can become an erogenous zone with the right form of touch," says Rami Najjar, licensed resilience psychotherapy psychologist, and clinic operator. And given how fragile and delicate the skin is between the legs, it makes perfect sense that it can be incredibly exciting.

Begin with a sensual foot massage focussing on the ultra-sensitive skin between the toes to stimulate this hot spot.

12. The Inside Of Your Ankle

Since we're already down by the feet, we could just as well cover down there the other major erogenous zone: the ankle inside.

Similar to the wrist, Najjar points out that this particular area is certainly one that can cause pleasure when stimulated with light contact the right way. It also has a seductive aspect, one which may even inspire a desire to kiss and lick it.

13. The Labia Minora

If we think of the area's vulva and erogenous areas, our brain appears to go straight to the money shot: the clitoris. While that is definitely a place to get to know — and trigger a lot of clitoral orgasms — it is not the only place worth noting in that region. "The inner lips, also known as the labia minora, are erectile tissue," says Anne Louise Burdett, a licensed sex educator and CEO of TOCA, a line of pleasure lubricants with organic CBD. "They get caught up in the blood and get soft, swollen, darker in color, and very responsive when aroused to the touch."

To specifically target the inner lips, "place your fingers in a sign of peace and with lots of lube, and slide them up and down on the inside of the outer lips and around the inner lips," Burdett says. This region is extremely sensitive even as far as highly sensitive areas are concerned so don't stimulate without any (natural or otherwise) lubrication.

14. The Lips

It might seem a little old-fashioned, but your lips (the ones on your face) will still be among women's hottest erogenous zones. "Lips are the most open of all erogenous zones and filled with a lot of nerve endings very close to the skin's surface," says Morse. "We have 100 times more than our fingertips." She explains that just the smallest brush of your lips triggers a positive surge of feel-good hormones to your brain that can affect your emotions as well as your lower regions.
"Use your own lips, teeth, and tongue to kiss, nibble, and caress the top and bottom of your partner's lip, playing with various levels of pressure," Morse says. Once you come up for air, trace with your thumb the outline of your partner's lips while locking your eyes with them, and then return to it.

15. The Scalp

"Your scalp has thousands of tiny nerve endings, and if you've ever pulled your hair during sex, you know it's an erogenous zone," says McGowan. "Don't underestimate the importance of pulling such strong hair! If hair pulling isn't your thing, you still can enjoy the benefits of all those scalp nerve endings.

Whether you're more into stroking the hair or stroking your partner's hair, there's still a delicious eroticism that comes with such an act.

16. The Perineum

Like asses (as there is one in everyone), everybody has perineum too. The perineum is the strip of skin between the anus and the vagina and is home to the pudendal nerve whose main function is to bring impulses back and forth across the complex network of all the other nerves down there. It's essentially something worth thinking about.
"It's great for experimenting," says Daniel Saynt, founder of The New Society for Wellness (NSFW), a private members club that holds frequent seminars and activities that discuss free intimacy, kink and sexuality safely. "Lick, rub, bite, or massage. You can experience a lot of powerful sensations by exploring this erotic environment, depending on the tolerance of your partners.

17. The Anus

Butt is not material for everyone. And the anus is a serious hot spot for many men. "The anus has many sensitive nerve endings, and this can be a hot and intense place for men," says Jenni Skyler, Ph.D., an ASSECT-certified sex therapist at Colorado's The Intimacy Center.

That said, what feels good can not turn one person on the next, so play around with it and see what works for you. "This might only caress the outside of the butt-cheeks and the anus rim for some men," Skyler says. "It's leaching to some people, it's really mild penetration to some people, and its complete penetration to some people." Just note, do not forget the lube if you do dabble in penetration, just a little bit.

18. The Butt Cheeks

When you've tried anal play and decided it's not for you, it doesn't mean butt play is off-limits, because it is in your real cheeks.

A lot of people find it very fun to get their butt played with, spanked, massaged, or even pay a little extra attention. That space where the butt meets the thigh is also one hell of an erogenous zone worth experimenting with, according to Najjar.

19. The Anterior Vaginal Wall

I figured squirting during sex (also known as female ejaculation) had been a myth for the longest time. It was something that only happened to women who own unicorns and have breakfast cupcakes. Yet all that changed the very first time that I squirted, thanks to a specific erogenous zone stimulation.

"Your vagina's fleshy interior front wall can be stimulated by light touch or by positions allowing insertables to hit its wall," Saynt says. "While the way to stimulate varies based on preferred pressure and speed, your partner can help get to this area by creating a hook with two fingers and inserting their hand with palm facing up. Their palm and location enable your clitoris and labia to be stimulated when pressing onto your vaginal wall. Expect a few fireworks, with the right amount of focus. Towel put forward firmly.

20. The Brain

According to Skyler, many people consider the brain the most central erogenous zone. If our brain isn't in the mood — if we're too nervous, exhausted, anything — that's stopping the rest of the body from being able to act on an enthusiasm, she says. After all, if you are in the right mindset, sex is actually sexy. "It can only help to make things hotter in the bedroom by creating a real bond before getting physical," says Skyler.

21. The Earlobes

Though we've already covered the ear, differentiating the difference between the ear and the earlobe is important. Each part has a different feel.

"The earlobe has thinner tissue, like the arm crook, meaning it's more sensitive to touch," Engle says. "Let your partner on the earlobe give you a little nibble, and see if you like it. Many people love super-hard ear-biting and others prefer super-smooth contact. Start with soft, and then work towards more intense feelings.

22. The Inner Knee

"In the past, the area behind your knee may not have had much attention, but stroke it gently with your hand — or let your partner do it — and you'll find it's much more responsive than you've imagined," McGowan says. "Let your friend lick it up as well as caress while you're inside it. It's a whole new spot that's ripe for exploration. "And it's a clear path to the rest of the body 's attractive parts.

23. The A-spot

"Known as the erogenous anterior fornix zone, the A-spot is very close to the cervix and rests just above the bladder, past the G-spot on the same front wall of the vagina," Burdett says. "Stimulating the A-spot during sex would be easiest due to its depth and angle, using fingers or a toy, and positions that allow for deeper penetration."
Burdett recommends turning over the stomach and attempting backward entry, or "picking up one leg and coming in from the side," she says. "This position is typically more pleasurable with deep pulsing, rather than fast and rough."

24. The Lower Back

The back always comes up when you ask people about their preferred erogenous zones. To others, it's the inter-scapular — the area between the shoulder blades that can not be accessed by yourself. (Maybe that's why it's so hot: it's unattainable) It's the lower back for others. "Your lower back is a supersensitive spot right above the crease of your ass," McGowan says. "Anytime someone has put their hand there as you walk together, think about it. Warm, doesn't it? Well, when they touch it naked it is even hotter.

25. The Nipples

When you got too far down on the list and wondered, Where the nipples are the hell? They weren't forgotten. Don't worry; A list of erogenous zones without nipples is like pizza without cheese. While the sensitivity of nipples varies from person to person, there is no denying that they are right up there on the list when it comes to erogenous zones.
"Nipples are more sensitive to all bodies, some more than others, but worth playing with to find out whether they make your lover or yourself crazy," Burdett says. Some people without any other form of stimulation may also have nipple orgasms. "This erogenous zone can often put people above the top in the best possible way," Burdett says
Since the nerves that differ, particularly during a menstrual cycle or pregnancy, it is crucial that you communicate with your partner about what feels good and what doesn't. While some people love to pinch and twist their nipple, some are content with only a gentle graze or a kiss.

26. The Breasts

Although we all know that nipples are a big erogenous zone, we shouldn't neglect the rest of the breasts. "Breasts have a complex network of nerve endings, allowing them to be an area of heightened sensitivity," says Jennifer Dhingra, a UK doctor and sexual wellbeing advocate. Although we tend to think that breasts are the most composed of fatty tissue, they are much more complicated than that.

Seek to touch, fondle, caress, and massage with lightness.

27. The Frenulum

The frenulum is the location where the penis shaft reaches the penis head (glans). It's on the underside of the penis and is extremely sensitive — especially for men with an intact foreskin. This is noticeable on circumcised men (those that have not been circumcised need to pull their foreskin back to see it). The frenulum is so sensitive it can all but make the penis owner erupt, just the slightest touch. That is not an exaggeration, in any way. All right, just a slight exaggeration. Yet barely so.

28. The Achilles Tendon

According to Najjar, if you are searching for erogenous zones that take you off the breasts and genitals and back down to the feet, then the Achilles tendon is a spot worth exploring. Although it may appear to be just a band of tissue linking the heel to the calf, there is more to it than that. Compared to the inside of the foot, the sensation can become erotic when stroked and stimulated in a light and playful way.

29. The V-spot 

"The V-spot for vagina holders is a very critical aspect of sexual exploration," Burdett says. "It is the entrance to the vaginal canal and the penetration entry point. The V stands for the vaginal vestibule which is the opening/entrance into the vagina — the region at the base of the vaginal canal past the labia minora.
This region is lined with nerve endings, which is unsurprising. To stimulate it, Burdett says, "gently edge your fingers across the opening of your vagina. Deep breath. Moving between clitoral shaft, labia, and V-spot back and forth. Using the length of your finger and then trace the vaginal opening with the fingertips. Where do you feel better? Did you feel thirsty for penetration? "It's just about experimenting and seeing what works best, like a lot of sex-related activities and playing with erogenous zones.

30. The Wrist

Although the wrist might seem (and was) like an erogenous zone from the Jane Austen period, it still retains its appeal all these years later. Delicate and delicate, there is something about the wrist that is both romantic and profoundly erotic. As similar areas on the body (the ankles, knee back) use light caresses to raise this area.

31. The Prostate

It may have taken us a long time to get here, but eventually, men — straight men — the thought of putting something in their ass is no longer shrinking in terror. At the finish! "The prostate is a gland, about the size of a walnut, containing fluid that contributes to semen formation," Dhingra says. "Prostate is very sensitive, and area stimulation will give rise to sexual pleasure and excitement. It can be done by inserting a finger or sex toy into the rectum, and internal massaging of the prostate.
Saynt takes this issue to heart too. "If they have a penis, seriously consider getting into asses with your friend," Saynt says. "It's mind-blowing to get orgasms reached by learning how to stimulate your prostate and having time to learn and practice over time. From milking to multiple orgasms, it is not with satisfaction that the benefits stop. Exploring this region regularly is linked to lowering the risk of prostate cancer.

Pleasure and lowering the risk of prostate cancer? I guess we 're calling it a win-win.



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There are a few clear points when things are heating up that you want your partner to touch. However, when it comes to erogenous zones
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