Welcome to the 3rd and final installation of my erogenous zone series! If you haven’t already, check out part one and two. They both include titillating and unknown erogenous zones and how to best stimulate them.
Without further ado, let’s get to that final list of erogenous zones:
- Behind the Knees – Sounds weird, right? But that’s kind of the point of this whole series. These are the truly unknown erogenous zones. The skin on the back of the knees is very sensitive and might even feel ticklish. You can stimulate it by kissing it gently or even massaging the area with lotion or oil.
- The Feet – There are an incredible number of sensory nerves in the brain that are connected to the skin on our feet. Who knew? What starts out as a thoughtful foot rub after a long day can turn into sexy foreplay if done the right way. Make sure her feet are nice and clean because there will be toe sucking to come. Washing her feet can also be erotic and relaxing for her. Start there. You can use a massage oil or lotion to rub her feet if you want a really smooth touch. Toe sucking is recommended. Start by gently squeezing or pinching her toes and then move into sucking. The pinching will build sexual anticipation and the sucking will take her over the edge. Some women have even orgasmed from toe sucking!
- The Mons Pubis – When you’re ready to finally move onto the genital area you can start by stimulating the mons. If you’re not sure where this is, the mons is the fleshy area just above her genitals (think the area that is covered in pubic hair shaped like a V). Lightly caressing or massaging this area will really start to get her excited. You’re coming dangerously close to her clitoris and stimulating this area might even begin moving and pulling at the skin surrounding the clitoris. This is the perfect start to light stimulation in the ultra-sensitive clitoral zone.
- The Clitoris – Yay! You’ve made it to the clitoris. Every girl’s favorite body part. The clitoris has over 8,000 nerve endings and scientists are still quite stumped as to why it exists, other than to provide a woman with sexual pleasure. Other than that, we haven’t been able to discover a “use” for it. But ask any woman and I’ll guarantee you that she’s finds it pretty damn useful! You hopefully already know a bit about stimulating this area so I will just highlight a few key tips. First, it’s important to tread lightly with the clitoris. It’s very, very sensitive and stimulating it to much or too hard can be very uncomfortable for a woman and a total turn off. Try stimulating the area surrounding the clitoris for a while before moving in. Oral sex is best or you can stimulate manually with your hand, but use lubricant, as it feels much better than dry rubbing. And go slow, women don’t like hard and fast when it comes to this area.
I hope that you’ve found my guide to the erogenous zones useful. When incorporating them into your sexual routine, remember that you don’t need to stimulate every area, every time you have sex, but instead try to think of using a few different erogenous zones each time during foreplay and sex. Do what makes sense. Doing a sexy, erotic massage? Incorporate her scalp, neck, back, shoulders, and maybe even the back of the knees and feet. The biggest erogenous zone a woman has is the skin itself. Even lightly trailing your fingers across her skin can feel amazing and be a huge turn on.
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PS. I’d love to hear how you’ve incorporated the erogenous zones into your sexual routine. Leave me a comment below and tell me all about it.