Sunday, June 14, 2015
A few Things Everyone Should Know About Erogenous Zones
Some body parts in both men and women are more sensitive to sexual stimulation compared to other parts of the body. These parts are known as erogenous zones. This is a concept that dates back to ancient times. It is highly recommended for the partners to explore the erotic body map of their bodies. This is one of the ways to enjoy more in sex. However, we should also remember that love itself is essential for lovemaking. Love, however, is not necessary ingredient for men and women to enjoy sex. In order to call something love both partners must satisfy each other’s senses. Sex is less demanding. In order to achieve sexual arousal it is sometimes enough to arouse only one sense. The power of good looks, the deep voice in men and gentle voice in women act stronger than any aphrodisiac agent in some people. In the literature dedicated to sexuality there were descriptions of cases of permanent sexual obsession of some women and men after an accidental contact with a sweat soaked tissue from the person that attracts them.
The incredible expansion of the perfume industry is therefore not exclusively associated with purity and aesthetics, but also contains the accented characteristics of sexuality. No matter of their looks, voice, scent or taste, senses play important role in sexual communication between men and women. Of course, physical body contact is the strongest sexual booster which usually leads to orgasm.
It is no surprise why the erotic map is so important. The look, the voice and the scent of a person is immediately processed in the brain and then merged with the previous experience that will determine whether this person will arouse us sexually. Touch (physical contact) bypasses the big brain. The sexual sensations obtained by physical contact have a reflex character, therefore they are direct. Even paralyzed people, in case their sexual centers in the spinal cord are unaffected can achieve hard erection or vaginal wetness (in women) through physical contact – touch. Every part of the body is not equally sensitive to touch. Basically, the more nerve endings are found in one body part the more sensitive it is.
In this sense, there is some kind of erotic map on the body which includes zones that are sensitive to touch. The clitoris, vaginal entrance, labia, part of the front wall of the vagina, glans penis (especially the tip of glans penis) the region between the anus and the reproductive organs, inner thighs, buttocks, mouth (especially the lips), ears and breasts (especially the nipples) are called erogenous zones due to their high sexual sensitivity to touch.
Experienced lovers know that the list of erogenous zones doesn’t stop with the previously mentioned erotic map of the body. A simple touch on the partner’s neck, using your hands on your partner’s hand, toes and feet or the lower parts of the back can also lead to very intense sexual arousal and stimulate sexual desire.
Make sure to be relaxed and careful and don’t focus only on the erogenous zone, but listen to your partner’s body and movement.