The word erogenous comes from the Greek 'eros' which means 'love' and the English 'genous' meaning 'producing'.
We love them and they play a big part in turning us on sexually and making us feel horny - or making us feel horny and turning us on! Erogenous zones include
- the ears
- the head (scalp)
- the neck (and spine)
- the lips
- the nipples
- the armpits
- the inner thighs
- the pubic hairline from tummy to cock
- the cock (penis) and balls/ ball sack (scrotum)
- the perineum (between the arse hole and balls)
- the arse hole
- the soles of our feet (and toes).
Higher concentrations of nerve endings are located in many of these places and ...
- pinching (lightly)
- biting (gently)
can heighten our sense of sight, touch, hearing and smell. Feel good endorphins are also released into the body and we become more aware of our surroundings.
Listen and learn
Everyone’s a little different, and parts of the body which we might not ordinarily consider sexy can also become sensitive and highly charged. Knowing whether you or he has hit the spot is usually not difficult: just listen for those sighs, grunts, groans and whimpers.
Don't make assumptions
Packed full of nerve endings a guy's cock and balls are usually his main pleasure zones but it's easy to make assumptions and think it's the only place to go first. For example, there are guys who will get equal pleasure from their ears and nipples being stimulated and will cum and orgasm without the cock being touched. Find his spot and he'll be back for more!
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