Top 11 Places Women Want to Be Touched

Top 11 Places Women Want To Be Touched
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For men interested in learning more about how to satisfy their female sexual partner in during intimate interactions, there’s no better* place to start than by exploring the female anatomy. Both men and women have a variety of “erogenous” zones, or locations that are particularly sensitive to touch and, when stimulated, produce* pleasurable sensations that can lead to increased sexual arousal. Although the idea of “pleasure spots” on the body may sound overly simplistic or “too good to be true,” the fact remains that our bodies are designed to respond to touch due to our highly developed nervous systems. When pleasurable sensations are experienced, the brain responds by preparing the body for sexual intercourse, increasing* blood flows to particular areas and releasing a variety of hormones designed to increase* the desire for physical intimacy.

Here are 11 suggestions which can be used to stimulate your partner and ensure that your intimate moments are pleasurable and unforgettable.

#1 Run Your Hands Gently Through Her Hair

The scalp is one of the more neglected areas on the body during physical intimacy. That being said, it remains an especially sensitive area and, when stimulated, is guaranteed* to increase* arousal. Run your hands through your partner’s hair, ensuring* that your fingertips come in contact with the scalp. Be sure to move slowly in order to reduce* the possibility of accidentally pulling or tugging on hair, which can become painful and uncomfortable. Use your fingernails to gently caress the top of your partner’s head, ensuring* that you come into contact with the entirety of the scalp. This functions as an excellent precursor to further foreplay.

#2 Don’t Shy Away from the Pelvis

There’s a good chance that, if your intimate moment progress further, you’ll be revisiting this area, but you can also devote time to the pelvic region without engaging in heavier foreplay or sex. Use your fingertips to lightly caress the lower stomach and hips, tracing your partner’s hip bones with your hands. If you’re doing this correctly, you’ll probably observe goose bumps forming on your partner’s arms and legs. The slower you move, the more tantalizing these motions will be. If you’re feeling bold, move your hands delicately across the pubic region, avoiding direct contact with the clitoris or vagina. This can be a particularly effective precursor to oral sex.

#3 Touch Her Inner Thighs

Again, be sure to focus on using a light touch here. Imagine that you’re gently brushing a canvas with a paintbrush. Use your fingertips to trace the outline of your partner’s thighs, delicately exploring the area near the vagina. If you’re willing to be patient, shy away from direct vaginal or clitoral contact at this point. This will increase* the effectiveness of actions later on.

#4 A Foot Massage

The feet are one of the body’s classic erogenous zones on both men and women. Giving your partner a foot massage as an introduction to an evening of physical intimacy can definitely help set the mood for further romance. Both the top and bottom of the foot are responsive to touch, although the majority of the sensory nerves can be found in the arch of the foot. When giving a foot massage, be sure that your touch is firm enough that you don’t end up tickling your partners. This is one particular region where a lighter touch may not be the right move.

#5 Touching, Kissing and Biting the Earlobes

As you progress into foreplay, devote a brief period of time to stimulating your partner’s earlobes using your teeth and tongue. The delicate hairs on the ear are very responsive to touch and can produce* immensely pleasurable feelings for women. The ears have also gained a reputation as being a popular erogenous zone for many women.

#6 Palms of the Hands

Rubbing the palms of your partner’s hands provides* you with a unique opportunity to stimulate a popular erogenous zone while continuing to kiss the lips, face, ears and body. Gauge your partner’s response to your actions carefully. Although a delicate touch may be ineffective, pressing to firmly on the palm of the hand may be painful. As with the majority of the erogenous zones, the “right” touch varies depending upon the individual in questions.

#7 Behind Her Knees

The back of the knees are just as sensitive as the bottom of the feet, and can be stimulated easily using the fingertips and tongue. When caressing this particular area, you’ll also have easy access to your partner’s hips and thighs, and can easily reach these additional erogenous zones for added pleasure.

#8 The Small of Her Back

During foreplay and sex, placing a hand on the small of your partner’s back will provide both of you with additional support* and physical contact, which can increase* arousal levels and an atmosphere of intimacy during these special periods. Use your fingertips to gently caress this area, focusing on the tail bone and the top of the buttocks.

#9 The Clavicles

This is definitely one of the more neglected erogenous zones on the female anatomy. Use your fingertips and tongue to gently massage your partner’s clavicles. If you are using your tongue, you’ll have the ability to use one or both of your hands to caress the breasts and back, both of which are guaranteed* to increase* physical desire.

#10 The Nape of Her Neck

You can stimulate this particular area while also focusing attention the earlobes and scalp. Use your tongue to gently massage the neck while allowing your hands to roam freely over these other erogenous zones.

#11 Everywhere Else

If you’re passionate about providing pleasure for your partner, you’re probably interesting in exploring all of her body. Just because a particular area may not have been mentioned here doesn’t mean it won’t induce pleasurable sensations. Through communication with your partner, you can learn more about what brings her pleasure, allowing you to ensure rewarding intimacy over time.

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Expert Author : Mark Simms (Consumer Health Digest)

Mark Simms is a prolific freelance health and beauty writer, independent researcher with a long history and expertise of providing reliable and relatable health content for magazines, newsletters, websites including blogs and journals. He also enjoy exploring men’s and women’s health category writing articles about sex and relationships, product review and providing information on sexual health.