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Knees? Neck? Behind ears? What turns you on? The majority of men and women have common erogenous zones, although they could include any and all areas of the body, depending on the individual.

What is an erogenous zone?

An erogenous zone is an area of human body with heightened sensitivity which normally results in sexual response. This areas could include any and all areas of the body- that depends on the individual, but the truth is that most women and men have common erogenous zones.
Consequently, there are two main classes of erogenous zone in the skin, which are accepted: specific and nonspecific.
Specific areas produce stronger sensation and include genitals, lips, nipples and conjunctiva. Comparing to normal haired skin, the rete ridges of the epithelium are well formed and more of the nerves are close to the external surface of the skin, while in nonspecific erogenous zones the skin is similar to normal haired skin and has normal density of nerves and hair follicles. Areas of nonspecific erogenous zones include underarms, the back and sides of the neck and sides of the thorax. The pleasurable sensation perceived from regions of nonspecific erogenous zones is simply an exaggerated form of tickle.

The genitals are definitely the most obvious erogenous zones, however many parts of human body that are not involved in reproduction, are also sensitive to touch and have sexual response. This is really a matter of individual. Nevertheless, the largest sensory organ for both men and women is the skin, especially inner thigh area, the neck, the breasts and nipples, and the perineum, but also feet, ears, shoulders and eyelids. Massaging and stoking of those erogenous zones is a form of sensual pleasure and can also represent invitation to further sexual activity. Of course, the mouth, including lips and tongue is for most people, besides the genital area, an area of high erotic potential. Another group of potentially erogenous zones include anus, rectum and buttocks. 

Lips

They say that first kiss matters... Yes, it's true. If you know how to manipulate woman's lips just right through kissing, licking, sucking and biting, it is very possible that a kiss will lead to a lot more than that. Use your lips, your tongue and your teeth to play with her top and bottom lip and kiss her with absolute passion.

At the end, remember that we are all different and we all have our own likes and dislikes. Get to know your partner's body and experiment. Deliberately exploring yourself and your partner is the first step in discovering which body parts are sexually responsive and the types of stimulation that feel best. Vary the pressure of touching the body using different materials etc. But most of all- be creative!

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