We all know the basic requirements for intercourse, but what about those not-so-obvious body parts that can spice up your foreplay? Here are six pleasure-sensitive body parts you never knew existed, according to Veronica Monet, ACS, couples consultant, certified sexologist with the American College of Sexologists, and certified sex educator of TAP Communications. While some people are podophobic, that is having a fear of feet, Monet believes everyone can find a pleasurable foot-stimulating tactic. Monet claims this technique can be just as arousing as fellatio! Want to make your man forget about that football game on TV?
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The word erogenous comes from the Greek eros which means love, and the English genous, meaning producing. An erogenous zone is an area of the human body that has heightened sensitivity, which, when stimulated, may create a sexual response such as relaxation, thoughts of sexual fantasies, sexual arousal and orgasm. There have been many studies and articles about just how many erogenous zones we have in our body, including the iconic scene portrayed on Friends when Monica teaches Chandler about the seven female erogenous zones. However, there may be others. The human body is highly sensitive to touch and experiencing sexual pleasure is different for everyone - what feels sexually arousing for one person may be repulsive for another. When anybody talks about erogenous zones, their immediate thoughts go to the obvious body parts, such as the breasts, nipples, clitoris, G-spot and penis as these are the sexual areas of our bodies and are more erogenous than others due largely on the amount of nerve endings located in that area. The genitals undergo a process called vasocongestion, which causes increased blood flow to these areas, making them highly sensitive when aroused and touched.
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The Vulva is the external sexual organ of women. The above view A shows the external view of the female vulva as normally seen when the woman is standing up. View B shows the vulva when it is opened, and from the top down one can clearly see the Veneris Mons, clitoral hood, clitoris, and labia minora.