Helena Lorimer August 11, This article was scientifically fact-checked by Human Sexuality expert Dr. Laurie Mintz. But why is touching so important?
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The story you're about to read was published prior to our April investigation on the G-spot. The truth is: It doesn't exist. Learn more here. Like the G-spot, there is speculation over whether the A-spot actually exists.
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Here are some unlikely pleasure points that are often overlooked. The scalp is full of nerve endings, and even the slightest brush of the hair can send tingles through your body. To amp up the pleasure, run your fingernails lightly over the scalp, paying special attention to the space behind the ears and just above the neck. With sensitive skin on the outside and hundreds of sensory receptors on the inside, the ears top the list of erogenous zones for many people. You can also take advantage of those sensory receptors by whispering or lightly blowing into their ear for more tingly feels.
When things are heating up, there are a few obvious places you want your partner to hit. But when it comes to erogenous zones—those crazy-sensitive hot spots that can take you from zero to gotta-have-it-right-now—your lips, nipples, and genitals barely scratch the surface. Your body is covered in highly sensitive areas you may never have even thought to explore. To take things up a notch in the bedroom, venture into some new erogenous zone territory.