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7 Erogenous Zones You Should Know About

Exploring your partner’s body and touching their erogenous zones during foreplay can bring a lot of playfulness into your sex life.

An erogenous zone is an area of the body that has heightened sensitivity, where any stimulation may produce sexual arousal and more intensive orgasms.

1. The Earlobe

The ears are full of sensory receptors and are one of the most sensitive erogenous zones on the body. You may start with a more subtle yet intimate gesture like tucking the hair behind your partners ear, before increasing intensity to lightly kissing, nibbling, licking, and sucking their earlobes.

womans ear and sleeper piercing

2. The Scalp

A more discreet erogenous zone is the scalp. By running your fingers through your partners hair and tickling their scalp, you can relax them and send tingles through their body at the same time. Try to concentrate on the area behind the ears and above the neck to make it more sensual.

3. Inner Thighs

Being so close to the intimate areas, even a slight graze can be a powerful turn on for both men and women. Think light strokes, caressing, massaging, or lightly running your nails along their inner thighs.

man and woman kissing intimately

4. Inner Wrist

The inner wrist is not only home to the pulse point, but it's an area of the body which doesn't usually get any action, which makes it all that bit more arousing when it does. The inner wrist also has many nerve endings, so it is delicate and sensitive to the touch. Light kissing or stroking on and around the inner wrist whilst maintaining eye contact can turn your other half on in no time.

5. Nipples

A recent study found that the sensation from the nipples travels to the same part of the brain as sensations from the vagina, clitoris and cervix. What's more, it's possible for people to orgasm purely through nipple stimulation. So don't ignore this key erogenous zone during foreplay or even during sex, to intensify climax.

6. Feet

It's estimated that around 18% of heterosexual men have a foot fetish. However, as an erogenous zone, the recipient can become turned on by stimulation of the toes and particularly the soles. You can explore this zone through sensual foot massages with oils or by gently touching, licking and sucking the toes.

Nice feet and painted nails

7. Back of The Knees

The back of the knees is a sensitive, nerve-rich area for both men and women. Working up the leg from the back of the knee will give your loved one goosebumps as you tease them gradually.


Want to learn more about ways to explore your sex life? Enjoy our range of advice articles - from tips for better sex, to a beginners guide to bondage.

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