Does your lover know where all of your erogenous zones are? Does he know how many you have? Chances are you don’t know how many erogenous zones you have either, let alone where they all are.
The Erogenous Zones Can Change
As Brian famously says in The Life of Brian, “You are all individuals!” No two women will have exactly the same erogenous zones. Touches and caresses that turn one women to Jell-O will leave another feeling decidedly unaroused. This probably comes as no surprise to us, right, ladies?
However, what you might not realize is that your erogenous zones change.
You may have noticed this, but been unable to explain it.
When that guy you used to date touched your feet, it was ticklish and not even remotely sexy, but your new lover can turn you into a quivering wreck with just a brush against your toes…
What a woman finds arousing can, in fact, depend upon the lover she is with. As a general rule of thumb, the more deeply in love we feel, the more sensitized our bodies are to the touch of the object of our affection.
However, even if you’ve been married, or in a stable relationship for years, you may notice that some areas of your body are more sensitive than they used to be, whereas others don’t quite excite you like they used to. This is nothing to worry about, it’s perfectly natural and occurs to all of us.
Where Are the Female Erogenous Zones?
So, now that we’ve established that a woman’s erogenous zones can, and probably will, vary over time, let’s get down to the real reason you’re here. You want to know where those erogenous zones are and how many you have. If you’re a man who has stumbled across this page, you want to know where to find those female hot spots. I shall leave you in suspense no longer.
Where are the female erogenous zones? All over her body. How many erogenous zones do women have? A seemingly infinite number. Yes, that’s right, every inch of a woman’s body can be erogenous. From head to foot, the female body can be put on ‘high-alert’ at the slightest touch or caress. Now, that’s not to suggest that the entire body of every woman is erogenous, because, as we’ve already established, we’re all different. Some areas of your body may be simply off-limits as far as you’re concerned and that’s fine.
However, it is important for both men and women to realize the vast potential for finding erogenous zones anywhere on the female body.
So, encourage your lover to explore every inch of your skin, who knows where he’ll find your smokin’ hot spots?!
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