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Erotic Touch Roadmap to Pleasure

Sexy foreplay is all in the touch!

You’re going to love this: A new study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine just revealed which parts of your body are the most sensitive to various types of touch. In other words, get ready to feel some tingles.

Researchers recruited 30 women and assessed the sensitivity of three areas of their bodies: the primary genital zone (clitoris, labia minora, vaginal margin, and anal margin), secondary sexual zone (lateral breast area, areola, neck, and nipple), and neutral zone (forearm and abdomen) using devices to simulate three different senses (light touch, pressure, and vibration). And interestingly, different spots were more sensitive to different types of touch.Romantic Couple Touching And Kissing Each Other

Here’s what they found: When it comes to a light touch, the neck, forearm, and vaginal margin were the most sensitive spots. When pressure was applied to all body parts, the clitoris and nipple came out as the most sensitive. The clitoris and nipple were also the most sensitive when it came to vibrations. But here’s an interesting twist: Overall, the secondary sexual zone was more sensitive to vibrations than either other region. So you might want to try using that vibrator on a few other spots.