S ex is undeniably a wonderful source of pleasure. But what is sexual pleasure really? The simple and relatively vague definition would consist of these positively valued feelings induced by sexual stimuli. Our bodies were designed with the built-in ability to attract a sexual partner. Moreover, our ability and willingness to discover how to give and receive pleasure through sexual activity is what distinguishes human sexuality from animal and plant sexuality. In this article, find out which parts of the body provide the most pleasure.
Some parts of the body have more nerve endings than others and cause excitement when stimulated, these are called erogenous zones. The erogenous zones common to most people are the genitals: vulva, clitoris, lips, vagina, penis, scrotum, perineum, prostate and anus.
Thus, usually, the vagina and penis are the most sensitive. Nevertheless, there are other common erogenous zones including breasts, nipples, thighs, buttocks, mouth, ears, neck or feet. However, we are all different and what is good for some is not necessarily a source of pleasure for others.
Sexual pleasure and intense happiness
Every time you have a satisfying sexual relationship, you probably feel a mixture of emotional and physical sensations, both during and after the act. Your worries disappear for a moment, and this leads to a decrease in pain and anxiety.
In reality, this perception is the result of the secretion of several hormones promoting the feeling of happiness and well-being during S ex, including oxytocin. Otherwise called “love hormone”, the levels of this neurotransmitter increase during hugging and orgasm.
When oxytocin is released in some parts of the brain, it can have an impact on emotional, cognitive and social behavior. Indeed, a research review found that the impact of this hormone on behavior and emotional responses contributed to relaxation, confidence and psychological stability. The latter can de facto reduce reactions to stress and anxiety.
In addition, oxytocin could also intensify the pleasure of orgasm. This is in any case what showed a German study conducted on 29 couples in good health. The results revealed that men who took oxytocin before intercourse reported having more intense orgasms and higher levels of satisfaction after having S ex. In addition, these men reported feeling more sexually satisfied than those who took a placebo. The women said they were better able to share their desires and empathize with their partner.
Erogenous zone, source of pleasure
The nose, which contains a significant part of the nerve endings of the face, is an erogenous zone often neglected. Moreover, your nasal passages also contain erectile tissue that gets dilated when you are excited, which increases the sensitivity and blood flow. Slightly chew the tip of your partner’s nose during your next lovemaking. Guaranteed effect!
The neck is one of the most sensual parts of our body. To activate this area, gently massage the shoulders of your partner and then gently kiss the root of his hair at the base of his neck by biting slightly the lobe of his ear in passing.
The lobe of the ear
Ears are an ultra-sensitive area for both men and women. Gently kiss your darling’s lobe, being careful not to be abrupt. Otherwise, your partner will have the impression of being absorbed by a sucker and believe us, there is nothing more repulsive.
No need to be afoot fetishist to appreciate the stimulation of this area. This is especially true for women. Take his toes in your mouth and gently move your tongue over it. Madam will appreciate every time.
If the navel is such a sensitive area, it is because it developed from the same tissue as the clitoris, the two membranes are therefore connected neurologically. Try to gently stroke the belly of your partner by gradually getting closer to his belly button.
The inside of the thighs
The inside of the thighs is the area closest to the genitals. Caress them sensually and your partner will burn with desire in a while.
It is common knowledge that for many women this area is the place of choice. However, be aware that men’s nipples contain as many nerve endings as those of a woman.