erogenous zone


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Noun1.erogenous zone - any area of the body especially sensitive to sexual stimulation
region, area - a part of an animal that has a special function or is supplied by a given artery or nerve; "in the abdominal region"
Translations
zona erògena
zona erógena
zone érogène
erogén zóna
性感帯
erogeninė zona
zona erógena
zonă erogenă
erogena cona
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Lending a cerebral charm to the pleasures of the flash, Richard Mille's RM 69 sparks a conversation, reminding us that the most powerful erogenous zone is between the ears.
The underrated erogenous zone is the fleshy part of the vagina above the labia, also known as the pubic mound, but most people skip over it during foreplay.
James alike--that the mind is one hell of an erogenous zone.
For number crunchers like us, that's the erogenous zone.
Tantric experience includes interactive elements such as eye contact, yoga meditation, communication, breathing techniques, full body to body sensual, erotic massage, sacred sport massage, entire body erogenous zone play, deep relaxation, lingam massage and prostate massage.
Sex experts the world over will tell you that the most sensitive and responsive erogenous zone of a person's body is the brain.
Dear reader, FROM toe sucking to foot fetishes, feet are a common erogenous zone.
Denouncing the study carried out by British researchers as fundamentally flawed, French scientists insist the erogenous zone does exist in many women--an estimated 60 percent.
HOW convenient to learn that the ankle is the new erogenous zone, now that the rag trade fancies flogging us winter trousers somewhat shorter than those sold last year.
Additional fantasy elements are provided in the form of detachable ankle straps, which emphasise this season's erogenous zone - the ankle.
The belly button can be an erogenous zone for both men and women - but women tend to be more aware of their hot spots.
I mean, instead of exploring just the erogenous zone, why not incorporate the emotional zone as well?