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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Moreover, 13 percent of those surveyed said they had been touched by their co-workers on their genital area and erogenous zones.
Stu added that the use of a sex toy can help maintain excitement after the first orgasm, but it can be helpful to focus on secondary erogenous zones immediately after the first orgasm.
FARAGE'S current ability to tickle the erogenous zones of large sections of the body politic is undisputed.
On one wall, Caland's lurid biomorph ic abstractions appeared to shove enormous bodies into the shallowest of picture planes, emphasizing sexual organs and erogenous zones, as in two playful self-portraits from 1973--all flattened flesh and posterior curves--or the more compositionally complex Elle et Lui (Her and Him), 1978.
This stimulates nerve endings along these sensitive erogenous zones.
Raw ginger increases sensitivity in the erogenous zones.
They spend time introducing each of the erogenous zones, discussing how to engage your partner's primal sense (by nuzzling into your lover's armpit, for example, massaging the Achilles tendon, or fondling the inside of his or her elbow).
2: A story in Cosmopolitan magazine with the headline "Discover Your 10 Secret Erogenous Zones.
Massage can be amazing foreplay so move gradually towards her erogenous zones.
With observations about contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and the erogenous zones, Defending the Caveman is not just for male theatre-goers - it has both sexes laughing in recognition as they identify themselves in the tales being told.
Over the years, many erroneous beliefs about erogenous zones have been held, including that the essence of life came from a man and that women had little to contribute to the system, and that impotence could be cured or caused by a witch.
Julie said that at least she was better than Katy's father who thought that erogenous zones were somewhere near the equator.