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Body Parts You Should Never Ignore During Foreplay


April. 24, 2020

Foreplay is like an appetizer to the main course. S*x works just like food does. Appetizers don’t take away your hunger, they enhance it. Sometimes, it can even be better than s*x itself. So, when things are getting hot with your partner, don’t skip right to the s*x. Here are six places to definitely stimulate during foreplay to make the grand finale taste extra yummy.
1. The earlobes
the ears and earlobes are extremely sensitive for many people. Nibbling on the earlobes, licking behind their ear, and blowing gently in someone’s ear or telling them sexy things can be a huge turn-on.
2. Back of the neck and shoulders
Continuing down from the scalp to the nape of the neck brings us to the back of the neck and shoulders. lightly tickling this area can prove extra sensitive. If you and your partner are up for it, some light nibbles or love bites can also help ramp up arousal.
3. Hands
your hands are also a very important body part to focus on during foreplay. closing your partner’s eyes, taking their hands, and slowly guiding them to brush your face with their fingertips, down over your neck, your shoulders, your breasts, and to any other sensitive spots. Use touch to show them exactly how you like to be touched.
4. The nipples
The nipples are uncharted territory—an erogenous zone they haven’t experimented with. Gently flick them with your tongue, bite them, stroke them, whatever gets those nips a-popping.
5. The ultra-sensitive border around the lips
The buccal nerve, which surrounds the edges of the mouth, has untapped potential to stimulate when you’re kissing. This area is extremely sensitive to touch, but it’s often overlooked since most people focus on the plump part of the lips.
6. That s*xy dip where the neck meets the chest
The entire area between your jawline and shoulders is an erogenous zone, but there’s one particular destination that’ll spark more goosebumps than any other part. It’s that little indentation where the neck connects with the collarbone.
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