HOT! Touching THIS Spot On A Woman Makes Her Crazy-Horny

Photo: weheartit
surprise
Sex, Self

Listen up, brosefs...

Women can attest that there have been many times where our partners touch places that don't put us in the mood. The biggest problem is: they keep going back. But thankfully, Medical Daily confirms the most sensual spots on the woman's body, so now our partners can be well informed.

According to Medical Daily, a recent study was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, in which scientists found a way to "eliminate the process altogether by identifying the most erogenous female body parts, based on touch, pressure, and vibration."

Canadian researchers at the University of Montreal recruited 30 women between the ages of 18 and 35 for this sensual experiment. Researchers used a "light touch, pressure, and vibration, and studied each woman's clitoris, labia minora, vaginal and anal margins, the lateral breast, areola, and nipple."

Afterwards, they compared the results to "neutral areas on the body, such as the neck, forearm, and abdomen."  

The participants' bodies were stimulated with "scientific instruments" while they were covered with a bed sheet. Then, the participants were asked the participants to rank their sensitivity to light touch, pressure, and vibration stimulated by the instruments in each area. Each type of stimulation was given for 1.5 seconds, and then scientists waited for five seconds to ask how it felt.

Overall, the findings of the study were obvious: "When it came to light touch, the neck, forearm, and vaginal margin were ranked the most sensitive area, and the areola was reported the least sensitive.

The clitoris and nipple were the most sensitive when it came to pleasure, whereas the lateral breast and abdomen were the least. Lastly, the clitoris and nipple were found to be the most sensitive to vibration. The clitoris, expectedly, was the most sensitive to vibration compared to all the body parts."

Unsurprisingly, "the female genitals were found to be more sensitive to pressure and vibration compared to touch."

As a side note, for those of us with significant others who constantly show love to our feet, a study found "it to be the least appealing part of the male and female anatomy when it comes to studying the link between sex and the brain." 

So, tell him to stop licking your toes and to focus more on your clitoris to ensure that foreplay is effectively and efficiently raising your libido. You want to love his touch, not rent it.

Author
Blogger