His Top 4 Erogenous Zones


His Top 4 Erogenous Zones
Did you ever know that men have more than one zone? Here are some things you HAVE to know.

By Ruby Rose, for GalTime.com

a map to your man's erogenous zones



Yes, ladies. We are talking ZONES. Plural, as in more than one place. File away everything you think you already know about where to touch, kiss or even nibble your guy. There are places on your man’s body that you are probably neglecting-- and therefore missing out on some opportunities for sensual moments. We asked Darren Michaels, author of Flipside Erotica, Both Sides of the Story, to clue us in on a man's most sexually sensitive zones.

First we will provide some “lessons” that you need to learn and then we will follow up with some “homework.” Be sure to be a good student!


What to Know About a Guy’s Erogenous Zones

Lesson 1: Take Notes

It’s important to let your partner know that they can and should lead you to where they are most responsive. Everyone is different and while these tips are probably going to be correct for most men, they can also lead you to even more sensitive spots if you are open for suggestions. Look for nonverbal signs that your man likes what you are doing. “It’s easy to turn my head and direct someone to that spot on my neck right above my collarbone that I like kissed so much,” Michaels explains. “Making sure I react when she hits that spot is key also; the feedback generally warrants more attention to that spot.”


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Lesson 2: Time for Show and Tell


Start by exploring your man’s body and have him tell you what he likes. Talking is encouraged during this lesson, so be sure to have him show you what he likes or you can give some examples yourself. “Most men learn about sex by listening to their older male friends brag about their sexual conquests and watching porn. Not a good base to build from to say the least,” Michaels says. “Plenty of them need and would like some assistance in the area.”

Lesson 3: Don’t Over-Think

Be selfless when the lights get turned down. “A good lover doesn’t have near as much concern for their own pleasure as they do for their partner’s,” reminds Michaels. He explains that a woman’s “job” is easier than we think. Basically, you just need to remember two things he says, “Show up and do whatever you do with some enthusiasm.” Check and CHECK!

Now it’s time for your homework. As you remember the lessons above, go forth and explore the following areas. Michaels gives us some hints as to where a man is most sensitive.


This article was originally published at . Reprinted with permission.
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