Sextion: Four more sensitive body parts to stimulate this Valentine’s Day weekend


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Last year, I told you about four of the most sensitive parts of the human body to make your Valentine’s Day Weekend (yes, it’s a weekend.) especially enjoyable. Clearly, you all enjoyed it so much that it was one of the 10 most-read Blog posts of 2013, so thank you! Now I’m back to tell you about four more body parts that you and your partner can use this Valentine’s Day to really heat up this incredibly chilly winter:

The Balls: When it comes to providing pleasure for a male-bodied lover, one must never forget about his two little friends: the balls, or scrotum, is the protective sac in which the testicles are encased. They are incredibly, incredibly sensitive, and must be handled with care. If you’re unsure where to start, have your partner show you how he handles himself. And when it’s your turn to touch, have him tell you what he likes and doesn’t like. Hold them in your hands to start, and then work on gently rubbing them with your fingers. When you are feeling more confident, use your mouth as well, licking or sucking them. Try alternating by putting one in your mouth and then the other. Find the seam that looks like it’s connecting the two (this is called the raphe) and trace it with your finger or tongue. Even when performing other activities, such as blow jobs and intercourse, don’t forget to show the boys some love! Also, for more ball-related fun that isn’t necessarily sexual, try out the cremasteric reflex, in which rubbing of the inner thigh draws up the testicle on that side of the body. And it’s the name of a band!

The Breasts and Nipples: The breasts are for more than just viewing pleasure. The breasts can be arousing for both partners to touch, hold, kiss, and suck during sexual activity. The nipple and the surrounding areola are incredibly sensitive for many women and should be the main focus of any breast-play (1% of women can even orgasm from nipple stimulation alone!). Oxytocin, a feel-good hormone that is released during arousal also causes nipple erection and is further released upon nipple stimulation. This hormone is also involved in feelings of trust and romantic attraction. Prolactin (yes the hormone that induces milk production in nursing mothers) is also released by nipple stimulation sexually, and is the cause of that tingly, post-orgasm afterglow. So, when playing with the nipples, touching, licking, and sucking can all be incredibly arousing. For those that like more intense nipple play, pinching and biting may also be appropriate. It is important to know that every person’s sensitivity is different. Women with larger breasts traditionally do not have great nipple sensitivity, so it is important to talk about what your partner likes before attacking the nipples full force:


But, it is of course important to remember that women aren’t the only ones with nipples. For centuries, philosophers and scientists alike have asked the question: Why do men have nipples? And while I know there’s a perfectly reasonable biological explanation, I think that the most important function is sexual pleasure. In fact, according to the Journal of Sexual Medicine, 51.7% of males reported that stimulation of the nipples caused or enhanced their arousal. Surprisingly, most of the men that I have hooked up with have more sensitive nipples than I do! This is because, like women, men release those feel-good hormones (oxytocin and prolactin) when their nipples are stimulated too! But, also like women, sensitivity varies among men. Start small and work your way up to more intense nipple action if both parties so desire.

And now for some more gender-neutral body parts:

The Ears: Like the nipples, most men that I have hooked up with have more sensitive ears than I do, particularly the earlobe and the area just behind the ear. So during your next hookup, along with some sexy whispering and moaning into said orifice, try kissing the spot on his neck behind the ear, then pull on your partner’s earlobe lightly with your teeth. This will stimulate nerve endings within the ear that are hardly ever accessed, and this can be very tantalizing indeed for both men and women and everyone in between. 

The Backs of the Knees: Strangely enough, the backs of the knees are also incredibly sensitive, probably due to the fact that the skin covering this area is very thin, soft, and hairless. Like the neck, abdomen, inner thighs, and feet, this spot may be too ticklish at first, so perhaps wait until later in your foreplay to whip out these spots. Alternate between a light soft touch and firmer pressure to know exactly the best ways these body parts can be used to their full potential.

Working with all of these parts in concert is often the most arousing, so pull on an earlobe while rubbing a nipple or tracing a path down the abdomen. Or suck that particularly sensitive spot on the neck while lightly teasing his balls. I personally think that almost every part of the body can be an erogenous zone if you touch it enough, and these zones can be equally arousing for all genders. That’s why I think the picture below is entirely false, and why it is saved as “DUMB” on my Desktop.


So there we have it folks. I hope you all have an amazing Valentine’s Day weekend and use these and all your body parts to their maximum pleasure potential!


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