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What are Erogenous Zones?

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“The term “erogenous zone” applies to people of all genders and simply refers to the parts of the body that experience heightened sensitivity and/or signal sexual arousal of some kind. These zones are found all over the body, and are far more complex and intricate than just the genitals.” (Sustain Natural) An erogenous zone is part of the body that when stimulated creates feelings of sexual desire. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Knowing where your erogenous zones are can help you learn more about what turns you on. We have said it before and we will say it again, exploring your own body is important to understand what brings you pleasure and what does not and it will also help you find those spots or erogenous zones that have that extra something, something.

The erogenous zones list includes private parts, erogenous zones are certainly not limited to one's genitals. Common ones include the clitoris, vulva, penis, nipples, backs of the knees, inner thighs, belly button, neck, shoulders, lips, ears, and perineum This is not a comprehensive list, anywhere on the body could be an erogenous zone for someone.
Exploring your erogenous zones can make you feel sensations you hadn’t thought you could. If getting your toes licked sends vibrations throughout your body, your feet may be a sweet spot. Similarly, if you love the feeling of getting a back rub or your neck kissed, stimulating your personal erogenous zones may send your sex life over the edge. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Erogenous zones vary from person to person something that will work for someone that might not work for another. This is part of what makes exploring pleasure so much fun.


Disclaimer: The information contained in this document should be read as general in nature and is only to provide and overview of the subject matter. Please read product packaging carefully and follow all instructions. Seek advice specific to your situation from your medical professional or mental health professional.

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