& Erectile Zones
The word erogenous comes from the mythological Greek god Eros, the God of Love and son of Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love. The Romans called him Cupid, usually depicted as the little cherub with white wings and a bow an arrow taking aim at the hearts of lovers! For. this reason erogenous means: “arouses sexual desire.”
All men and women who are proud of being men and women, should know and understand their own erogenous zones and those of their partners.
This vital knowledge about the very sensitive parts of the body will enable them to sexually “turn on” their partners and to perform much better themselves, resulting in deeply gratifying high wattage orgasms. Know where the sexual switches are located and turn them on! ]
|Men - Maximum Sensitivity|
|Genital Organ||Lips and Tongue||Nose & Eyelids|
Men - Other Highly Sensitive Zones
|Inner Sides Of The Thighs|
|Erogenous Zones In Women|
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|Genital Organs||Lips & Tongue||Eyelids & Nose|
- - High Sensitivity - -
All erogenous zones have a high concentration of nerve endings and special receptors: (a) Meisner’s little bodies for light or discriminative touch and (b) Paccini’s little bodies to feel pressure touch. These Paccini little bodies look like onions with a liquid between its layers so that pressure is hydraulically intensified!
All electric sensations of the erogenous zones are transmitted to the brain sexual centers — rational and nonrational — which return the messages to the respective sexual organs...
Erectile Zones The word erectile is derived from the Latin “erectus” which means: rigid by distention. The erectile tissues or zones in man and woman are analogous.
|In Man||In Woman|
|Penis||Clitoris & Vigina|
The discovery that the nostrils and the lower part of the ear lobes are erectile zones was made by the painters not physicians. Renaissance painters observed while painting the faces of female models, that their nostrils dilated and the ear lobes (lower part) distended slightly due to sexual excitement. Today, we can verify the same changes as we carefully observe our partner when the music is subdued and the light is soft.
"The Secret." Auguste Rodin. The fingers have a secret power to excite
Before studying the orgasms in man and woman we need to understand the two sexual centers: one rational, the other-nonrational.
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