erogenous zone


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any area of the body especially sensitive to sexual stimulation

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LONDON, February 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Philips Intimate Massagers has launched a complete set of his and hers Love Maps designed to help couples explore and discover multiple erogenous zones together.
Lucas's is a world where everything appears as yet another unwashed erogenous zone, a universe solely populated by phallic symbols and available mammaries, where sophomoric Freudian psychologizing can run amok.
actful s hat rlie she Dorothy Perkins is full on vamp with dresses displaying the new erogenous zone - the back and shoulders.
The research confirms for the first time what many women have experienced themselves - that their nipples can be an erogenous zone too.
The armpits are an erogenous zone for many men and women.
The back is the new erogenous zone, but you won't see gowns that dip below the waistline as we did last year,'' Hall adds.
A cross between The Twilight Zone and The Erogenous Zone, it was a kind of surreal Brigadoon for Bampots which made little sense.
The Exotic Erotic Ball has always been at the leading edge of America's erogenous zone and RealTouch is an amazing device that promises to push the envelope even further.
THE nipples are a common erogenous zone but what works for one woman doesn't necessarily go for another and your boyfriend is wrong to expect you to be the same as all the other women he's dated.
With hysterical looks into contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and the erogenous zone, "Defending the Caveman" mines the common themes in relationships that go straight to the funny bone.
The belly button can be a super erogenous zone for both men and women - but women tend to be more aware of their hot spots as they appreciate foreplay a lot more than you guys.
What do a toilet, a wedding anniversary and a woman's most erogenous zone have in common?
London, Jan 29 (ANI): The search for G-spot has begun all over again, courtesy the French who've dismissed British scientists' claims that the fabled erogenous zone doesn't exist.
The GrEnfenberg Spot, or G-Spot, is a term used to describe the area of the vagina that might contain an erogenous zone which when stimulated can lead to high levels of sexual arousal and powerful orgasms.
WATCH out, watch out, there's a new erogenous zone about.