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Hahahaaaa...! females have our erogenous zones scattered all over our bodies.....! bt you males....tobaaaaa...! i think its nt true bhana.... btw nmecheka mpk machozi izo pics duh
yaani kwa mwanaume 'erogenous zone' ni mshedede tu..
Ndiyo maana inakuwa wanaume wakifikiri kutokea hapo center wanakuwa hawasomeki
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[h=1]Hili neno Erogenous lilikua bomba aka msamiati kwangu. Ilibidi niingie chimboni! Nikagundua boflo anauza chai
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An erogenous zone (from Greek ἔρως eros "love" and English -genous "producing" from Greek -γενής -genes "born") is an area of the human body that has heightened sensitivity, the stimulation of which may result in the production of sexual fantasies or sexual arousal.
People have erogenous zones all over their bodies, but which areas are more sensitive than others vary. Some may resent stimulation that others find arousing. The stimulation of these areas can produce gentle, mild or intense arousal.
The erogenous zones may be classified by the type of sexual excitement that they provoke. Many are gently aroused when their eyelids, eyebrows, temples, shoulders, hands, arms and hair are subtly touched. Gently touching or stroking of these zones stimulates a partner during foreplay and increases the arousal level. Also, the gentle massage or stroke of the abdominal area along with kissing or simply touching the navel can be a type of stimulation.
1.1 Nonspecific zones
1.2 Specific zones
2 Pubic area
4.2 Abdomen and navel
9 Feet and toes
10 See also
12 External links
[h=2]Classification[/h] Erogenous zones are either nonspecific or specific.
[h=3]Nonspecific zones[/h] In these zones, the skin is similar to normal-haired skin and has the normal high density of nerves and hair follicles. These areas include the sides and back of the neck, the inner arms, the axillae (armpits) and sides of the thorax. An exaggerated tickle and anticipatory response are responsible for the heightened sensual response.
[h=3]Specific zones[/h] Specific zones are associated with sexual response, and include areas of the genitals, notably the foreskin and corona of the glans penis, clitoris, vulva and perianal skin, and lips.[SUP][/SUP] The rete ridges of the epithelium are well-formed and more of the nerves are close to the external surface of the skin than in normal-haired skin.[SUP][/SUP]
[h=2]Pubic area[/h] [h=3]Male[/h] Ranked by self-reported degree of ratings of ‘sexual pleasure' the most sensitive part of the penis is the ventral area 'underside of the glans', followed by "'underside of the penile shaft', 'upper side of the glans', 'left and right sides of the glans', 'one or both sides of the penis', 'upper side of the penile shaft', 'foreskin' (11 subjects), 'skin between the scrotum and anus', 'back side of the scrotum', 'front side of the scrotum', and 'around anus'".[SUP][/SUP] The foreskin (including the ridged band of preputial mucosa and the frenulum) and the corona around the glans (head) are sensitive to light touch.[SUP][/SUP] Taylor has postulated that the ridged band is sensitive to movement.[SUP][/SUP] The foreskin, which carries the ridged band and lower frenular delta,[SUP][/SUP] has mucocutaneous end-organs extending from the distal margin to the point where hairy skin starts. The thin dermis and minimal subcutaneous tissue results in closely set nerve networks. Vater-Pacini corpuscles are present. The mucocutaneous end-organs are formed after birth, with few in newborn infants and many well-organized endings in adults.[SUP][/SUP]; Cold and Taylor, citing Winkelmann, stated that the prepuce (foreskin) is primary erogenous tissue;[SUP][/SUP] Alanis and Lucidi describe this as speculative and unproven.[SUP][/SUP]
Males can also be aroused by stimulation to the sides of the glans and penis, upper side of the glans, the foreskin, the front side of the scrotum, the skin between the scrotum and anus perineum, and around the anus.[SUP][/SUP]
The prostate gland may be stimulated from inside the rectum, or by applying pressure on the base of the perineum near the anus. Men who report the sensation of prostate and seminal vesicles stimulation often give descriptions similar to females' accounts of G-spot stimulation.[SUP][/SUP]
[h=3]Female[/h] The clitoris is an erogenous zone on a woman and has the densest concentration of nerve endings of any part of the skin.
[h=2]Head[/h] [h=3]Mouth[/h] The lips and tongue are sensitive and used during kissing.
[h=3]Scalp[/h] Many women find a gentle scalp massage, or any stimulation of the hair follicles, to be anywhere from relaxing to extremely stimulating. Some women also enjoy a rougher touch, to include hair-pulling. Men may also enjoy similar stimulation.
[h=3]Neck[/h] See also: Hickey
The neck, clavicle area and the back of the neck are very sensitive in both males and females, which can be stimulated by licking, kissing or light caressing. Some people also like being bitten gently in these areas, often to the point that a "hickey", or "love-bite" is formed.
[h=3]Ears[/h] Some people find whispering or breathing softly in the ear to be pleasurable, as well as licking, biting or kissing it especially the area of and behind the earlobe.
[h=2]Torso[/h] [h=3]Chest[/h] The areola and nipple contain Golgi-Mazzoni, Vater-Pacini and genital corpuscles. No Meissner's corpuscles and few organized nerve endings are present.[SUP][/SUP] There are concentrations of nerve tissue in the area of ducts and masses of smooth muscle. The hair surrounding the areola adds additional sensory tissue. The mass of smooth muscle and glandular-duct tissue in the nipple and areola block the development of normal dermal nerve networks which are present in other erogenous regions and the development of special end organs. Indeed, the entire breast has a network of nerve endings, and it has the same number of nerve endings no matter how large it is. Accordingly, smaller breasts are more sensitive while larger breasts can be stimulated (e.g. fondled, bitten, sucked) more forcefully. Intense stimulation of a woman's nipples may result in a surge in the production of oxytocin and prolactin which could have a significant effect on her genitals. Having the chest, breasts and nipples stimulated manually (hands), digitally (fingers, toes) and/or orally (mouth, lips, teeth, tongue) is a pleasurable experience enjoyed by many males and females.
[h=3]Abdomen and navel[/h] Main article: Navel Fetishism
Many people find stimulation (kissing, biting, scratching, tickling, caressing) of the abdomen to be pleasurable, especially close to the pubic region. It can cause strong arousal in men and women, in some even stronger than stimulation of the genitals. The navel is one of the many erogenous zones that has heightened sensitivity.[SUP][/SUP] In a 1982 study of eroticism in dress entitled "Skin to Skin," Prudence Glynn claimed that the waist symbolized virginity and that it was the first place that a man would touch a woman "when indicating more than a formal courtesy.[SUP][/SUP][SUP][/SUP] The navel and the region below when touched by the finger or the tip of the tongue result in the production of erotic sensations.[SUP][/SUP][SUP][/SUP] Madonna has told in a interview to the SPIN magazine (May 1985 issue),"When I stick my finger in my belly button, I feel a nerve in the center of my body shoot up my spine".[SUP][/SUP] This is because the navel and the genitals have a common tissue origin, and in some people this connection still exists so that stimulation of the navel will elicit a distinct tickle in the genitals. [SUP][/SUP]
[h=3]Tailbone[/h] Another erogenous zone is located near the base of the spine/tailbone.[SUP][/SUP]
[h=2]Arms[/h] The skin of the arms, and specifically the softer skin of the inner arms and across the creased mid-arm bend covering the ventral side of the elbow, are highly sensitive to manual or lingual stimulation. Caressing with fingers or tongue, more vigorous kneading, and butterfly kissing can initiate arousal and, in some cases, induce clitoral/vaginal orgasm or penile ejaculation without direct contact with the latter areas. The mid-arm bend is especially sensitive due to the thinner skin found there, which makes nerve endings more accessible. Arm sensitivity may be reduced or concentrated to a more narrow range by excessive muscularity or obesity on the one hand, or transformed to uncomfortable tenderness by excessive thinness on the other.
[h=2]Armpits[/h] Some consider the armpits to be an erogenous zone. If pheromones exist for humans, they would likely be secreted by a mixture of liquid from the sebaceous glands with other organic compounds in the body.[SUP][/SUP] George Preti, an organic chemist at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia and Winnefred Cutler of the University of Pennsylvania's psychology department, discovered that women with irregular menstrual cycles became regular when exposed to male underarm extracts.[SUP][/SUP] They hypothesized that the only explanation was that underarms contain pheromones, as there was no other explanation for the effects, which mirrored how pheromones affect other mammals.[SUP][/SUP]
[h=2]Fingers[/h] The fingertips have many nerves and are responsive to very light touches, like the brushing of a tongue, light fingernail scratching or teeth stroking. The sides of the fingers are somewhat less sensitive and more ticklish.[SUP][/SUP] Both light and firmer touches work well at the junction of the fingers. Human fingertips are the second-most sensitive parts of the body, after the tongue.
[h=2]Feet and toes[/h] Due to the concentration of nerve endings in the sole and digits of the human foot, and possibly to the close proximity of the area of the brain dealing with tactile sensations from the feet and the area dealing with sensations from the genitals, the sensations produced by sucking or licking the feet can be pleasurable to some people. Similarly, massaging the sole of the foot produces similar nervous stimulation. Many people are extremely ticklish in the foot area, especially on the bottom of the soles.
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^ [SUP]a[/SUP] [SUP]b[/SUP] [SUP]c[/SUP] [SUP]d[/SUP] Winkelmann RK (1959). "The erogenous zones: their nerve supply and significance". Mayo Clin Proc 34 (2): 39–47.
^ [SUP]a[/SUP] [SUP]b[/SUP] Schober, JM; Meyer-Bahlburg, HF; Dolezal, C. (2009). "Self-ratings of genital anatomy, sexual sensitivity and function in men using the 'Self-Assessment of Genital Anatomy and Sexual Function, Male' questionnaire". BJU Int 103 (8): 1096–103. DOI:10.1111/j.1464-410X.2008.08166.x. PMID 19245445.
^ Sorrells, ML; Snyder, JL; Reiss, MD et al. (2007). "Fine-touch pressure thresholds in the adult penis" (PDF). BJU Int 99: 864–9.
^ Taylor, JR. (2000). "Letter". Pediatrics News 34 (10): 50.
^ Taylor, JR; Lockwood, AP; Taylor, AJ. (1996). "The prepuce: specialized mucosa of the penis and its loss to circumcision". Br J Urol 77: 291–5. DOI:10.1046/j.1464-410X.1996.85023.x. PMID 8800902.
^ Cold, CJ; Taylor, JR. "The prepuce". BJU Int 83 Supp 1: 34–44.
^ Alanis MC, Lucidi RS (May 2004). "Neonatal circumcision: a review of the world's oldest and most controversial operation". Obstet Gynecol Surv 59 (5): 379–95. DOI:10.1097/00006254-200405000-00026. PMID 15097799.
^ Ladas, AK; Whipple, B; Perry, JD (1982). The G spot and other discoveries about human sexuality. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.
^ [SUP]a[/SUP] [SUP]b[/SUP] A celebration of sex - Douglas E. Rosenau - Chapter 3 - Your Erogenous Zones .
^ Suzy Menkes (May 29, 1994). "RUNWAYS; Naked Came The Midriff". The New York Times. Retrieved 20 March 2012.
^ Prudence Glynn (1982). Skin to skin: eroticism in dress. Oxford University Press. pp. 157. ISBN 0195203917, 9780195203912.
^ Touch Me There!: A Hands-On Guide to Your Orgasmic Hot Spots - Yvonne K. Fulbright.
^ Confessions of a Madonna - May 1985
^ The Essence of Tantric Sexuality - Sex and Sexuality Series - Mark A. Michaels, Patricia Johnson, Rudolph Ballentine - Chapter 13 - Tertiary Erogenic Zones
^ TANTRIC SEX, SAFE SEX (under "Erotic Massage" section)
^ [SUP]a[/SUP] [SUP]b[/SUP] [SUP]c[/SUP] Looking for love potion number nine, Cathryn M. Delude, Boston Globe, September 2, 2003.
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