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Erogenous zones of man and woman

According to many sexologists, in the erogenous zones, in addition to the usual nerve endings, there are specific receptors of sexual sensitivity (genital bodies) that respond to touch.

The most excitable erogenous zone in men is the glans penis. All nerve endings that give pleasant sensations and support an erection are located precisely in the head of the male organ.

Less excitable erogenous zones are the root of the penis and scrotum. The displacement of the skin of the penis and the sliding of the foreskin along the head also cause excitement.

The head of the penis is excited when it comes into contact with anything. During frictions, if the width of the woman’s vagina is optimal for the man’s penis, sweet sensations arise from movements of the foreskin along the penis.

But the head of the penis receives insufficient stimulation if there is no contact with the cervix. That is, the entire remaining length of the penis serves as if to deliver the head to the cervix. Although the sliding of the foreskin and the skin of the penis along the wall of the vagina is also stimulation, in some cases it is not enough for men if the penis does not reach the cervix.

The optimal position for both partners is when the head of the penis barely touches the cervix. The position in which the penis touches the uterus painfully and roughly is incorrect.

The choice of posture for sexual intercourse depends on the proportions of the anatomical parameters of the genitals of both partners. The most optimal for partners with normal parameters of genitalia are the positions “a woman sitting on top” – the pose of “little Vera” and the “horsewoman pose”, the position “a woman on the man’s knees” – face to face and back to face of a man, many cross positions.

The ratio of the most important erogenous zones of women according to A. Kinsey, A. M. Svyadoshch, M. Kinessa, W. Masters, V. Johnson and other sexologists is approximately as follows: in the first place is the clitoris, in the second place is the cervix and the vaginal wall and on the third, breast nipples.

Important erogenous zones are also the labia minora, the entrance to the vagina and the external opening of the urethra (urethra). But in different women, the ratio of the importance of erogenous zones may be somewhat different.

A specific organ of female sexual sensitivity, according to all sexologists, is the clitoris. The only physiological role of the clitoris is to induce feelings of voluptuousness.

According to the American scientist A. Kinsey, a specialist in the female clitoris, the clitoris gives up to 70% of female voluptuousness. The cervix belongs to 15 to 25%, breast nipples – 10-15%.

The clitoris is located in the upper part of the genital fissure, directly under the pubis, in the form of a small conical tubercle. Its sizes can be from a few millimeters to 3 centimeters.

In a calm state, the clitoris can be almost indistinguishable, under the fingers it feels like a soft seal the size of a millet grain or like a soft papilla. It is covered with a gentle crease. If this fold is very dense, then the clitoris sensitivity can be reduced.

In the state of sexual arousal of a woman, the clitoris increases in one and a half to two times, becomes dense, its head approaches the entrance to the vagina. The clitoris, and especially its head, contains 3-4 times more nerve endings than the head of the penis.

The excitability of the clitoris and the erotic reaction of a woman do not depend on its size. According to A.M.Svyadoshch, a leading domestic specialist in the field of female sexopathology, clitoris sensitivity in various women is selective. Some women respond to rhythmic pressure, others to slow, light touches, and others to pressure on the body and head while pulling them up.

Most women require a frequent change of place and method of stimulation, since after a few tens of seconds the clitoris site, on which the stimulation appears, becomes highly excitable, but the nearby site becomes highly excitable.

Stimulation of the clitoris in some women causes an erotic reaction only if it is preceded by general caresses, which increase the arousal of a woman. Small lips are much less reactive than the clitoris.

The excitability of the vagina in different women is different. In most women, the entrance and the outer third of the vagina are most sensitive. They respond to pressure and tangential rhythmic irritations that occur with frictions.

A.M.Svyadoshch considers the front wall of the vagina the most sensitive for stimulation. He found that a specific vaginal zone, which he called zone S, is highly excitable. To stimulate this zone, deep rhythmic pressure is required on the front wall of the outer quarter of the vagina and the underlying tissues with the wall of the vagina pressed against the inner surface of the pubic bone. The usual pressure on this zone, which occurs during frictions, has a weak erotic effect. The positions at which this zone is stimulated are described in the chapter on sexual intercourse poses.

Sometimes there are women who respond to deep rhythmic pressure on the back wall of the vagina and perineal muscles. Recommendations for these positions are also given in the corresponding chapter.

A.M.Svyadoshch writes that in 24% of women, a strong erotic reaction occurs with deep rhythmic pressure on the posterior vaginal fornix. The cervix, he considers insensitive to touch and pressure.

There is no contradiction in this. M. Kinessa writes that without excitation of the clitoris, cervical irritation does not give a woman anything but pain, and the cervix participates in the formation of an orgasm only at the height of a woman’s sexual arousal, achieved by stimulation of other erogenous zones.

One of the common misconceptions of men and women is that after surgical removal of the uterus, the woman allegedly loses her ability to experience an orgasm, and the man’s feelings also change with coition. This is absolutely untrue.

The absence of the uterus, fibroids, and even the underdevelopment of the uterus does not affect the sexual feeling of a woman. This does not affect the feelings of a man, since during surgery a woman leaves the cervix and, accordingly, the anterior and posterior vaginal fornix. So the opinion of some men is only a self-suggestion that now they are “missing something.” Men who do not know that a woman has removed the uterus, during coition with her, have the same feelings as before her.

Stimulation of the breast nipples in 50% of women causes sexual arousal, and in some it can even lead to the onset of orgasm. The literature describes cases when a woman experienced pleasant sensations when breast-feeding a baby, as well as expressing breast milk, if someone helped her with this. There is such an expression – “to break up,” when a woman immediately after giving birth has a lump in the mammary glands due to the fact that the milk is very thick, but she herself cannot do this, so a nurse or other experienced woman helps her to “break out” in lying position when all parts of the gland are more accessible. Despite the painfulness of such a procedure, women experienced pleasant sensations.

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