Most of us who have had a chance to explore our sexual sides know that an orgasm is the release of sexual tension. And this sexual excitement is achieved by gradually increasing and enhancing the stimulation of pleasure points- also called as erogenous zones. Therefore, in order to keep your bedroom game hot, both you and your S.O. need to recognise each other’s sensual trigger areas.
It’s no secret that female-bodied people have some very unique pleasure points on their bodies, and ideally, both you and your bedroom bae know exactly where to stimulate for a toe-curling climax. Your male partner, on the other hand, also has some surprising erogenous zones that, when stimulated, will take their orgasms and your sex life a notch higher.
Below is a list of some of the most significant erogenous areas in the male body. Take a look, and then bring what you’ve learned to good use IRL!
1. The F-Spot
Allow your tongue to roll over the region while performing oral sex or try stroking it with your thumb while moving your fingers around the shaft. Switch between stimulating their F spot and the less sensitive base of the penis to gradually increase their arousal.
Many people have been conditioned to concentrate exclusively on ones genitals during sex. You will open up a whole new universe of possibilities for them if you increase their capacity to have sexual experiences in their entire body. For many men, the thumb is actually a sexy point.
Sucking on a man’s thumb evokes the sensation of sucking on something else (wink wink), and it can help him link his mind and body when getting intimate.
3. Gluteal Fold
The crease where their thigh meets their butt cheek is a terrific hotspot. It’s a sensually responsive area which might explain why some people enjoy being spanked.
Slowly ease into it. Stroke them with your fingertips, then run your fingernails over the area before slapping them gently. As they’re lying on their stomach. Try kissing a path down their back, across their hips, and then softly nibbling and fluttering it with your tongue before moving on to the inner thighs. It’s sure to get them all excited!
4. Soles of the Feet
In the soles of their feet, men have a greater density of nerve endings than women. Pressing on the “bubbling spring” point about a third of the way down from the third toe; right in front of the arch in the center of the foot, may increase blood flow in the body; leaving your S.O. hot and fired up.
Begin your foreplay by giving them a foot massage: Prepare a warm towel to warm up their feet and put them on a pillow in your lap. Thenconcentrate on this male erogenous zone by gently rubbing your thumb around it, as a move to a more erotic rubdown.
5. The P-Spot
The male prostate gland is a hotbed of nerve endings and one of the most dominant male erogenous zones, situated around three-quarters of a finger length within the anus. It’s comparable to a woman’s G-spot, and gently massaging this region can cause a powerful orgasm.
Before you try to finger your partner’s anus, speak to them outside of the bedroom to make sure they don’t get any unforeseen surprises (yes, consent is required!). There are other ways to stimulate your partner’s prostate if they don’t want you to use your fingers to gently penetrate the region. One way to do this is to rub their perineum, which is the smooth strip of skin that runs between the testicles and the anus. Since the prostate is situated internally between the base of the penis and the anus, rubbing your S.O. outside of that region will actively stimulate the gland.
Start by stroking around the areola and softly tweaking the nipple with your fingers if you’re with someone who absolutely loves nipple stimulation. Increase the pressure and gently bite it as you lick around and suck on it. Nipples may also be bent and pulled for a maximum inﬂuence.
Sucking on an ice cube and then sucking on their nipples is yet another deal. The cold will cause their nipples to contract, intensifying the sensations.
7. Scrotal Raphe
It’s easy to shower attention on their penis, but don’t neglect their balls. It feels wonderful to stimulate the scrotal sack, which is the loose skin that surrounds the testicles. The raphe is the line that runs all the way in the middle like a seam, and it’s a male erogenous zone to which you should certainly pay attention.
Most people enjoy the raphe being gently flicked with the tongue. Your ‘sexy someone’ would get absolutely entanced in this new sensations, and novelty will lead to stronger orgasms. Allow them to assist you about how much pressure they prefer, as this varies from person to person.
The sacrum is a triangular bone between the hips at the base of the spine: the small of their back. Since the sacrum contains nerves that connect to the genitals, stimulating these nerves may send sensations to their down-there parts.
Encourage your partner to lie down on their stomach and stroke them with light karate-chop motions around their sacrum. This not only stimulates the sacral nerves, but it also activates the parasympathetic nervous system; which is responsible for relaxation, letting go, and reaching climax.
Now you know where to lick, bite, suck or glide your fingers to drive them wild! Have fun.