Cosmopolitan August 2018 - Page 87

YOUR PLEASURE KEY FULL O POTENTIAL
EROGENOUS ZONE
zone . ( Men also found the neck to be particularly erotic .) Invite bae to gently run his or her fingers along your nape , then alternate between light sucking and kissing .
CHEST
Yeah , it sounds out there , but spiritual gurus believe that accessing the energy in your ‘ heart centre ’ in the middle of your chest ( different from your actual heart ) may cause a feeling of release . During sex , alternate touching your vulva and your chest , and
as you inhale , imagine pulling the energy in your genitals up to your chest until it builds up and is released in a rush of pleasure in your chest area . This may lead to a deeper emotional connection with your partner .
NIPPLES
When lightly twisted or sucked on , your nipples become erect and light up the brain ’ s pleasure centre the same way genital stimulation does . Playing with them can also cause uterine contractions that help you reach your peak .
SIDE BOOB
The side of your breasts can handle a little more pressure than your super-sensitive nipples , according to research . Grab a handful the next time you ’ re going solo , or have your mate give your ladies a rubdown with massage oil .
CORE
10 percent of women have reported feeling a deep internal climax while exercising , according to one study . ( Among the most common exercises were ab work , climbing , and weight lifting .) When you work out , you increase blood flow all over your bod , but some moves may also trigger your pelvic-floor muscles , which contract when you orgasm .
WRISTS
The thin skin on the inside of your wrists , also a pulse point , makes the area
especially sensitive for some . Have your partner kiss them lightly or gently tie a scarf around them during foreplay .
FINGERTIPS
The nerve-dense pads of your digits can be used to your advantage by having your lover gently suck on them . Or press your tips against theirs in an intimate move that will boost your bond .
CLITORIS The clitoris is the wishbone-shaped home to 8,000 sensory nerve endings that extends through your labia and runs along your lady parts internally — making it the Mecca for most women ’ s bed-breaking orgasms . Try up-and-down motions right on your external C-spot with your fingers , or opt for more indirect stimulation by rubbing your labia .
CERVIX
Your cervix ( at the top of your vaginal canal , near the opening to your uterus ) is a hot spot because of its proximity to the vagus nerve , a pathway that carries info to the brain that can lead to intense climaxes .
URETHRA
Because of the clitoris ’ shape , it surrounds three sides of your urethra ( where your pee comes from ... and no , we won ’ t call this a pee-gasm ). Technically , touching here still counts as a clitoral climax , but it ’ s more indirect contact — and
two-thirds of women prefer that .
VAGINA
P-in-V sex hits your G-spot , a coin-size area along the top wall of your vaginal canal . While the G-spot is packed with nerve endings , very few women orgasm from vaginal penetration alone . However , during foreplay , your partner can massage this spot in a come-hither motion with one finger while you press down gently on your abdomen to create a pleasurable pressure that can end with an O .
BUTT
Your booty has a lot of sensory nerve endings , so the area can be a major sexy centre , but also quite sensitive . Proceed with caution : go slowly , practice with what feels good , and use plenty of lube when inserting anything back there ( the anus isn ’ t self-lubricating like the vagina ).
BEHIND THE KNEES
An oft-ignored spot , the backs of your knees love a soft smooch or stroke from your bedmate . But this is also a very ticklish spot , so watch out for knee jerks !
FEET
It ’ s not everyone ’ s thing , but a foot massage or light toe sucking can light up the brain area adjacent to the one connected with genital touching . That explains why some people get off on playing footsie ! Try asking your SO to knead the bottom of your foot to see if it feels good . n
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as you inhale, imagine pulling the energy in your genitals up to your chest until it builds up and is released in a rush of pleasure in your chest area. This may lead to a deeper emotional connection with your partner. NIPPLES When lightly twisted or sucked on, your nipples become erect and light up the brain’s pleasure centre the same way genital stimulation does. Playing with them can also cause uterine contractions that help you reach your peak. YOUR PLEASURE KEY FULL O POTENTIAL EROGENOUS ZONE SIDE BOOB The side of your breasts can handle a little more pressure than your super-sensitive nipples, according to research. Grab a handful the next time you’re going solo, or have your mate give your ladies a rubdown with massage oil. CORE zone. (Men also found the neck to be particularly erotic.) Invite bae to gently run his or her fingers along your nape, then alternate between light sucking and kissing. CHEST Yeah, it sounds out there, but spiritual gurus believe that accessing the energy in your ‘heart centre’ in the middle of your chest (different from your actual heart) may cause a feeling of release. During sex, alternate touching your vulva and your chest, and 10 percent of women have reported feeling a deep internal climax while exercising, according to one study. (Among the most common exercises were ab work, climbing, and weight lifting.) When you work out, you increase blood flow all over your bod, but some moves may also trigger your pelvic-floor muscles, which contract when you orgasm. WRISTS The thin skin on the inside of your wrists, also a pulse point, makes the area especially sensitive for some. Have your partner kiss them lightly or gently tie a scarf around them during foreplay. FINGERTIPS The nerve-dense pads of your digits can be used to your advantage by having your lover gently suck on them. Or press your tips against theirs in an intimate move that will boost your bond. CLITORIS The clitoris is the wishbone-shaped home to 8,000 sensory nerve endings that extends through your labia and runs along your lady parts internally—making it the Mecca for most women’s bed-breaking orgasms. Try up-and-down motions right on your external C-spot with your fingers, or opt for more indirect stimulation by rubbing your labia. CERVIX Your cervix (at the top of your vaginal canal, near the opening to your uterus) is a hot spot because of its proximity to the vagus nerve, a pathway that carries info to the brain that can lead to intense climaxes. URETHRA Because of the clitoris’ shape, it surrounds three sides of your urethra (where your pee comes from...and no, we won’t call this a pee-gasm). Technically, touching here still counts as a clitoral climax, bu ]8&\[ܙB[\X۝X8%[ԈSԑHԑPUԒQTTUS˒S]\وY[Y\] QSB Z[U^][\\ H[\^H\XH[ۙB[و[\Y[[[[ [HH\\œXY]\H[[\H]Y[ܙ\BHY[[[]][ۂ[ۙK]\\[™ܙ\^K[\\\[X\YH\[HYKZ]\[[ۂ]ۙH[\[B[H\ۈ[Hۂ[\XY[ܙX]HBX\\XH\\H][[][˂U[\H\Hق[ܞH\H[[H\XH[HBXZ܈^H[K][œ]Z]H[]]KYY]]][ێKXXH]]Y[™ [\H[BوXH[[\[˜[][X\H B[\\۸&][[XX][›ZHHY[JKRSHӑQT[ٝ ZYۛܙY BXو[\ۙY\ݙHBٝ[܈HB[\YX]K]\\˜[H\HX\ ]]܈ۙYH\BQU]8&\]\[ۙx&\[]HX\YH܈YHX[[Y\BZ[\XHYX[BۙHۛXY][][X[ˈ]^Z[HYH[H]ٙۈ^Z[YHHB\[[\ۙXYHHو[\›YHY]Y[ UQT8" NSUS