But in Japan, the neck is considered an erogenous
zone, and women are advised to wear high-necked blouses or a scarf.
The glamorization of these particular protrusions and cleavages in the erogenous
zones of our collective imagination has damaged both them and us.
Some research findings support the potential for an SCI woman to reach sexual satisfcation by stimulating other erogenous
areasor using fantasy.
The underrated erogenous
zone is the fleshy part of the vagina above the labia, also known as the pubic mound, but most people skip over it during foreplay.
Physical factors: the blood supply to all the pelvic organs increases and pregnancy hormones make the vulva more erogenous
Sports Freak commented: "Guys have erogenous
nipples too you know.
Proving that striking the right tone is all it takes to transform an outlandish concept--like an antiquarian book dealer launching an escort service to compensate for lost income--into a relatively classy night at the movies, John Turturro brings sensitivity and intelligence to a subject that could have gone terribly awry in "Fading Gigolo:' Featuring a welcome performance by Woody Allen as the world's unlikeliest pimp, and a wonderfully sensual turn by Turturro as an equally surprising lover, this wryly observant dramedy recognizes (and respects) the erogenous
appeal of cinema in a way that should play especially well to the distaff half of older arthouse-goers.
Ancient historic accounts and recent scientific evidence leave little doubt that during sexual activity the foreskin is a functional and highly sensitive, erogenous
structure, capable of providing pleasure to its owner and his potential partners.
actful s hat rlie she Dorothy Perkins is full on vamp with dresses displaying the new erogenous
zone - the back and shoulders.
Dear reader, FROM toe sucking to foot fetishes, feet are a common erogenous
With observations about contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and the erogenous
zones, Defending the Caveman is not just for male theatre-goers - it has both sexes laughing in recognition as they identify themselves in the tales being told.
IN response to Brian Cook's letter (Viewpoints, November 28) complaining about the sparse attendance for the play Erogenous
Zones at the New Theatre.