Love and sexuality
 
Sexual pleasure
 
Erogenous zones
What are they?

Erogenous zones are the parts of your body that are the most responsive to sexual stimulation.

The skin covering our entire body is one big, magnificent erogenous zone. Skin is very sensitive to the touch and to different sensations. For example, you may feel sexually aroused if your partner touches your skin, tickles you, gives you a massage, kisses you, etc. Sexual pleasure isn’t limited to orgasm, there’s a great deal more to it than that.

You can explore your erogenous zones to get to know them better and find out what gives you the most pleasure and satisfaction. This is particularly true for girls because their genitals are more discreet than those of guys.

This will help you become more and more at ease with your body and your sexuality, and it will be easier to guide your partner toward your erogenous zones if you know where they are.

For guys: the most excitable parts of the body are:
  • neck
  • ears (especially the lobes)
  • mouth (lips and tongue)
  • navel
  • armpits
  • nipples
  • penis
  • tip of the penis (glans)
  • prostate
  • anus
  • etc.

For girls: the most excitable parts of the body are:
  • neck
  • ears (especially the lobes)
  • mouth (lips and tongue)
  • navel
  • armpits
  • breasts (especially the nipples)
  • buttocks
  • inner thighs
  • vulva
  • vagina
  • clitoris
  • G-spot
  • etc.

 
Orgasm and sexual satisfaction

Sexual satisfaction: what is it?

Sexual satisfaction varies from one person to another and from one situation to the next. This means that certain caresses will arouse you and others won’t, whereas it might be the opposite for someone else. It’s up to you to take the time to explore. Why not find out about your partner’s specific tastes and tell him/her about yours?

Several factors can affect your desire and sexual pleasure, including stress, fatigue, mood, and your feelings toward your partner. Sexual pleasure isn’t just physical.

Orgasm: what is it?


An orgasm is the climax of sexual pleasure. It is achieved when sexual arousal is at its maximum. It is accompanied by involuntary muscular contractions in the sex organs. For girls, it is felt in the vulva and vagina and for guys, it occurs through ejaculation.

Orgasms aren’t all the same; they vary in intensity from one person to another and from one sexual relation to the next. They also rarely occur simultaneously for both partners.

The four phases of orgasm
1- Excitement: With sexual stimulation through kissing and caressing, the guy will get an erection and the girl will experience vaginal lubrication.
2- Plateau: In this phase, you achieve the highest level of sexual excitement and maintain it for a certain amount of time (of varied duration).
3- Orgasm: Orgasm is the quick and powerful climax of sexual pleasure; the guy ejaculates and the girl experiences vaginal contractions.
4- Resolution: Sexual arousal diminishes and the body returns to a normal, relaxed state.

The most important thing
is to feel comfortable with your sexuality and to ensure your partner feels good too.

The differences between guys and girls


It’s nothing new: guys and girls are different, and their genitalia are very different. Generally speaking, girls take longer to achieve orgasm because their level of sexual arousal increases gradually with sexual touching. Guys, on the other hand, can get an erection and then have an orgasm (ejaculation) very quickly. Did you know, though, that a girl can have several orgasms in quick succession?
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