Most of us have heard at some point or another that men and women, the Marses and Venuses of the humanoid planetary system, are star-crossed lovers: Men hit their sexual peak at 18, while women hit their sexual peak at 35, never the twain to peak or orgasm simultaneously. A recent column in The Telegraph complicates this further by suggesting that we start calling women in their 50s or 60s particularly those who prefer younger mennot Cougars, but WHIPs: Women who are hot, intelligent and in their prime. This raises a question: If women are in their prime later in life, are we even more misaligned from the year-old male prime than we thought, or has that shifted too?
Plus, how to stimulate his most sensitive spots for a more intense orgasm. It's no secret that women have some very specific pleasure points on their body, and hopefully, your guy is no stranger to the clitoris and G-spot. Yet you might be surprised to know that the male body also has particular erogenous zones, or trigger spots, that-when stimulated-will make his orgasms more powerful and your sex life better than ever.
But after a few years, he may grow a little tired of the same old strokes and seek ways to switch things up. Often this involves new positions or sex toys, but another alternative is to explore pleasure points other than the penis. Having spent so many years attending to penis care, it may behoove a guy to also get to know other parts of his body equally well.
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By Olivia Elgart For Dailymail. Sex experts reveal the top male erogenous zones that women should pay attention to on their partner during intercourse. While you may have thought there were only a few hot spots on the male body to focus your attention on during sexual encounters, there are actually quite a few major focal points on the male body that when triggered, can instantly lead to an orgasm.
The assessment of sensory detection thresholds on the perineum and breast compared with control body sites. The journal of sexual medicine,May. Still, while everyone is a little different when it comes to getting turned on, people generally agree about which erogenous zones are most pleasurable.
Why do men have nipples? Because God wants men to be happy. Although he may be a little nipplephobic at first, gently coax him into allowing you to rub, pinch, knead, and suck on them. His orgasm will be so intense, it may temporarily put him into a coma.
Sexual stimulation is any stimulus including bodily contact that leads to, enhances and maintains sexual arousaland may lead to orgasm. Although sexual arousal may arise without physical stimulationachieving orgasm usually requires physical sexual stimulation. The term sexual stimulation often implies stimulation of the genitalsbut may also include stimulation of other areas of the body, stimulation of the senses such as sight or hearing and mental stimulation i.