Most men would like their female partners to experience the maximum possible pleasure during sex. On the other hand men tend to be rather simple and straightforward creatures when it comes to pleasure and go straight in there without paying attention to foreplay and the pleasure zones. This is a really big and basic mistake and one that many men make - especially (but not only) when they are young and sexually inexperienced. While there's no formula that will please each individual woman, there are a few general ground rules that you can follow. So what's a man to do if he wants new ways to give his sexual partner real pleasure? No matter who you're with it's nice to spice up your sex life with some new moves that she is likely to find pleasurable. If you're doing the same things in bed time after time, things are bound to become a little stale. That's why you need to mix things up and surprise your partner. The pleasure or 'erogenous' zones are placed all over the female body and are easy to find and stimulate. Your partner will love you for it - and I assure you that you will get back at least as much extra pleasure as you give. It's time to go on an erogenous zone exploration! One easy clue to where the erogenous zones are placed is that they are the areas that women draw attention to with perfume and jewellery and other adornments. This is like a sexual signal to men to draw their eyes to these places - the neck (with a necklace or choker), the ear lobes (with ear rings). The most obvious example is the use of lipstick to redden the lips - this echoes the reddening of the vaginal lips when sexually excited and is a really basic female human signal of availability (or at least possible availability) for sexual contact. From her head all the way to her toes, here is a selection of the top erogenous zones to turn her on and give her maximum pleasure.
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