Ok, so all men should know that there are more to women than her vagina, breasts and cute behind. There are in fact, 7 other pleasure sensors on her body. Explore these and you'll be rewarded brownie points and who knows what else she is willing to give!
Pleasure Point #1: Hair Yes, she has spent so much on that glorious mane of hers, it would be a waste if no one pays attention to it. Run your hands gently through her hair and you'll send tingles down her spine. Why not try letting your fingers massage circles from her temples to the nape of her neck and she'll be putty in your hands soon enough.
Pleasure Point #2: Nape of her neck Place a few light kisses here and feel her grasp for more in your arms. The nape of the neck is often neglected in favour of more obvious pleasure centers but never underestimate the power of gentle touches and kisses from her hairline to her shoulders.
Pleasure Point #3: Clavicle Otherwise known as her collarbone. Pay attention to this body part with a touch and light kisses to show your appreciation.
Pleasure Point #4: Small of her back When guiding your woman through a crowd, place your hand against the small of her back to let her know that you're protective of her but not overly pushy. In the bedroom? Lick down her spine to end up with a kiss and it's bound to send her heart racing.
Pleasure Point #5: Behind her knees Now, this is probably the last area that a man would think of while trying to stimulate a woman. However, this area here is in fact quite sensitive. Gently caressing the back of her knee under her skirt while in public will get her to get her all steamed up for some action once you're alone at home.
Pleasure Point #6: Earlobes These delicate part of her body are very sensitive to touch. Kiss her or even lightly bite her earlobes will up the bliss factor for her.
Pleasure Point #7: Inner thighs What is a better way to tease her than gently caressing her inner thighs? Stop short of touching her vagina, getting excruciatingly close and then pull back before goimg all the way. She'll be begging for more in no time.
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