The 4 Sexiest Places to Touch a Woman

may ecember relationshipsIf you’re dat­ing an older man and look­ing for a way to spice up your sex life, for­get toys or skimpy lin­gerie. Although those might work, here are some sci­en­tif­i­cally proven moves for him to try that are sure to drive you wild in the bedroom.

Let’s be hon­est, a lot of men have no idea what it takes to really turn a woman on, regard­less of whether you’re dat­ing an older man or some­one closer to your age. But a team of Cana­dian researchers have set out to uncover the most eroge­nous areas of a woman’s body, which would to take sex from aver­age to amaz­ing, at least for her.

The sex study, which was recently pub­lished in the Jour­nal of Sex­ual Med­i­cine, used three techniques—vibration, light touch, and pressure—on dif­fer­ent areas of the body to see which ones were most sen­si­tive. The 30 female par­tic­i­pants, who were aged 18 to 35, lied under a sheet as the researchers used sci­en­tific instru­ments to stim­u­late dif­fer­ent outer areas of the their body for one-and-a-half sec­onds. Five sec­onds later, the women were asked if they felt any­thing and to rate their sen­si­tiv­ity to the stim­u­la­tions of pres­sure, a light touch, or vibra­tion in each area.

Of course, it doesn’t come as much of a sur­prise that the nether regions were most sen­si­tive to all three types of stim­u­la­tion, although the find­ings did show that the area down there is more sen­si­tive to vibra­tion and pres­sure than touch. But mov­ing on, there are a few other areas of your body that you don’t want your older man to ignore before or dur­ing sex. Here’s what he needs to know:

When it comes to light touch, the neck and fore­arm were the other two most sen­si­tive areas, while the area around the nip­ple was the least sen­si­tive. For pres­sure, the nip­ples were obvi­ously very sen­si­tive, but inter­est­ingly, the abdomen was one of the least sen­si­tive areas. The sen­si­tive chest area is also good for vibra­tion stimulation.

This isn’t rocket science—it might even be com­mon sense. But if noth­ing else, these sci­en­tif­i­cally proven eroge­nous zones are a good start­ing point for women who are dat­ing an older man and just want to get the most out of their sex life. Yes, it’s impor­tant to please him, but when it comes to sex, it’s impor­tant for both of you to have the most sat­is­fy­ing experience.

What do you think: What other parts of the body do you think are sen­si­tive to touch, pres­sure, or vibration?


Bor­reli, L., “Touch My Body: The Most Sen­sual Female Body Parts, Based on Sci­ence,” Med­ical Daily web site, May 14, 2014;

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About Francine K

I first met Alfred when I was 38 and he was 63, on an Internet chat site. I really didn't think this was a datable person, but a wonderful friendship developed. We became chat buddies for a while and connected so well on so many levels, we decided to meet in person. We live 100 miles apart, but that has never gotten in the way of us spending time together. A passionate relationship soon grew, and oh what an amazing lover. I had some reservations about getting too involved: our age difference is 25 years, and we are in different phases in our lives; in fact he has a daughter who is older than I am. I have 2 teenage sons, a career, was building my first home, and he’s retired, owns his home, lives alone, takes a nap during the day, and enjoys a slow-paced lifestyle. I am still ambitious and will soon have the empty nest to go start my own life, as my sons are nearly independent. There is no way I want to sit down and have a retired lifestyle yet. We’ve shared a beautiful, passionate friendship for many years together. We’ve never really figured out how to plan a future together, though.