erogenous zone

NOUN
  1. any area of the body especially sensitive to sexual stimulation
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How To Use erogenous zone In A Sentence

  • Neural electrodes may eventually move up the spinal cord to what is often characterized as the body's primary erogenous zone.
  • Part of the problem is that for many people the neck is a very erogenous zone and receiving lip service here can be quite titillating.
  • He ran his well-oiled hands over the graceful swells and swales of her back and legs, edging closer to the more erogenous zones with each pass, carefully monitoring her for any negative reaction.
  • It has a character who has had all the erogenous zones of her body enhanced in order to move up the social class system.
  • Your body contains many erogenous zones, areas that lead to a feeling of sexual excitement when they are caressed.
  • Designers are really taping into these three erogenous zones.
  • Male attire is impervious to fashion because it is indifferent to sexual display or allure: it need not follow shifting erogenous zones.
  • James Laver discusses the idea of shifting erogenous zones where, for example, parts of the body gain erotic capital if covered up long enough to render intrigue or become sterilized zones if they receive too much exposure over time.
  • In a whole body orgasm your entire body becomes an exquisite erogenous zone, much like your genitals always are.
  • Your body contains many erogenous zones, areas that lead to a feeling of sexual excitement when they are caressed.
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