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erogenous

, erogenic
1. sensitive to sexual stimulation
2. arousing sexual desire or giving sexual pleasure
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Van Howe stated that the circumcision of an infant does not diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease, while it does interfere with normal form and function and removes the most sensitive, erogenous genital tissue in the male.
It is sexy and simple and shows off her shapely shoulders and back (fashion's latest erogenous zones).
James alike--that the mind is one hell of an erogenous zone.
Raw ginger increases sensitivity in the erogenous zones.
They spend time introducing each of the erogenous zones, discussing how to engage your partner's primal sense (by nuzzling into your lover's armpit, for example, massaging the Achilles tendon, or fondling the inside of his or her elbow).
This being about reality television, I will tell you some of what he said: Politely put, he guessed that the attractive contestant would have enjoyed it if he, Zak, placed a part of his anatomy in a spot on the contestant's body that is commonly considered erogenous. (If you can read Hebrew, you'll have a lot more fun with the link.)
2: A story in Cosmopolitan magazine with the headline "Discover Your 10 Secret Erogenous Zones."
Denouncing the study carried out by British researchers as fundamentally flawed, French scientists insist the erogenous zone does exist in many women--an estimated 60 percent.
Additional fantasy elements are provided in the form of detachable ankle straps, which emphasise this season's erogenous zone - the ankle.
The belly button can be an erogenous zone for both men and women - but women tend to be more aware of their hot spots.
325), I have yet to read a single study regarding the alleged benefits of circumcision that acknowledges that the foreskin is erogenous tissue.