9 Places Men Want to be Touched

Relaxing is the most important step of arousal. Hence, much before you jump start to the action in the bedroom, indulge in little play to boost your man’s 'drive'. A little foreplay can do wonders between the sheets. Try the following tricks on your man and you won’t be disappointed.

#1. It is all on his face

As per Chinese medicine, yang is a kind of male energy that has been associated with male sexual drive for years and to top it all, male face is the ground for most of the yang channels. You got it right! Try and relax your partner’s mood by running your fingers gently over his face. Start from gently pressing his temple to relieve his pressure and then gently go down to his cheek and then lips. You will see a marked difference in his mood instantly.

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#2. Soothe the neckline

Neck is the next region to explore. Neck region that holds thyroid gland is believed to get stimulated upon gentle caresses, which is responsible for body’s metabolism, including his sexual drive. Start the action with a feather and arrange a flirtatious arrest of his Adam’s apple with your hands in a circular motion. After a while, switch the action with your lips!

#3. Play it along his ears

Ear lobe is a zone that has numerous nerve endings, so every time you touch his ear lobe, he will go crazy. Use imaginative ways to entice his senses by using your tongue, teeth or simply play with your fingers.

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#4. Magic touch for his hands

Though his palm can seem a bit rough to work under your gentle strokes, still this trick is quite effective to complete the business. Circle your fingers starting from the outer edge of his palm, slowly progressing towards the centre. Gently press the webs with your thumb and forefinger to ease his tension and see him go crazy.

#5. Route through the spine

His lower back can be a good route to arousal. Move and rub your fingers on the region just above the hip bone. This will generate heat, warm his skin and relax him. Now go gently towards the spine above while exerting the pressure. You can also entice his senses by tickling him very sensually with your hair.

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#6. Behind his knees

The region behind his knees is very delicate and has many nerves to stimulate his senses. This sensitive volatile spot can be explored to drive him into pleasure villa. Scratch gently behind his knees to generate heat and ticklish sensations.

#7. Bellybutton urges

His navel is an exciting spot to explore his urges. Start by making circles around the navel and then go towards the outer edge. But do remember, the amount of pressure has to remain consistent or the entire process can turn completely laughable. You can use a feather or maybe an ice cube to heighten his pleasure. Don't Miss: 8 Fun and Unusual Places to Have Sex 

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#8. Bottoms high

Soles of his feet are another tried and tested region. However, precaution should be taken while exercising the pressure or you will send him to one of his laughing sprees, which is something that is not going to get him into the mood. So, move your fingers gently like a rhythm.

#9. Caress the tresses

His hair is as important as the rest of his body. Run your fingers through his hair, very gently and sensually. Play with his locks, moving your fingers up and down his neck and ears. This would definitely prepare him for everything you have on your mind. 

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So, ladies, use these steps to heighten your bedroom experience and to send your man's spirits soaring!

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