If 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; http://goo.gl/TgVLeH.