His hot spots


Monday, August 25, 2014

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MANY books have been written with advice about how and where to find a woman's erogenous zones, but not much attention is spent discovering what it takes to please a man.

But Dr Alverston Bailey, a family and occupational physician who has treated a number of patients with sexual disorders, said men do have a number of erogenous zones on their bodies that, if discovered, can simply drive them wild.

Bailey, who is also author of the book Sexplanations: A guide to discussing Sex & Sexuality in the Caribbean says these hot spots, when discovered, will transform your relationship.

So take note:

The Frenulum or F spot

This is a tiny loose band of skin located near the indentation on the underside of the penis where the glans meets the shaft. Its function is thought to be that of providing pleasure by stretching during sexual intercourse.

The U spot

The urethral opening or U spot is that section through which urine and semen are released and is an erogenous zone for some men.

"For most men the orgasm is attained through penile stimulation," Dr Bailey said.

The perineum or P spot

"The P spot is the patch of skin that lies between a man's testes and the anus. It is an acupressure point known as the Gate of Life and Death or Hui-Yin," Dr Bailey explained. "When stimulated it results in prostate and penile stimulation."

The scrotum or R spot

The R spot is found on the scrotum and is that visible line along the centre and underside of the scrotum called the scrotal raphe. This can be stimulated by gently running your finger tips along it.

The thigh or T spot

According to Dr Bailey, there are three sensitive acupressure spots inside the upper thigh which are located close to the crease that joins the thigh to the trunk. Holding and pressing them during foreplay could result in greater sexual fulfilment for your man.




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