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Which are The Most Sensual Female Body Parts? (PHOTO)

Canadian researchers say they have identified the most sensitive erogenous zones of women. The conclusion of their study was published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

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In the research participated 30 women, aged between 18 and 35 years. Using touch, pressure, and vibration, researchers analyzed the response to stimuli of different erogenous zones: clitoris, labia minora, vaginal, and anal margin, breast (lateral, areola, nipple), and then compared the results to stimulate neutral areas of the body, eg neck, forearm, abdomen.

Finding the sensual female body parts was a key point of this study.

Stimulating each area take only 1.5 seconds, and then, after a pause of 5 seconds, each woman had to say how she felt.

The conclusion of the study confirms the old views about women’s erogenous zones.

Average detection thresholds for light touch suggest that the neck, forearm, and vaginal margin are most sensitive, and areola least sensitive. No statistical difference is found between the primary and secondary sexual zones, but the secondary sexual zone is significantly more sensitive than the neutral zone.

Average detection thresholds for pressure suggest that the clitoris and nipple are most sensitive, and the lateral breast and abdomen least sensitive. No statistical difference is found between the primary and secondary sexual zone, but they are both significantly more sensitive than the neutral zone.

Average detection thresholds for vibration suggest that the clitoris and nipple are most sensitive. The secondary sexual zone is significantly more sensitive than the primary and neutral zone, but the latter two show no difference.

Conclusion

The current normative data from sensory detection threshold are discussed in terms of providing standard values for research and clinical conditions. Additional analysis from breast volume, body mass index, hormonal contraception, menstrual cycle, and sexual orientation do not seem to influence the results. Sexual abstinence and body piercing may have some impact.

Interestingly by light touching the genitals seem to be less sensitive, they react better to pressure and vibration.

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