​7 Places She Wants You to Kiss—Besides Her Lips | Men's Health Magazine Australia

​7 Places She Wants You to Kiss – Besides Her Lips

Her lips are hard to resist – but she can tire of extended ‘pash’ sessions. “Women like kissing because it is an emotionally intimate act,” says Dr Jill Weber, psychologist and author of Having Sex, Wanting Intimacy. So if you want to get closer as a couple, get out of the habit of attacking her […]

Her lips are hard to resist – but she can tire of extended ‘pash’ sessions.

“Women like kissing because it is an emotionally intimate act,” says Dr Jill Weber, psychologist and author of Having Sex, Wanting Intimacy.

So if you want to get closer as a couple, get out of the habit of attacking her mouth and lay romantic lip caresses on her most sensitive areas.

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NAPE OF THE NECK

You know she likes you to start at her neck—there’s a certain vulnerability that drives her wild.

“Lift her hair if it’s long and kiss and gently nibble the area from the hairline right down to the collar bone. It’s sure to produce goose bumps every time,” says Dr Jennifer Landa, author of The Sex Drive Solution for Women.

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SMALL OF THE BACK

“This is where all the nerves for the genitals originate, so stimulation of the lower back with massage and kissing and nibbling is a great way to stimulate the area,” says Landa.

It’s also why she loves it when you place your hand on the small of her back when you’re out together—it’s an intimate, sexy gesture that makes a woman feel hot without it seeming out of the ordinary, she says.

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FOREHEAD

You may not find a sweeter spot for her emotions than here. “What woman doesn’t want to get a loving kiss from a man who loves her brain? It’s a huge self-confidence builder, a soother, and a make-her-legs-weak, strong-man move,” says Weber.

It might not be the thing to do in the bedroom—you’ll want to focus on other areas at that point—but she’ll appreciate when you pull her close and plant one on her head after a long day at work.

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FINGERS

Fingertips have a huge concentration of nerve endings, making them sensitive to anything from little pecks to a long suck.

“When you suck and lick her fingers, she gets an idea of your oral skills and pictures what it might be like when you lick and suck her more intimate areas,” says Landa.

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NIPPLES

“Sucking on her nipples releases the hormone oxytocin, called ‘the love hormone,’ because it makes people feel more bonded,” says Landa. “The nipples seem to have a hotline to the genitals, and for some women nipple stimulation will send an impulse right to her clitoris.”

Don’t forget you can score points by showing some love to the rest of her breast, too. 

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EARS

Her ears may be quite sensitive to light licking and sucking because of all the supersensitive nerve endings there. “Most women are quite sensitive to auditory stimulation,” says Landa. “So while you suck her ear be sure to use the opportunity to whisper something about how attracted you are to her and what you’d like to do to her after you finish nibbling her lobes.”

You can also try pursing your lips and blowing cool air to counteract the hot breath from your whispers.

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CLITORIS

Once you land here, you’ve reached the point of no return. “There are over 8000 nerve endings in the clitoris alone, compared to a man’s mere 4000 in the penis,” says Dr Christine Milrod.

This article originally appeared on Men’s Health.

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