The struggle to understand the complexities of men and women are as old as time itself, and have been studied at great length through history. A best-selling book like Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus would never have become the cultural phenomenon it is today if not for the fact that both genders can be mind-boggling to fully comprehend.
From the monthly hormonal roller coaster to all the different likes and dislikes that differ with each woman, it’s impossible to ever definitively say you are an expert with all females. Notoriously known for changing her mind, Wendy Williams often receives criticism on her show due to constantly giving conflicting statements on different key issues. Rather than denying these claims, she fully embraces them by saying, “I’m a woman, and I’m entitled to change my mind.”
While it’s impossible to understand the psyche of all women, it is possible to get a better understanding of their bodies. Just as men have their own fetishes and certain favorites on the female body, women also have slight variations on what feels good and what they like the best. However, there are certain areas on a woman’s body that are generally off limits. Since the point of intimacy is to make both parties feel close, comfortable, and aroused, it’s important to understand the areas of the female body that aren’t the most appealing in regards to a gratifying sexual experience. Check out our list of the 10 strange spots on her body you probably shouldn’t touch, and make sure you are making the most out of your intimate time with your woman.
10 Arm Pit
7 Ear Canal
6 Belly Button
3 The Head Of Her 'Toris
The cervix is the narrow canal that connects the uterus to the vagina, and is definitely not meant to be mixed into your sexual routine. While everything else may be on the menu, the cervix can create a painful experience when prodded. During sexual arousal, a woman’s uterus will lift upward to ensure the cervix is out of the way. So, if you need to reposition yourself during intercourse or you can feel the cervix during foreplay, it’s best to avoid the area completely. Work towards amping up her sexual arousal in other ways to try and remove the cervix from the equation, and you’ll help to prolong the pleasure during your intimacy.
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