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SnLgirLie18
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Remember that episode of friends where monica and rachel are sitting on the couch in their apartment and they're talking to Chandler about spots on a woman to touch or whatever...? And then monica keeps saying the numbers to touch n she gets turned on. What were those numbers? Where were they on the body that they were so good?
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-Jill
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There are no magic areas on bodies. Everyone is different and everyone enjoys different things thus we all like to be touched in different areas and in different ways.

If you want to find out what turns you on I suggest masturbation. If you're trying to find out what will turn a partner on simply ask. No magic needed.

Let me give you a few things to read:
Sexual Response and Orgasm
Is Masturbation Okay? (Yep) (female)
Jerking Off (male)
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Bonus Round:
Man’s Best Friend – Male Sexual Anatomy
Pink Parts – Female Sexual Anatomy


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