Explore the Manhood and the Feet for Better Pleasure
Boning up on new and hopefully better sensual activity techniques is something every man should do on a regular basis. After all, even the most experienced Lothario and most eager partner can occasionally find themselves looking for new paths of excitement to keep their sensual lives on the fun side. Good, healthy sensual activity is an essential component of proper male organ care, so better sensual activity makes that care even better. But don’t make the mistake of thinking that sensual play is all focused on the midsection. There are many other erogenous zones to consider – such as the feet.
Good for more than standing on
The feet are an important body part, but not one that people associate with incorporating into sensual play. Sure, everyone knows about foot fetishes, but unless that is a person’s particular kink, the feet are more often thought of as things one uses to get from the front door to the bed.
Yet there’s so much more to the foot than that. While it may not have the sensitivity level of the male member, the foot does have a lot of nerve endings and is quite receptive to touch. Think of how one reacts to a pebble in the shoe or walking barefoot across a beach on a hot sandy day. Feet are ready and waiting to be given a chance to show how sensitive they are. Couples seeking better sensual activity are well advised to pay more attention to them.
Okay, so a guy decides he’s going to give the feet – his and/or his partner’s – a chance. What are some things he should do to explore their sensual potential? After first being sure the feet are not infected with a fungus or other easily communicable condition, here are some options:
– Massage. Start with the always popular foot massage. This is a good way to start off some foreplay, especially if a partner has had an exhausting day of standing on their feet. Start by delicately peeling off the socks or stockings and gently rubbing the feet. Then wash them in a tub of warm, soapy water, taking care to gently rub on top and bottom, as well as in between the toes. When finished, pat them dry with a very fluffy towel and then apply some lotion and spread it all around. Pay attention to what moves seem the most appealing to the partner so they can be repeated.
– Kiss them all over. Now that they’re nice and clean, show those feet a little loving kindness by way of the lips. Sucking on the toes is especially recommended.
– Stroke – and tickle. Now try stroking the feet while moving on and kissing other parts of the body. Depending on a partner’s preference, it may be time to tickle a little; some find this intensely sensuous, others find it excruciating – so be sure to ask before moving to this stage.
– Play footsie. As a couple moves to penetrative sensual activity, keep the feet active. Run them up and down the partner’s legs and intertwine feet while whispering sweet nothings.
By sincerely paying attention to the feet, a couple may discover new sensuous sensations that can make a big impact on their sensual lives.
Of course, better sensual activity requires more than just feet in motion; men need to be sure their members are in good health as well. Regular application of a top drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is a big help in this area. Using a crème with acetyl L carnitine can be helpful for men who engage in rough sensual activity. This can de-sensitize the manhood over time, and acetyl L carnitine helps deal with peripheral nerve damage that can lessen male organ sensitivity. The crème should also include alpha lipoic acid, an antioxidant that fights free radicals which can damage male member cells. These two ingredients are synergistic, so the two together create a better result than if used separately.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common manhood health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.