Our emotions permeate and color most of our acts and thoughts. Persons who are highly responsive in the emotional realm also tend to be sensitive to physiological stimulation. There are strong indications that the mind is the essential source of erogenous excitement. In turn, the “zones”—the clitoris, breasts, nipples, lips, neck, ears, and so on—are The tactical points where contact is made.
- External Source
- Female Orgasm
- Physiological Stimulation
- Tactical Point
- Gentle Touch
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From Chapter 7 of The Female Orgasm, by Seymour Fisher © 1973 by Basic Books, Inc., Publishers, New York, p. 181. By permission of the publisher.
Kinsey, A. G, et al. 1953. Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, p. 670. Philadelphia: Saunders. By permission of Dr. P. H. Gebhard and the Institute for Sex Research, Inc.
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DeMartino, M.F. (1974). Sexual Stimulation: Erogenous Zones and External Sources. In: Sex and the Intelligent Women. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-39430-4_5
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