Guide Your Partner: Erogenous Zone Chart

In a recent national survey, over 20% of people admitted that they cannot identify their own erogenous zones to their partner. Created by Dr. Laura Berman, this chart is an easy and embarrassment-free way to get in sync with each other’s erogenous zones for a better-fulfilled sex life.

Guide Your Partner: Erogenous Zone Chart

Print this chart at home and mark the areas that are the most erogenous to you, along with the order that you want your partner to touch those areas. Trade charts with your partner for a road map to better sex.


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