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Updated 25 July 2014

See with your fingers

Close your eyes. Stroke your partner's arm softly with your fingertips. How does it feel: soft, tough, hairy, smooth?

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Close your eyes. Stroke your partner's arm softly with your fingertips. How does it feel: soft, tough, hairy, smooth? Fingers see things differently and our bodies respond eagerly to that exploration of hands caressing and exploring. Discover your partner's body from head to toe – is his hair strong to the touch? Do her breasts feel heavy in your hands?

Feel how in some places the skin responds to your touch by tightening and in others the little hairs rise up in excitement, creating a trail of goosebumps.

As you run your hand down the line of your partner's back, feel those muscles that move below the surface, moving your bodies closer together. Enjoy the response as the slippery, delicate skin between your partner's legs pulses under your hand. There's no rush, build that sensual tension - fingertip by fingertip.

Enjoy!

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(Picture: sensual embrace from Shutterstock)

 

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