With Valentines Day right around the corner, we thought we would give you a list of the most erogenous parts of the female body as ranked by science. Now when you call in to our phone lines for a bit of sexy one on one chat, you will know where to zero in to make your partner moan with delight. Remember, on our phone lines it is important to be specific and descriptive to make your fantasies come true. Take your time, talk it out, go slow and hit all these erogenous zones as you do!

Leave it to the Canuks to launch a full-scale study that set out to rank women’s erogenous zones. Included in the study were all of a females sexual zones, including the perineum (the spot between the anus and vagina) as well as the side boob and nipples. The control group for the study was the women’s neutral zones like arms, abdomen and the neck (although I kinda think the neck can count as an erogenous zone). Using different forms of touch and vibration they assessed just how sensitive these various areas were. The study focused on women from 18-35 and in a very scientific way, they applied “stimulation” for 1.5 seconds. You gotta love science and scientists.

What they found out was that when it comes to light touching, the neck forearm and around the vagina are the most sensitive, with the areola coming in as the least sensitive. The clitoris and the nipple are the most sensitive to pressure like touching and the clitoris is the most sensitive body part to vibration. I don’t think that would come as a shock to the sex toy industry at all, which has made a multi billion dollar a year business out of selling vibrators, vibrating cock rings, vibrating “massagers”, tongues, fingers and a slew of other vibrating things! It also shouldn’t come as a shock that the genitals are more sensitive to pressure and vibration than they are to light touch, but light touch can definitely be an awesome tease when it comes to foreplay that makes you want more! So there you have it. Women like to feel pressure and vibrations on their private parts. If you’d like to read the full study, it can be found in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Otherwise, we think you should get on the phone and dole out some pleasure today.