Wednesday, October 9, 2013

The fingertips are richly endowed with these nerve endings, and therefore are very sensitive.


In sensuality, it makes perfect sense that in order to precisely produce optimum orgasm in your own or your partner's body, the hands will play a considerable role.
The hands are incredibly versatile and sensitive, and they operate with exacting accuracy.
The exposed glans of the clitoris, even in an engorged state, is often as small as a pea. On such a small area of the human body, how are you going to get RIGHT ON THE SPOT?
Reliably, effectively and consistently producing optimum orgasm calls for the precision of the fingertips.

The hands are the principal organs for physically maneuvering the environment.
There are approximately 4000-5000 nerve receptors in the human hand. 
The hands are used for both gross motor skills, such as grasping a large object, and fine motor skills,
such as picking up a small pebble. 
The nerve endings are more densely distributed in the hands 
than they are in almost anywhere else in the body. 
The fingertips are richly endowed with these nerve endings, and therefore are very sensitive.
The tiny ridges in the fingertips, whose roughness make it easier for us to grasp objects, are randomly formed, resulting in the unique, swirling weather systems called "fingerprints".