I'm hunt for lady who midriffs figure
For me the bare midriff trend is the best thing that happened in women' fashion ever. While this is most popular during hot sunny days for me things get really interesting when the weather is not so good : The colder there is outside the hotter it looks for woman to show her belly and navel the more belly skin is bare the better in my opinion. Anyone else has this fetish? Have you ever seen woman with bare belly despite cold weather?
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Posted May 10, Reviewed by Lybi Ma. Academic journals examining the psychological and sexual attributes of the human navel are almost nonexistent. In discussing the diverse aspects of the navel—biologically, erotically, historically, socially, culturally, and even spiritually, this encyclopedic Web tool includes well over references. I found its capsule summaries commendably accurate. The navel—recognized, clinically, as the umbilicus and, colloquially, as the belly button or tummy button—is a hollowed or, much less commonly, raised area on the abdomen at the attachment site of the umbilical cord.
Located at the center of the body, it can also be seen, literally and symbolically, as the center of, or central to, the biological basis of life—or the very giving of life. As seen by one initialed P. Evolutionary midriffs believe that all men are instinctively attracted to body orifices, and even though the belly button is not exactly an orifice [despite its collecting lint! Because of the visual similarity between the belly button and female sexual organs, psychologist Dr. A little hollow hole in the middle of the body is just the right shape for the fetish and fingers, a nipple is also welcome, and even a penis can always lean against it.
If the belly button is curved on the outside, it makes it even more tempting to play with. From all over the world, and from earliest recorded history, writers and artists have identified the navel as an important erogenous zone. The public exposure of the male and female midriff and bare navel has been taboo at times in Western cultures, being considered immodest or indecent. It was banned in some jurisdictions; however, the community perceptions have changed and exposure of midriff midriff and navel is more accepted today In some societies or contexts, it is both fashionable and common, though not without its critics.
While the West was relatively resistant to midriff-baring clothing until the s, it has long been a fashion with Indian women [witness the low-rise sari exposing the navel]. The Japanese [too] have long had a special [and favorable] regard for the navel. If you know anything about Madonna, you probably know that she seems almost obsessed with displaying her navel, which can be identified as her performance trademark. I have the most perfect belly button When I stick my finger in [it], I feel a nerve in the center of my body shoot up my spine.
InAriel in The Little Mermaid dared to flash her navel.
The British actress Keira Knightley has stated that her navel piercing is what won her a role in Love Actually because Richard Curtis, the director, was obsessed with her belly button. Moreover, when her character in that film got married, her wedding dress was specifically deed to expose her bellybutton. Every star from Madonna to Shakira proudly displays the belly button.
Fashion trends have been spotlighting the navel as well. Most notable today are cropped tops that leave both the midriff and belly button exposed. Additionally, navel piercings and tattoos have become increasingly common, not just among young women but also those in middle-age.
Not to mention everyday women working out. But what, exactly, contributes to its unusual sensuality?
And why, for some men, is it such a turn-on? It is doubtless that our midsections literally revolve around the navel so that it can be viewed as conspicuously highlighting the area that surrounds it. The navel is an erogenous zone with a heightened sensitivity. The navel and the region below, when touched by the finger or the tip of the tongue, result in the production of erotic sensations, and some people are very ticklish to touch in that area [i.
Fingering the navel is also a common act.
It is an area between the bladder wall and the vagina which consists of nerves that feed down into the entire genital area. This explains why titillating her belly button and its surrounding area can often be felt in her vaginal canal and vice versa.
The navel is an odd, but powerful, erogenous zone. When someone pokes inside or around a belly button, some people may feel erotic sensations.
For some, the stimulation feels like a tickle—down there. For others, it sort of feels like they have to pee. Simply viewing the bellybutton area can be a sexual trigger.
The charm of the belly button has been used over the centuries to stir desire within men and women alike. The abdominal part of the body responds well to different kinds of simulation. The lower part of the abdomen is especially sensitive because of the vicinity of sexual organs.
Everything you need to know about female belly button fetish
Belly button, the center of the human body, should not be overlooked on our way down to the pubic region. Despite an instinct[ual] attraction to the belly button, only a few people know that is is also an erogenous zone. Seltzer, Ph. All Rights Reserved. Cohen, Scott. Yoda, Ash Brown. Leon F. He holds doctorates in English and Psychology.
Fetish for bare midriff in cold weather
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