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Where are women most ticklish?

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Every woman is different and presents varying degrees of ticklishness, in both intensity and location of ticklish spots. Scientifically speaking, the most ticklish areas on the human body are the feet, the armpits and the neck.

Typically, both men and women tend to be ticklish in areas of their bodies that aren't normally touched by others. For instance, the soles of a person's feet are accustomed to a different type of pressure from standing or walking. In contrast, a light touch on the feet can be an intense feeling. Some people may not be ticklish at all, where others may be ticklish in places where most people aren't.


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