The 12 Sexiest Parts Of A Woman's Body, Ranked

Surprisingly, boobs are not #1.

Women have a lot of body parts to find sexy, but I narrowed it down to the 12 that make us weakest in the knees.

12. Ears/Earlobes
They’re a great go-to spot when making out, and making out is sexy.


11. Ankles/Feet
Some people are grossed out by feet, but it’s safe to say men got the short end of the foot stick. We have hobbit feet. You have whatever the opposite of hobbit feet? Elves? Elf feet? Someone help me out here. Does anyone like Lord of the Rings?


10. Kneepit
Sure, there’s nothing sexy about the word "kneepit," but the area behind a woman’s knee is really sensitive. We’re suckers for sensitive areas.


9. Vagina
Some men are boob men. Some men are ass men. But every man is a vagina man. Yes, vaginas are very sexy.


8. Back
If you ever want to see a guy get flustered, do that thing where you stretch out and arch your back a bit. He will lose his mind.


7. Stomach
We love your torso. We don’t care about abs, or muscle definition, or whatever. We just love how soft the skin is and how, you know, it's right between your boobs and your vagina.

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6. Collarbone
There’s something really sexy about a little bit of collarbone. There’s a reason we like to pause here when we’re making our way further down, and not just rushing to the good part.


5. Hips
The hipbones that form that little V that peaks out over the top of pants, skirts, bikini bottoms, etc. We’re very thankful for that.


4. Breasts/cleavage
Come on, you knew boobs was going to be on here.


3. Butts
Butts are the boobs of the southern hemisphere of the body.


2. Mouth. 
Closed. Open. Licking your lips, or biting the lower one. The mouth can communicate a lot. If eyes are the window to the soul, the mouth is the garage door to the heart.


1. Eyes  
I don’t care who you are, or what you’re into, or what your preferences are. Eyes are sexy. We can get disarmed with a glance.

 

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Related:
The 11 Hottest Male Body Parts

This article originally appeared in
Cosmopolitan.com.

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