tragus, noun (TRAY-gus)
1. the prominence in front of the external opening of the outer ear
I’m a doctor with a kink. After I finish saving lives for the day, I meet another doctor in a third-floor supply closet for sex.
Only doctors and nurses know the terminology for the specific body parts I want pleasured. In Dr. Hayes I’ve found someone like me.
I kiss and draw succulently upon the patellae for a few minutes before standing up to whisper, “Nibble on my tragus now.” When I whisper I put my mouth up against Dr. Hayes’ ear, the way I like to be whispered to.