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July 27, 2015

Don't Forget About Your Nipples!

They can add a whole new dimension to your sex life!

Ah, the nipples. Those love-buttons that lead our eyes astray on cold days. Those cherries on the top of a gorgeous woman. Those... well, you get the idea. They deserve to be lavished with attention.

 Unless, of course, your lover clearly isn’t loving it. Then you should be staying away from those puppies. But why would she do that? And why would she love a little nibble sometimes but hate it other times? When is it ok to twist or tweak? It all just gets too much, and we land up avoiding that area altogether, in case we get it horribly wrong.

It's All in the Timing With Nipple Play

It’s time to talk about nipple play. From light feathery touches to lavish licks to teasing tweaks, there’s a perfect time for a range of manoeuvres that will send your lady wild with pleasure.

Did you know that stimulating a woman’s nipples affects the same area of the brain as if you stimulate her clitoris? This may be the key to why some women say they can orgasm from nipple play alone. The nipple and areola become more sensitive when a woman is aroused, and can become extremely sensitive as foreplay and sex continue. Blood flows to a woman’s breasts as well as her genital area, making her breasts fuller, tighter and more sensitive, and making her nipples stand out.

Teasing the nipples with your lips, tongue, teeth and fingers can help to get her aroused, and can even take her over the edge into orgasm. Just remember that as those nipples get more sensitive, she’ll feel every touch a lot more. She might really enjoy that, or she might find it’s too much for her. Listen to your lover, and move away from the nipples if you need to. Stroke her breasts, up over her shoulders, her stomach, and then let your fingers graze her nipple as you move back. If she flinches, it’s getting too sensitive. If she arches toward the touch, you can probably apply a little more pressure.

The Infamous Titty-Twist

Which brings us to the titty-twist. Did your mates or your old man ever tell you ‘boy, they’re not radio dials, stop twisting them like you’re trying to find a station’? (Maybe we’re giving away our age that we even know what a radio dial is.) Maybe he was right. You definitely shouldn’t start out a night of romancing by trying to tune in to 5fm on your date’s chest.

But when things get hot and heavy, and her breasts are getting engorged and super-sensitive, a well-timed tweak can be sensational. Where a light stroke might actually just irritate her when she’s sensitive, that tweak hits all the nerve endings, lighting up her brain’s pleasure centre. Watch her responses, and tweak more gently or a little harder depending on what she asks for or how her body responds.

Add a bit of raunchy fun, if you like, with nipple clamps. They’re oh-so-sexy and get a girl feeling positively "50 shades". You can find adjustable ‘soft touch’ nipple clamps that are fun to wear but not too tight.

As with everything in the bedroom, talking to your love and paying attention to how she responds to you will go a long way towards success. Just don’t be scared away from the fun of nipple play – change up your routine and make it a journey of delicious discovery instead.



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