Nipple Orgasm Advice

A Guide to: Nipple Orgasms

A nipple orgasm is an orgasm that’s brought on from lots of nipple and breast stimulation, with no touch to your nether regions.

Women who experience nipple orgasm say that the orgasm seems to radiate from their breasts.

One survey found 29% of women had experienced a nipple orgasm.

….that makes it the 2nd most common orgasm after clitoral.

Which isn’t so surprising as most women say their nipples are the second most sensitive part of their body, after their clitoris.

The reason you can have a nipple orgasm is because nipple-play lights up the same region in your brain as clitoral and/or vaginal stimulation.

Breasts and nipples are sensitive because they’re jam packed with nerve endings but the story doesn’t end there…

  • Small breasts are often more sensitive than larger breasts. This is because nerves transmitting sensation from the nipple is less stretched.
  • Large nipples are more likely to be very sensitive because they contain more nerve endings.
  •  Smaller nipples may respond more to stimulation of the areola (the circle of skin around the actual nipple).
  • Inverted nipples are just as sensitive – never ignore “innies” simply because they don’t look the sane or seem to respond in the way that other nipples do.

This said, there are no hard and fast rules about the kind of nipple stimulation a woman likes; we’re all different and like different touches – some prefer light touches and others can take it harder.

A great way to teach what kind of touch and intensity you like is to demonstrate it on your lover’s nipples. This is advice for all couples F/M as well as F/F – men have responsive nipples too!

Generally stroking and light squeezing of breasts and tweaking, licking, sucking and gentle nibbling on nipples all feel good.

Nipples respond to temperature (as we all know on a cold day!) so a sip from a cold drink before licking and sucking can also be very arousing.

Like a clitoral orgasm, time and sustained stimulation is key to a nipple orgasm.

Hands stroking the breasts in a circular swirling motion and fingers tweaking and pinching the nipple is a great way to bring on a nipple orgasm manually, but oral stimulation is probably even better -starting with light licks and nibbles and building up to constant and firm sucking.

As arousal builds, the stimulation can become firmer building up to the most intense stimulation at the end.

Even if all this breast and nipple play doesn’t result in an orgasm, it will still feel have benefits beyond simply feeling good.

The primary job of a woman’s breasts is obviously to feed a new baby and breast stimulation prompts the release of oxytocin – the “bonding” hormone.

So incorporating lots of breast and nipple play during sex with your partner will makes you feel closer and more connected.

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