Discover Why Nipple Play Feels So Good–And How to Use it to Give Her More Powerful Orgasms That Get Her “Hooked” On You…
I get it: It can feel really intimidating to try new things in bed.
Regardless of how many times you've seen something in porn, the logistics of getting it off the screen and onto your mattress don't always line up.
However, that doesn't mean everything new has to be a “production,” per se — there are plenty of experimental techniques & kinks that have nothing to do with whips, chains, or costumes. (Though if that's your thing, more power to you!)
Take nipple play for example — all you need is your body to start experimenting with this fun little technique in bed.
Nipple play can be a great way for you and the woman you're with to dip your toes into the world of kink while still staying “safe.”
Plus, one recent study found that a growing percentage of women are interested in experimenting with nipple play.
And hey — did you know that nipple play isn't just for women? (But more on that later.)
For now, let's start off with the basics:
What exactly is nipple play, and why is it enjoyable during sex?
Why Does Nipple Play Feel Good in the First Place?
Let's begin with a basic definition:
Nipple play is exactly what it sounds like — a focus on the nipples during foreplay and sex.
While most people think sex should focus on the genitals, your nipples are actually a huge erogenous zone that most people don't take nearly enough advantage of.
Nipple stimulation releases oxytocin, according to research.
In fact, one study even found a small percentage of women report being able to orgasm from nipple play alone (AKA a “nipplegasm”).
However, “nipple play” goes deeper than a few sucks, bites, and licks (although those are also great ways to have a little extra fun in bed). I'll show you exactly how to experiment in a bit…
But let's address why nipple play feels so good before we do that.
Both men's and women's nipples are loaded with tons of nerves, which can lead to very pleasurable sensations with the proper stimulation.
Research has even shown that when you stimulate a woman's nipples, the sensation is processed by the same part of the brain that handles stimulation of her clit, vagina, and cervix (!!!).
According to Psalm Isadora, a late leading world tantric expert:
Most women don't know that their breasts are orgasmic. We're so focused on having an orgasm through clitoral stimulation and/or vaginal penetration that we miss out on so many other great forms of stimulation. Our entire bodies are orgasmic.
That’s Not All…
Of course, there's absolutely no reason to leave men out of the equation, either — your nipples are also packed with sensitive nerve endings.
So if you want to start experimenting with nipple play, how exactly should you go about it?
Well, the truth is, compared to other kinks, nipple play is relatively easy to bring into the bedroom.
Because it's a relatively “vanilla” concept, it doesn't feel that “dangerous,” and it's especially great if you've never experimented with kinky sex before.
If you're afraid of an awkward conversation with the woman you're with, don't be!
Here's how to start experimenting with nipple play in the bedroom:
1) Start Slow
The best way to get started with nipple stimulation is to just go for it, using either your fingers or your mouth.
A word of warning, though: Start slow.
Remember, nipples are filled with nerves sending signals to the brain at the slightest touch or caress.
It's true that a woman can orgasm from nipple play alone; however, if you overstimulate her, it could get painful.
The same goes if you'd like the woman you're with to play with you — ask her to go slow.
2) Observe Her Response
So you started out slow and things are heating up — there's your green light. Now is the time to make sure she's enjoying it and is not experiencing pain.
How can you tell the difference?
Look for moaning…
Shortness of breath…
Signs she's getting “hot & bothered”…
These are all good indicators that you should keep going.
(And of course, if she says to “keep going,” then you absolutely should!)
Communication is the best way to ensure she enjoys what you're doing — but it doesn't have to be clinical.
A simple, “Does this feel OK?” should work great.
3) Experiment With Temperatures & Materials
If she's enjoying it and is encouraging you, then you can even take it a step further.
Different temperatures produce different sensations for the nipples, so try a little hot & cold play in bed!
Obviously, you don't want to burn her, but you can experiment with a little hot wax or ice cubes to start.
Beyond that, you can also experiment with different materials. The light touch of a feather is much different from the warm, heavy touch of a tongue, for instance.
You could even ask your partner to hold an ice cube to your nipples, then take it away and gently blow on the area.
It might sound weird, but trust me — both you and the woman you're with will be in shivers of erotic ecstasy afterward. 😉
Bringing It All Together…
Whether you're looking for a little more variety in the bedroom or just want an introductory gateway to new kinks, nipple play is a safe and versatile way to add some spice to your bedroom.
Because both male and female nipples are highly sensitive to touch, it's best to go slow and focus on communication.
Look at her body language, and when she says something feels good, keep going.
And if you're in the clear, you can keep upping the intensity until your lady sees fireworks… here's how: 🙂
3 X-Rated Rough Sex Moves That Make Her CRAVE Your Manhood Constantly…
Here’s a fact…
Most women DON’T like vanilla sex.
… and a full 70% of women said they wished their partner did it more.
That’s why so many hot girls (especially college-aged girls) get WILDLY turned on by this kind of nipple play.
Most women like it a little rough… they're curious about kinky s*it…
But there's only one problem:
Even when a woman is down to try stuff like spanking… choking… and getting tied up… odds are she's not gonna ask you for it.
Most women will never ask a man to take things up a notch in the bedroom, because they’re terrified of seeming “slutty.”
So if you want to unleash a hot girl's naughtier side, without making it a whole “conversation”…
In my experience, the best way is to “ease” her into it, using a few rough sex moves that practically ALL women love…
(And that can get her to open up about even kinkier s*it she wants to try..)
Including my personal favorite move, the “S&M Spank,” which you can see how to do right here:
[Note: This post was updated by Gotham Club on December 21, 2019.]