Nipples and breasts are a powerful erogenous zone for women, but you have to know how to touch them right. Research shows that the nipples stimulate the exact same sensory areas of the brain as the clitoris, cervix, and vagina!
The basic method of playing with a woman’s nipples that I recommend is to start slow and light and tease with occasional touch. An occasional light squeeze quickly followed by a slight flicking-off of the nipple to let it go causes a shockwave of sensation to ripple through the body.
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So, clearly this is something that you have to do carefully and not too much at the beginning! These shocks wake up the same parts of the brain that her clit and cervix and vagina stimulate, and release that delicious oxytocin, so you can get her body and mind heated up without going below the belt at all.
It’s a serious tool to help warm her up! But, if you can’t tell what she likes and what she doesn’t like by reading her body language, then you have to ask her what type of touch she likes and doesn’t like RIGHT NOW, in this moment! It can change in a minute, so don’t assume it’ll be guaranteed to work next time.
It’s an amazing sex super power when you master the art of playing with her nipples, but remember every woman is different, and every woman herself is different at any moment depending on all the factors going on in her life and her heart and brain.
So you have to communicate with her…read her subtle cues and ask her directly with your words when you aren’t sure or aren’t getting clear or congruent body language cues. Track her well and she will love you for the dedication you give her and will respond be being more trusting and willing to open up and be your sex playfest partner and goddess.
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