How to Play with Boobs During Solo and Partnered Sex

1) Talk dirty

According to a UCLA study, women who are unhappy with their breast size are 16 times more likely to hide their breasts during sex. Which is a bummer, because you don’t just want to see your partner’s breasts—you also want them to feel safe and secure and turned-on.

It might help to compliment your partner’s breasts early in foreplay. “Comment on her high responsiveness to stimulation,” says Patti Britton, Ph.D., a clinical sexologist (i.e., “your nipples are so hard right now.”) Alternatively, something as simple as “Oh, wow, you have amazing boobs” could be just the confidence boost your mate needs.

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Don’t Ignore the Nipple

“Nipplegasms” are now a thing. That’s right, there are some women out there who say they can achieve orgasm through nipple play alone. A recent brain imaging study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine confirms that nipple stimulation activates the same areas of the brain as stimulation of the clitoris and vagina (a region a known as the “genital sensory cortex). So, please pay the nipple some proper attention.

7) Different types of breasts enjoy different things

In a study conducted at the University of Vienna, researchers found that large breasts were about 24% less sensitive than small ones. “This is probably because the nerve that transmits sensation from the nipple is stretched,” says Alan Matarasso, M.D., a plastic surgeon in New York City. So if your partner has larger breasts, you may want to spend more time stimulating the outer sides of their breasts, just below the armpits, with your tongue or fingertips.

Similarly, if your partner is pregnant, nursing, or on their period, their nipples will be tender. (And this is assuming that your partner wants you to play with their breasts at all—many people with boobs do not, particularly if they’re breastfeeding.) Focus on your partner’s underboob, which is a frequently neglected area, and gently cup and support their breasts.

Accessorize

Depending on how much your partner enjoys having her breasts stimulated, you might think about bringing in some accessories into the bedroom. Placing an ice cube on and around your partner’s breasts can deliver a unique sensation to the area. If she’s not into cold things, thinking about using a vibrator on her nipples. Just because they’re marketed towards the genitals doesn’t mean they have to stay there. The point is: there’s something out there for everyone.

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