Nipple orgasm – what is it and how to achieve it?

It was previously believed that a woman could achieve a truly valuable orgasm only through vaginal penetration.

Women, regardless of age, have much more innervation throughout their bodies than men.

Women have more types of orgasms depending on the method of stimulation that leads to them.

One way to experience intense pleasure is to have a nipple orgasm. What is it and how can it be achieved?

Nipple orgasm, i.e. bringing a woman to the peak of pleasure through appropriate breast stimulation, is one of the highest levels of initiation in the art of lovemaking. What is a nipple orgasm? Does every woman feel it?

What do you need to know about Nipple orgasm?

Each type of female orgasm has a common basis, which is the woman’s psyche and the vagina. Regardless of where a woman is caressed, her attitude, trust in her partner and awareness of her own body have a great influence on whether she will climax.

Gentle, skilful stimulation of a woman’s breasts and nipples can lead to nipple orgasm. It’s not as common as clitoral orgasm, but it can provide an amazing experience.

What is worth knowing about female orgasms? Clitoral orgasm is a type of orgasm that has only been officially recognised in the medical world in the last century. Previously, it was believed that a woman could achieve a truly valuable orgasm only through vaginal penetration.

Only the research of Dr. William Masters brought to light information that has been known to women for millennia. Previously, there was a belief, popularised by Sigmund Freud, that an adult woman should only experience vaginal orgasm, and clitoral orgasm was reserved for sexually immature women.

However, it turns out that vaginal orgasm is one of the rarer types of orgasm. It occurs in only 20-30% of women and most often requires a combination of many variables such as the appropriate day of the monthly cycle, the degree of arousal and often (contrary to what men say and hope for) the thickness and sometimes also the length of the penis. It is also true that vaginal orgasm most often requires considerable sexual maturity from a woman.

Nipple orgasm - what is it and how to achieve it?

Although clitoral and vaginal orgasms are the most commonly mentioned types of orgasm, there are other types as well. The most common thing we talk about is the nipple orgasm. It happens that a woman who is very aroused and skillfully stimulated with her tongue, lips or fingers around the nipples can achieve orgasm.

However, this is an indirect cause, because in this case, as in any other, the cause of climax is contractions of the vagina and clitoris resulting from excitement and pleasure.

How to achieve nipple orgasm?

Women’s breasts are much more sensitive than men’s nipples, which is why only a woman can experience a nipple orgasm. Stimulating male nipples does promote arousal, but it does not lead to orgasm. However, not all women have a chance of experiencing a nipple orgasm. Some women have less sensitive breasts, so caressing their breasts may only cause slight arousal – or no arousal at all!

Importantly, the chance of experiencing this type of orgasm increases with age. It is experienced more often by women who have given birth to a child because many of the neural pathways contributing to achieving nipple orgasm appear only during breastfeeding.

Also, women’s breasts are much more sensitive just before menstruation, which is when the woman is most likely to achieve nipple orgasm.

You can start caressing your breasts with gentle, circular movements. When the woman is slightly aroused, you can start by caressing the nipples – sucking, licking or kissing them. If your partner likes rougher sex, you can try gently hitting or pinching the nipples. Nipple orgasm requires gentleness and patience from the partner, as well as good communication with the partner to make sure that the caresses truly bring her pleasure.

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