Orgasm from nipples alone

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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. When we think about orgasms , most people probably jump right to thoughts about genitals. After all, that's how you make an orgasm happen, right? By touching either your own or someone else's genitals?

Nipple Orgasms: What Are They and How Do I Get One?

How to Have a Nipple Orgasm - Thrillist

The thing is that orgasms come in all different shapes and sizes. For some women, all it takes is a few seconds of clitoral stimulation to experience the tingling sensation between their legs. For others, it may take at least 30 minutes of foreplay, 10 minutes of penetration, and three minutes of help from a vibrating bullet. The point: The way one woman experiences an orgasm may look a lot different to how you experience an orgasm. So back to nipples. In general, the nips are a highly erogenous zone for both women and men this means touch them, lick them, play with them, and give them lots of attention. To help explain the sensation a lil more though for nipple-specific orgasms, we spoke with three women who breakdown the sensations when they've experienced one themselves.

How To Have A Nipple Orgasm You’ll Never Forget

The nipple orgasm—or nipplegasm, as I like to call it—sometimes seems a bit of sex urban legend. Welcome back to the Ask Dr. Nan column. Nan , a psychotherapist, certified sex therapist, and neuroscientist, here to address your pressing questions about sex, love, and pleasure. My philosphy—informed by three decades of practice as a psychotherapist coupled with a dozen years of conducting research on the neuroscience of sex and pleasure—is that pleasure is a necessity for our health and well-being.
You can actually orgasm through various erogenous zones, including your nipples. Stimulating the nips can trigger pleasure throughout your entire body. Some examples other than nipples are the lips, earlobes, neck, and inner thighs. Nipples are super sensitive thanks to nerve endings. This is good news for women and men because they both have these nerve endings throughout the breast area.