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.
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Yes, you can have an orgasm just from nipple play. Nipples can be very sensitive for some people, particularly for those with clitorises. MRI scans have shown nipple stimulation activates the same nerve cortex as clitoral and genital stimulation; your brain essentially can't tell the difference. If you want to try to have a nipple orgasm, try this tantric nipple massage by yourself or with a partner:.
Nipples are insane. The body is insane. We get used to body parts because we see them a lot and have had them forever, but when you stop to think about the protrusions and indents and hair clusters that envelope our insides like prosciutto envelopes veal in the classic Roman dish saltimbocca, questions emerge. Why are wet eyeballs jammed into our heads? Could we not just as easily see out of dry eyecubes, jammed into our foreheads?
Research shows that stimulating multiple body areas at once—for example, your clitoris, cervix, and yes, nipples—lights up an area of the brain that heightens all of the individual sensations you feel. The result? A stronger, more colorful orgasm.