Sex researchers Masters and Johnson, who made 1960s history by inviting heterosexual and homosexual couples into their research rooms and watching them have sex, were struck by how nipple play marked the difference between homo and hetero sex. Nearly 75 percent of the gay couples Masters and Johnson observed began their lovemaking by nipple stimulation, with frequent penile erections resulting.
Unlike the penis, which we can place strategically to give pleasure even as we get it, our nipples keep us on the receiving end. It is this that makes nipples a delight or, for those who’d rather stay firmly in the driver’s seat of sexual pleasure, a threat.
Many describe being taught about their nipples by a partner, though you can also teach yourself. Take it slow until you figure out what level of stimulation suits you best. For some, a simple grazing with moistened fingertips is enough; others crave harder pulling of the nipples, or tugging on the chest hair that sometimes surrounds them.
Many have found that the more they play with their nipples, the more there is to play with. Consistent pulling, or the use of weights and clamps, can give nipples an enlarged, worked look and enhance stimulation. The tiny-titted among us, and those who play with them, have found that the smallest suction cup can pull the nipple out temporarily and enhance sensitivity. Applying a lubricant can also help bring a resistant nipple to erection; if, later, the lube keeps seeking fingers from finding their target, try grasping with a tissue or, for a rough thrill, a paper towel. Find the right way to do it and nipple pleasure for some men can be enough to cause orgasm all by itself.
News: Nipple clamps don't have to hurt!
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So there you have it. Nipple clamps don't have to painful. They can be erotic, beautiful, fun & kinky. They can make nipples feel like heaven, regardless of how small or large your nipples are. Go on - treat yourself to the great range of nipple clamps out there and have fun!
Article courtesy of Defiance Forever and Men Like Us: The GMHC Complete Guide to Gay Men’s Sexual, Physical, and Emotional Well-Being, by Daniel Wolfe.
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