How to Play With Breasts

Breasts can be a pleasure to play for both the gambler and the breast lover. Some people may even have an orgasm just from playing with their breasts. Others need breast play combined with genital stimulation.

Here is your practical guide to breasts.

But first: not everyone likes breast play.

Like any intercourse, consent is important when it comes to breastfeeding. Be aware that some people may not want you to play with their breasts. For some people, this is a matter of personal preference; for others, it is a gender identity problem. Transgender and gender-sensitive people may not want to touch their breasts.

You can and should be your partner directly in what is comfortable for him, or you can start slowly by running your hand over his shoulders and collarbone area. If they tense or pull your hand away, move on to other parts of the body.

Be mindful of deadlines

Keep in mind that breast tenderness can change over the course of a month. There will likely be certain times during their menstrual cycle when they will feel much more sensitive than usual. There are times when they are too sensitive for any breastfeeding. Don’t be surprised if your partner needs different things from you at different times.

The breasts also change a lot after childbirth and during breastfeeding. For a while, they may not want to touch your breasts, or they may require you to be more gentle than usual.

Please don’t hum

We are all unique when it comes to how we like our body to be touched, but there are a few sexual acts that are more universally despised than a chest beep. I have never met anyone who enjoys having their breasts squeezed in this way (especially as a sexual initiation ). Please don’t treat your partner’s chest like old-fashioned horns.

It’s the same with kneading. For most women, this is simply unpleasant. Remember John Hamm’s chest play against Kristen Wiig in Bridesmaids ? If you haven’t seen this, this is a great example of lackluster kneading. Do not delay this movement.

Typically, breast tenderness is due to the skin, not the fat of the breast itself. Therefore, humming, kneading, and squeezing is usually not as enjoyable as stroking and kissing. These movements also do not affect the nipple, which is usually the most sensitive part of the breast (more on this later).

Working with clothes

You don’t need to rush to undress your partner’s breasts. Breast play can be fun even through their clothes, and it can also be a good way to tease them. Rub them over your shirt with your breasts. To evoke a feeling of teenage nostalgia, raise your hands behind his shirt and play with your breasts over a bra. With your shirt off, touch the areas of your breasts that are not covered by the bra by running your fingertips along the top edge of the bra.

Do not rush

Even after you have removed your partner’s clothes, you can still tease them. Take some time to trace your finger around your collarbone and then kiss it. Touch and kiss the sides of your breasts without touching your nipple.

Pay attention to the bottom and side

Most people tend to squeeze their entire breasts or focus only on the nipple. This is a shame because the lower and side breasts can be extremely sensitive. I’m talking about the areas where the chest meets the ribcage. As the names suggest, the lower chest is the lower chest, and the side is the outer edge (the side near the armpit).

This area responds best to gentle touch. Run your fingertip very gently along this sensitive curve. Start at the outer edge and work your way slowly towards the middle of your chest. You can also do this with your tongue or light kisses.

All nipples are unique

The nipples are somewhat similar to the clitoris: some people find it difficult to endure direct contact, while others need very strong pressure. As with the clitoris, it’s best to err on the side of being too gentle and then gradually increase the pressure. Start by lightly stroking the nipple and stroking the areola (the flat part around the pointed nipple). If your partner is pushing their body towards you or making a lot of noise, try increasing the pressure gradually. Or just ask, “Would you like more?”

If they want more intensity, try gently pinching the nipples with your thumb and forefinger. Increase the pressure slowly and ask to tell you when it gets too strong. Or you can try pulling on the nipples: wrap your hand around your breasts and pull on the nipple with your thumb and forefinger, pulling your breasts away from your ribcage. You can also gently twist your nipples, but be careful with this movement as it is quite intense.

Turn your mouth on

Involve not only your hands, but your lips, tongue, and teeth as well. You can lick, suck, and nibble on your breasts. Try licking the curve from side to bottom, or sucking or nibbling on your nipples. You can also play with the temperature by licking your breasts and then blowing lightly onto the moist area.

If your partner likes a lot of pressure, try sucking and nibbling on their nipples. Again, start gently and gradually increase the pressure until you find one that works.

Bring the toys

You can use vibrators or feather tickles to create new sensations on your chest. Even if you put on a silk tie or scarf on your chest, you will feel great. If your partner likes more intense nipple play, you can buy nipple clamps or suction cups. You can also try blindfolding your partner and touching their breasts with a variety of toys or materials. Not knowing what awaits us can be very stressful. Or try using a lubricant or massage oil to really slide your hands over their breasts.

Ask your partner to touch them.

Another way to find out what your partner likes is to ask him to touch his own breasts. It can be especially hot when you are doing other things, such as intercourse or fingers. Observe how your partner touches his own body, and try to understand how much this pressure is. This article was originally published in 2017 and was updated on November 3, 2020 to include gender-neutral language and align its content with the current Lifehacker style.


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