5 Toys You Should Try If You Have Boobs
Boobs, boulders, bosom and so much more (many of which can’t exactly be written here), we could all come up with so many synonyms for breasts that we could fill an article with that alone.
What far more people overlook, however, is that the number of ways you can stimulate your boobs and the variety of toys out there to facilitate this is almost as large.
With boundless avenues for pleasure to explore it’s easy to get lost just looking for where to start.
To help with that, here are our top 5 toys you should try if you have breasticles.
Here’s a fairly unusual choice to start off our list. Peppermint lubes are a woefully under-appreciated piece of kit that should really be a part of every kink fan’s collection.
The exciting tingling and cooling sensations feel electrifying alongside the warm caress of a lover’s tongue, or even your own fingers, leading to heightened stimulation and sensitivity.
We recommend the WET Synergy Cool Tingle.
These are among the most iconic kink toys there are, and for very good reason. A good pair of nipple clamps can be adjusted to provide just the right amount of pinch so your nippes are left super perky and ready for play.
While for many the pain is its own reward, the real benefit of these clamps is increased blood flow to the nipples, leaving them erect and ready for all sorts of mischief.
For beginners the Fifty Shades Darker At My Mercy Chained Nipple Clamps is an ideal set thanks to their super easy adjustability and great range of tensions.
It’s not all pain when it comes to nipple play; feather ticklers are on the very other end of the spectrum. Though these innocent looking bundles of feathers can be deceiving – what their looks belie is a great opportunity for some cheeky foreplay.
The boobs in general, and in particular the nipples, are especially sensitive to the gentle tickling sensations. Paired with a blindfold, it’s enough to drive anyone wild.
Ticklers are great for all levels of foreplay experience, so your choice comes down to aesthetics more than anything. Lovehoney have a great selection to browse here.
If you’re reading this, it’s highly likely you’re already intimately familiar with the benefits of a bullet vibrator, and more than likely own at least one of your own.
What is often overlooked, however, is that the versatility of these wonderful toys extends far further than just various forms of genital stimulation.
It may take a bit of practice to find the speeds and pressures that work for your nipples, but a carefully applied vibrator to the nips can work utter wonders. More than any other toy we’ve mentioned, experimenting and finding your personal preferences is absolutely key.
Yup, that's not a typo – clitoral balm can make an absolutely fabulous nipple stimulant.
When it comes to sex, a lot of the same principles that apply to the clitoris apply similarly to the nipples: they become erect and more sensitive, are very responsive to local but non-direct stimulation, play very well with temperature changes, and more.
It isn't too surprising then that clitoral balms can also have a really fun effect on your nipples. Inducing erectness, increasing blood flow and heightening sensitivity is an easy shortcut to some fantastic foreplay.
The Lovehoney Oh! Cherry Orgasm Balm is particularly worth checking out, especially if you have a partner lucky enough to be able to taste it off you. Combine with any of the other toys we've mentioned for a really wild ride.
The biggest takeaway everyone should take from this article, no matter your sexual habits and preferences, is that there are always more ways you can explore boob and nipple play and they can be so very worth it.
As a foreplay technique or even just something to enjoy on its own, nipple and breast stimulation is a super intense, personal experience we should all have a little more of in our lives.
The ViBlogger is a student at the University of Leeds, where they study Astrophysics. When they're not writing for The Sextbook, they can usually be found in a Yorkshire field reenacting the 12th century.
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