Must-Read: Touching Her Breasts
So many sex tips have to do with positions, or where to get to her G-spot, or other kinds of information about what to do about your genitals, or her genitals, genitals, genitals, genitals! Which makes sense, seeing as that’s the part of the body that experiences the most sensation. But the problem with that line of thinking is simply that there’s a whole lot more to be done when it comes to turning on a female. A lot of those sex tips that have to do with other parts of hte woman’s body include touching her neck, or her stomach, or her legs, or her arms. But for some reason, so many sex tip authors tend to leave out one of the greatest parts of their bodies in general: Their boobies!
So today we’re heading to Men’s Health where they’re put together the best ways to touch her breasts. Among the tips they have to give to us include how to handle these two kinds of boobies:
Small Breasts: They’re sensitive, but they can handle more motion because of their size. Use your palms to cup and gently bounce her breasts during sex.
Droopy Breasts: Droopy breasts can be the least sensitive–not only are the nerves stretched, but they’re compressed by the breasts’ weight. Have her lie on her back; it’ll cause her breasts to shift up and out, relieving the tension on the nerves and helping her focus on the pleasure.
So go ahead over and check out the rest of the tips in case your lady isn’t one of the two above. And then get to turning her on the way she likes best.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.