Boobs and Sex: Focus on the Nipple

I’ve finally come to write about what I feel is a very important issue in the big-boobed community — the erogenousness of nipples.

Once, years ago, a guy was sucking my nipple and said, “you aren’t getting anything from this, are you?” I wasn’t. I never do. The only sensation I feel at all is mild pain. I admitted as such (minus the part about pain) and he said that he has found there to be an inverse relationship between the size of the breast and the amount of pleasure derived from having a nipple sucked. When I told him that I hadn’t realized that before, he pointedly asked, “well how many nipples have you licked?” I take it he had licked several.

Partially because he seemed to be an authority on such matters, I basically took it as fact. And, when 3D hosted a big boob bonanza a few years ago, if memory serves me correctly, five out of the six girls there said nipple sucking didn’t do much for them.

This is not to say that I don’t like to have my breasts touched, fondled, caressed, slammed against, etc., but the particular act of nipple sucking just doesn’t do anything for me. That, combined with the mild pain and the sheer awkwardness of just lying there while my partner sucks away, makes the whole thing affirmatively unpleasant.

I’d be curious to know what others (both people with nipples and people who suck nipples) think about all of this.

-DeeDee

8 responses to “Boobs and Sex: Focus on the Nipple

  1. Let’s see. I once dated a girl who was a d-cup who loved to have her nipples sucked. I’ve dated a girl who was double d who was pretty indifferent about it. I hooked up with a girl who had double d’s who wasn’t that interested in having her nipples sucked, but she loved having her big breasts rubbed all over. Come to think of it, I’ve seen a full range of enjoyment from this from a number of women with big boobs. I’ve only ever hooked up with one girl who didn’t have big boobs! She seemed to like having her nipples sucked. My guess would be that there is a lot of variation generally among all women.

    You like having you big breasts slammed against? You mean like when you’re fucking?

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  3. fantasy and reality can clash…

  4. I’m a 32G – I adore it and sometimes don’t need anything else …

  5. shybutcurious

    I have between a 34DDD (american) and 32G (UK) bra size and I have to say I have never gotten much out of direct breast stimulation. All of my past boyfriends were, as I call them, “vagina men” so my breasts got almost no attention. My current boyfriend loves everything about my breasts and especially loved massaging them and playing with my nipples. I openly admitted that I felt nothing, so we took it slow for a few months.
    I found the breast stimulation was much better if we did other things 1st to make me more sensitive all over. I even orgasmed from having my nipples sucked and teased a couple of times!
    Have you ever tried getting caressed on the underside of your breasts? I find that for me the underside is much more sensitive and I get a lot out of light touching in that area.
    Good luck – I know it was hard for me to accept that I wasn’t getting as much pleasure out of my breasts as my guy was!
    ~shy

  6. shybutcurious

    P.S. to my last comment – just tonight I found out about this creme/ body butter stuff that you can use to make your breasts and nipples more sensitive. It’s called “Bosom Buddy” and it can be both a lip balm and a nipple sensitizer. ^.^ I tried some and it seemed to help me somewhat with my nipple sensitivity. I know it got most of the other girls in the room all “peaked” and tingly.

  7. I remember one girl in high school who was probably a B cup and had no sensitivity in her nipples whatsoever. Perhaps it’s just a matter of wiring. Each woman I’ve dated or fooled around with tended to be quite different in which physical areas got their motor running. However, most of them enjoyed to varying degrees nipple-play.

    The fact that your experiencing pain instead of pleasure might have something to do with the nerves in your nipples\areolas. Although numbness would be more worrying, have you talked to a doctor about it? There could be something else going on.

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