Breast/Nipple Orgasm (I forgot to mention...)  

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
3114 posts
6/27/2005 5:22 am

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Breast/Nipple Orgasm (I forgot to mention...)


I forgot to mention yesterday…

In regards to the breast/nipple orgasms…

The only women who normally experience this orgasm in today’s society are women that are breast-feeding.

As I mentioned in the other post…

In olden times sex was more for married men and women where as today it is a casual sport for many. Due to the fact people have intercourse so fast before ever making out, women have lost one of the most intense orgasms available to them.

The breast/nipple orgasm is intense because it is a uterine orgasm. The breast is connected to the uterus and thus when enough stimulation takes place; it sends the flow down into the uterus. When the uterus contracts, so does the cervix, hence… uterine orgasm.

Sucking on a woman’s nipple while massaging it with your tongue is a very effective way of doing this. It takes a lot of time normally and involves the two to be rather well connected. This means… a woman will achieve this orgasm far easier with a man she loves then she will a man she hardly knows or dislikes.

As I said before though… Lou Paget’s book, The Big O, discusses this in detail. Many have recently said that my virginity does not give me the right to comment on this kind of stuff.

For those who doubt me, I have given the title of a book that describes it. However… my explanation I just gave is actually better then Lou Paget’s in the book.

She does not know the actual differences in the levels of female orgasm. Funny… she is twice my age and does not have as much knowledge as I do. If she did, she would have addressed the different types of female orgasms.

Tis why I like the Kama Sutra so much…

The Kama Sutra and Tao tantra cover 3 different types of orgasms as well as 9 levels of orgasm for each type of orgasm. Perhaps someday Lou Paget will take the time to study tantric sex and further her education.

wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
7/1/2005 6:47 am

Oh BTW this is something you most certainly should NOT do to a PREGNANT WOMAN! it is more painful that you can imagine....and no mystic I am not the only one to report such!

nipple play is great but for those who lactate from the early stages it causes uterine contractions while pregnant during orgasm....and if bubs is active at the time it can be excrutiating.....The feotus generally will not be overly active during birth or contractions, but when such contractions are induced with orgasm the feotus is often not prepared and in a suitable state for such to occur....when this happens while the uterus is contracting it is exceptionally painful

WyvernRose


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/30/2005 8:10 pm

SHIT I even shocked the midwives with my level of skill in that regard!

and they would know a hell of alot better than YOU!

WyvernRose


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/30/2005 8:01 pm

please dear tell me I don't know what I am doing again!

WyvernRose


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/30/2005 7:57 pm

Geezus mystic.....I went through 2 births with almost NO pain killers, for two of them I only had gas in the final stages and that the tube kept falling to bits so realistically NO I didn't have it....I have short labours.....

technique is about the only pain relief during that does not take time to obtain.....through majority of labouring it was ALL I had!

WyvernRose


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/30/2005 7:51 pm

Mystic, some information for you, I did in fact undergo lessons in regards to breathing through contractions....

also how to relieve them through movement....

of the type you speak, from trained nurses...wow it takes the edge off...

I have endo mystic.....the contractions your speaking off leave me doubled over unable to move for this reason.....it isn't for lack of knowledge!

I don't have to study it any further I wont be having anymore children or breastfeeding again....

WyvernRose


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
6/28/2005 5:20 pm

I don't care for friends...

I have not met anyone my age that studies what I study in my local area and therefore I do not bother associating with them. I have more in common with most women then I do men.

While I know a lot of gals locally, I still would not consider them a friend because the only type of person I would call a friend is a person in which I would trust my life with.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
6/27/2005 5:45 pm

Correction, we are both right...

The title is: The Big O: Orgasms: How to Have Them, Give Them, and Keep Them Coming

Published 2001, hardcover edition.

The title is really "the big O" the rest is the advertisement.

The paperback version is titled: Orgasms : How to Have Them, Give Them, and Keep Them Coming

Published December 2004, paperback edition.


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
6/27/2005 5:39 pm

Uterine orgasms are very painful for some women… I already know that m’lady.

Only a total idiot could not understand that it might be very painful!

Uterine orgasms involve much more nerve stimulation…

Not only do they stimulate a lot more of a woman’s body but they stimulate a very deep part of a woman’s brain.

Most women that experience a uterine orgasm literally cry like a baby the first few times because it is a total shock for some and highly painful for others.

I would suggest reading, Female Ejaculation & The G-Spot. A female orgasm specialist who has literally studied tantric sex and orgasms over in India and Africa under some actual African witch doctors writes it.

This is WHY you are supposed to STUDY breathing techniques and such before practicing tantric lovemaking. Tantric sex is more about the mind then it is about the body.

If you do it wrong, it can become highly painful instead of being pleasurable!

A lot of people are shallow enough that they won’t study sex without a partner. Many of the tantric breathing exercises are meant to be practiced ALONE!

Numerous men and women have said on my blog that they do not care to study sex or techniques unless they have a partner they can be having sex with at the same time.

Some orgasms are so intense that you experience the need for breathing similar to child bearing.

You also commented about a month ago saying that there is no need for there to be sex instructors.

Well now you see why sex instructors exist!

Not everyone is capable of understanding the deeper sexual aspects that are actually involved in sexual activity.

People think I am saying that in a cocky way… this is proof that I am not being cocky though!

If you learned how to breathe through the orgasm you would not experience pain from it!

Some women are in fact proven to be unable to handle the intensity of a uterine orgasm though. We are all different; it could be that you just were not designed to be able to experience pleasure from that specific orgasm.

Those are the facts of life.

Some women have reported great pleasure from the orgasms they experience during breast-feeding. You have said that it is painful for you… not all women are going to experience things like you do.

In the future…

It would be better to say, “I experienced a lot of pain when having a orgasm when breast feeding.” Instead of speaking for yourself, you spoke for all of the women who have ever had an orgasm from breast-feeding.

I find hard stimulation to my penis to be painful… some men might enjoy that though. That is why when I wrote my article about not liking blowjobs I stated that “I do not like them because…”

Some guys love blowjobs… I do not…


LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
6/27/2005 2:59 pm

The paperback endition is called that Vix. That hardcover edition is called "The Big O".

They were published two years apart from each other.


EDWARD1935 34M
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6/27/2005 9:33 am

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vixvoluptuous 44F

6/27/2005 9:30 am

The book was formerly called, "The Big O"...it is now titled, "Orgasms:How to Have Them, Give Them and Keep Them Coming" in case anyone is trying to find it.


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/27/2005 8:37 am

you have no idea how painful that is......

well to do so without being aroused, i.e. the contractions associated with breastfeeding....

in some ways I an relieved Boney doesn't like the taste of breast milk.....

and I am glad the uterine contractions alongside the breastfeeding had eased in the majority before my Playmate got a chance to try it out....

WyvernRose


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