Do you know your woman can achieve climax by simply massaging and touching her bosoms? Here are all the answers by experts.Anyone who read Fifty Shades of Grey but tossed it aside when Anastasia Steele had her first bosom climax because it was too unbelievable – this is for you.
According to a report by Dailystar, the mythical bosom climax might be so real after all.
In a new study Dr Herbert Otto conducted research on a group of 213 women and a whopping 29% of them had experienced a chest climax at least once.
Herbert said the chest climax happens at the peak of stimulation when the sensation seems to radiate from the breaasts.
This is comparative to the two main types of orgasms women experience; the clitoral climax and the vaginal climax, both achieved by stimulation of the cli**ris.
Research shows a bosom climax is completely achievable as stimulating a woman’s bosoms causes a reaction in the same part of her brain as when the cli**ris is stimulated.
But how do you do it?
Cosmopolitan magazine spoke to two women who had climaxed through bosom stimulation alone and they concluded that it varies from woman to woman.
“I found I couldn’t stimulate myself to climax on my own; it only happens with a partner,” one of the women said.
“Just take the time to experiment and be open-minded about different types of stimulation and different sensations. Don’t focus on whether or not an climax is building; just enjoy the sensations for what they are.”
The women say not everyone can climax through bosom stimulation alone and for a partner not to get too caught up in trying to make her climax – as this is a sure-fire way to make the climax disappear.
However, the women did agree that beginning with soft touches and a slow progression toward the bosom works best.
They said to use constant suction combined with nibbles, licks and tongue strokes, but be sure to ask her what she likes and what feels good. She could even suck on your tongue or lips to demonstrate.
So start by softly touching her br**sts and circle around her bosoms (the part around the bosom)