Orgasm Triggers

8. Nipplegasms
Scientists have recently uncovered that stimulating a woman’s nipples activates the exact same section of the brain as touching her clitoris does. This section of the brain contains shared neurons that are stimulated when either the clitoris or nipples are touched. It’s these neurons which signal for the release of oxytocin, a neurochemical which causes feelings of pleasure and relaxation. The levels of oxytocin then spike in the brain just before reaching orgasm. Dr. Herbert Otto, a sex researcher, recently conducted a study that demonstrated that 29% of women reported experiencing an orgasm from breast stimulation at least once in their lives. Furthermore, women who partook in the study also claimed that the nipple itself wasn’t the most sensitive section of the breast. Rather they identified an area right around the areola as the most responsive to sexual touch.

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