Things You Should Never Do to Her Breasts During Lovemaking

6. Never Pull On Her Breasts During Lovemaking
No matter what $ex games you are playing, do not actually pull on a woman’s breasts. They are not handrails. Pulling on a woman’s breasts is another action that will cause her pain. Even if you meet a real freak in bed, you still need to be cautious.

7. Do Not Juggle Her Breasts During Lovemaking
If you want to be a juggler, go join a circus. Don’t try it with her breasts. They can, at times, become tender. Handle them with care. Breasts hold a lot of pleasures and jiggling them is not a way to unleash those pleasures.

8. Never Lick Her Breasts Like A Child Licks His Plate After A Sweet Treat
No woman would object to feeling your tongue on her nipples or anywhere else on her breasts. However, have a bit of class and dignity about it. Don’t lick her beasts like you’re a dog trying to lick the last bit of gravy out of your food bowl.

9. Do Not Focus On Just The Nipples
Her breasts are not targets. Don’t just go for the bullseye. Licking, kissing, touching, sucking and maybe even very gently pinching the nipples can do wonders. This does not mean that you should ignore the rest of her breasts.

10. Never Ignore Her Breasts During Lovemaking
Sometimes just the thought of impending lovemaking make some men rush. Sources note that “the first rule of $ex” is that a man must always somehow involve the woman’s breasts in the lovemaking. Unless there is some specific, medically confirmed reason not to do so, always involve her breasts in your lovemaking sessions.

There you have it. Online research involving multiple pleasure pundits have spoken. Now you know the things you should never do to her breasts during lovemaking.

 
 

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