The areola, as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is a colored ring, more specifically, the colored ring around the nipple. Both men and women have this colored ring. They vary in color, size, and appearance from person to person. Some people believe their areola to be too large or too small. For men, the most common complaint is that their areola is too large, and many men seek to have them reduced. The only known way to reduce the size of the areola is cosmetic surgery. Natureday Nipple Sucker.
A lot of what we see in pop culture suggests that the only way women can orgasm is by stimulating the vaginal area. Nipples, when played with, can set off fireworks throughout your body. Enough stimulation, and you can even reach that big O. Keep reading to learn more about nipple play, how you can get started, and what you can do to really turn up the heat. Thank your nerves! Each nipple has hundreds of nerve endings, making them super sensitive to touch. And playing with your nipples can bring you a lot of pleasure. When your nipples are stimulated, they shoot off sparks in the genital sensory cortex. Many women describe a nipple orgasm as something that sneaks up on you and then explodes out of nowhere.
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Hoover says. The amount of hair you actually have is related to hormones and is hereditary, he says. Meaning, if your mom has hairy nipples, you have a greater chance of having them, too. Inverted nipples are when the nipple points into the breast instead of popping out. If you've been wondering whether or not you can breastfeed with inverted nipples, you can. In many cases, the baby can establish a normal suck which will bring the inverted nipple out, Dr. Wider says. However, she adds, if you have moderate to severe inversion, it might be more difficult for the baby to latch on. The area bordering your areola is just skin, and you may notice little blackheads here and there circling your areola.