Are your breasts fabulous feeding machines or your body’s partner in helping you achieve the most intense orgasm ever? Can they be both?
I bet they're both for Miranda Kerr. She's the hottest breastfeeding mom I've ever seen. Who knows what goes on between her and hubby Orlando Bloom in the bedroom, but she comes off seeming maternal and sexy, to the nth degree. My 14-year-old son and I both gave her a second glance when we saw a picture of her with baby Flynn. For different reasons, of course.
Breasts can be a really important part of our sexuality, but after pregnancy and breastfeeding, they're often overlooked by us and our partners. They change shape, sag a bit, and, as in my case, can take on the silhouette of dirty wet tube socks.
Plus, some partners may get turned off by the fact that your mammaries were previously used as nutrition. You may feel the same way too. Or be unhappy about the changes. After breastfeeding two kids, I know I was. But when the time is right for you, try re-introducing both you and your partner to your sexual breasts.
Because other than just being a wonderful sight to behold, getting physical with your breasts can be a great addition to your sex life. Touching your breasts, having your partner caress them, even sucking on them can be a huge turn-on for both of you. Nipple stimulation can be especially gratifying and can lead to more intense orgasms. I know it works for me.
So give breasts a second chance in the bedroom. Let your partner go to second base. Bring the boobs back.
Did becoming a mom stop your breasts from being a part of your sexuality?
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