a Marker of
For most of us, our boobs are the first sign of
the transition between childhood and becoming an adult,
often long before our period crashes the party and
makes us question if growing up is really for us.
[Cherry on the Milk Shake]
Breasts fascinate me
They come in so many different varieties.
There are high, tight breasts that barely
protrude past the ribcage,
There are low, soft, swinging breasts with
nipples that point shyly toward the floor.
Then there are the in-betweens: round breasts,
teardrop shapes, unusually long tubes, gently
mismatched breasts, flatter-than-a-pancake,
fried-egg-on-a-nail, bigger than a watermelon,
I love them all.
I consider myself straight — but not
narrow — and I love breasts.
My love for breasts means I spend a lot
of time looking at them, primarily online.
My milkshake brings
all the boys to the yard
It’s a line from the song Milkshake by Kelis.
The word milkshake refers to wanking.
Replace the word milkshake with handjob
in the song it’s a lot easier to understand.
This is also why she says, “Damn right,
it’s better than yours. I could teach you,
but I’d have to charge.”
I Adore Her Breasts
Men aren’t the only ones who like breasts. Women
also derive a great deal of satisfaction from them.
This is not just from their use as a visual stimulus
to manipulates men, whether in the real world or in
the fantasy kingdoms of pornography and exotic dancing.
Sexual Signal Theory
The permanently enlarged human breast is a peculiarity of our species. Most likely, it evolved as a sexual signal communicating fertility.
The sexual signal theory is supported by the importance of breasts in physical attractiveness. Their use in pornography points to the same conclusion.
Yet, it is worth noting that breasts are far less eroticized in forager societies where women go topless and use their milk-producing organs to feed babies.
In such societies, breasts are denigrated as utilitarian and unromantic. They are spoken of as milk containers.
Even among foragers, breasts are not entirely lacking in sexual significance. According to anthropologists the breasts are generally stimulated in foreplay around the globe.
The breasts play a key role in female sexual arousal. In their classic report on the female sexual response, Masters and Johnson pointed out that breast volume increases during sexual arousal.
That observation would be difficult to explain if the breast served purely as a visual signal. After all, it would make more sense if the breast reached maximum size while still attracting a mate and before copulation has begun.
The phenomenon leads one to suspect that men are not the only ones who like breasts. Women also derive a great deal of satisfaction from them and this is not just from their use as a visual stimulus that manipulates men whether in the real world or in the fantasy kingdom of pornography, exotic dancing, and “entertainment.”
Beneath the surface interesting events are taking place. Stimulation of the nipple that occurs during breast feeding increases the amount of the hormone oxytocin that circulates. Oxytocin is often referred to as the “cuddling hormone” because it is released by male and female mammals during close social encounters of various kinds.
In addition to its general social effects, whereby a mother feels closeness for the baby she is feeding, there are other more specialized functions.
One is that milk flows, a reflex known as the “milk let-down response” familiar to mothers and dairy farmers alike. Another is orgasm. Some women report experiencing their first orgasm, not from genital stimulation, but from breast feeding.
That breast stimulation enhances heterosexual bonding does not seem so far fetched. Men are not the only ones who are mad about mammaries. Women love them too.
He Comes on Her Breasts
Do women enjoy it when men
ejaculate on their breasts and face?
I just love cum. Being covered in cum is hot. It
feels primal. It’s like so sexy and sloppy and hot.
I love having hot sloppy sex and ending up all
sweaty and covered in each other’s juices.