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Nipple Clamps


Nipple Clamps

What are Nipple Clamps?

Nipples are one of the steamiest and most sensitive erogenous zones. This makes Nipple Clamps an ideal toy for those who get pleasure from nipple stimulation. As the name suggests, this toy clamps the nipples, but not in an ouch-my-god-this-is-torture way. There are different variants of this toy and most of them are adjustable for your comfort. It’s designed to squeeze the nipples, bringing a tingling and pulling sensation to the area. As for the looks, these bad boys can be accessorized with metal rings, feathers, and tassels. This sex toy is popular with the BDSM community but if you’re not a kinkster, you can still use for hands-free nipple play.

History of Nipple Clamps

Back in ancient times in Japan, seamstresses used sewing clamps when they worked on kimonos or quilts so the fabric would stay in its place while they work on it. These sewing clamps became the root design for Clover Clamps, a popular variant of this toy. Then by 1971, Nipple Clamps became popular when Marquis de Sade published the controversial novel ‘Justine’. It discussed bondage and sadomasochism in full detail, mentioning that Nipple Clamps were intended to inflict pain. But as time went on, milder variations of Nipple Clamps were made, making it more of a pleasurable toy rather than a painful one.

Beginner’s Guide to Nipple Clamps

First things first, figure out if you like nipple stimulation first. Let your partner lick, suck, pinch, or bite your nipples. Do you like the sensation it brings? If getting your nipples played excites you, then a Nipple Clamp is suited for you. After this quick assessment, start with a beginner-friendly variant. Go for a nipple clamp that can be fully adjustable (with that, clover clamps are out of the table). Adjust the screws based on your preferred pressure. Once you’re set, you can leave it on for a few minutes during intercourse or solo play. If you’re using this during a BDSM play, make sure to discuss the terms with your partner first.
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