Check out 8 Different Types Of Ni*Ple

Think you’ve seen it all when it comes to Nipple sizes, shapes, colors, and textures? Think again! We’re looking at eight different types of N!.pplss. Were you under the impression you were the master of [email protected]:’ual fun facts? I sure was. It wasn’t until my man and I started talking nips that my mind was opened. “I’m not a fan of small N!.pplss,” he said casually. “My ex-girlfriend had really small N!.pplss. It’s not fun.” I frowned. “Like, the areola?” I asked. “No, it was the actual N!.ppls that didn’t really get hard. It was just flat on her areola. Like not even a centimeter off her chest.”

Call it naive, but I was flabbergasted by my man’s statement. I knew the same pair of [email protected]$ts were often dissimilar in size, I knew Pen.!ses and vajay’s came in all different shapes, sizes, and colors, but I’d never really thought about N!.pplss having much variation to them. Turns out, I was wrong! To be clear for [email protected]$t novices out there, the N!.ppls consists of two familiar parts.
#1 The areola.

This is the pigmented shape surrounding the N!.ppls itself. The areola is darker in color than the rest of the skin and takes on a circular shape. These can be extremely large, medium, or small in size.
#2 The N!.ppls.

The N!.ppls is the raised bit within the areola. This is where the [email protected]$t releases milk post-pregnancy. N!.ppls often get hard in the cold or during arousal and can have some tantalizing effects when played with in the bedroom. *Or in many cases—feel like nothing at all. But hey, the men sure love ’em!* Perhaps you were like me; believing a medium areola and medium protruding nip was the standard of [email protected]$ts everywhere! Well, I’ve come to shatter the mystery. Without further ado, we’re looking at eight different types of N!.pplss—you definitely haven’t seen them all!

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Different types of N!.pplss
So you think you’ve seen it all? We think not. We’re looking at eight perfectly normal, but definitely different types of N!.pplss available for the world to experience!

#1 Hairy N!.pplss.

Just as some men can grow hair around their areola, so too can women! N!.ppl hairs are common in females. That’s right, women can have pubic-like hairs growing around the outside of their N!.pplss. While in some cases this may be due to more serious issues such as polycystic ovary syndrome or Cushing syndrome, in most cases it is just one of those completely normal *but never talked about* things that happen to regular ole [email protected]! And for those frowning down upon those with female N!.ppls hairs, we say this: All it takes is a couple of tweezer plucks for her to look good as new. Who knows, your gal may be sporting hidden hairy nips and you may be none the wiser!

#2 The THIRD N!.ppls.

That’s right—they do exist! A third N!.ppls, or more professionally referred to as a supernumerary N!.ppls, is a tiny, well, N!.ppls that appears on the body. While these nips can grow anywhere, including the face, they are more commonly referred to as third N!.pplss when they appear on the chest. While science can’t seem to narrow down exactly why people are born with this phenomenon, rest assured—it’s rare, but it happens!

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#3 Bumpy N!.pplss.

Have you ever noticed tiny bumps around your N!.pplss? These may look similar to pimples but never grow a “head” on them. While you may be feeling like your [email protected]$ts are outside of the box, they are actually completely normal! These bumps are called Montgomery Glands, and all women have them! These glands secrete oil and help keep your N!.pplss lubricated and supple. Much like the rest of your body parts, these bumps vary from person to person. Some may be more or less noticeable and may differ in color or size, but all are totally healthy and normal.
#4 Inverted N!.pplss.

You know how belly-buttons can either be considered an “innie” or an “outie”? Well, the same can be said for N!.pplss. Inverted N!.pplss are [email protected]$ts where the N!.pplss point inward instead of out. Some doctors suggest massaging the N!.pplss to encourage them to come out, while others have their mates suck on them to draw them into the foreground *and hey, just for fun!* A small number of women may have difficulty [email protected]$tfeeding with their innie’; however, [email protected]$tfeeding is definitely not impossible.

#5 Long N!.pplss.

When someone says a N!.ppls is long, they are likely referring to the protrusion itself. Some girls have very long N!.pplss, making sucking and teasing an absolute breeze. This normal N!.ppls type even has its own [email protected] fetish!
#6 Huge N!.pplss.

This loose term often refers to a larger than average areola, as opposed to the N!.ppls itself. The female areolae grows larger as she goes through puberty. While most areolae grow in proportion to the female’s [email protected]$t size, some can get massively huge–even on smaller [email protected]$ts! These large pigmented areas are totally normal and definitely kinked after. *Then again, what isn’t these days?*

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#7 Teensy tiny N!.pplss.

Small N!.pplss *consisting of the N!.ppls itself, or the areola* are another brand of N!.ppls that has to do with genetics. While most N!.pplss expand in size during puberty, this isn’t always the case. But hey, small N!.pplss are [email protected]:’y, too!

#8 Flat/puffy N!.pplss.

As the name suggests, these N!.pplss often take on a bloated, puffy look, or may lay entirely flat *as my man suggested his ex’s were* to the [email protected]$t. These are more common during teenage years; nevertheless, all nips are different and you may carry on as flat or puffy or straight into your adult years! Were you traumatized thinking your nip wasn’t the norm? Don’t sweat it. Now you know there is a rainbow’s variety of N!.pplss on the market, each more fabulous than the last. Did we leave a N!.ppls type off the list? What’s your favorite kind of N!.ppls to encounter? Share your answer in the comments below and let the N!.ppls knowledge continue!