When you get Michael Bodkin, a year-old executive assistant from California, on the topic of big areolae, his enthusiasm borders on the spiritual. Midway through this year, in the wake of the frenzied discussion about Big Dick Energytalk of a spinoff lifeforce began to ripple throughout the Twittersphere: that of Big Areola Energy. It was a minor phenomenon compared to its penile counterpart, but like with Big Dick Energy, some people found the idea confusing while others knew exactly what it meant on an intuitive level.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with your areola, whether you've been pregnant or not — it's just a part of who you are, and it's what makes all of us different. Skip navigation! Story from Body.
She has them, he has them, some have more than one pair of them — the nipple is a wondrous thing. How we feel about our bodies and all its working parts can be loaded, but perhaps no body part elicits quite as much mixed emotion as the breast — for both men and women. And yet, nipples are as individual as we are, with all kinds of surprising quirks up their sleeve. So do yourself a little favor and get to know your nips more — even the smallest detail could be a conversation starter about health, or pleasure.
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Yes, it is possible to breastfeed if you have large nipples. Women have nipples of all shapes and sizesand most of them can breastfeed just fine. It may even be easier for a healthy full-term baby to breastfeed on large nipples.
A little puff really isn't anything to worry about. Puffy nipples are one of those physical features that people seem to either love or hate. For some people, seeing them is an easy way to get turned on.
If you've ever thought your nipples looked kind of unusual, you're definitely not alone. It's pretty common for women to worry about their breast health, as well as whether or not everything looks as it "should. Since they come in all shapes and sizes, it's pretty likely your nipples are totally normal — and healthy — just as as they are.