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Penis pumps have been around the sex toy world for decades. In the non-sex toy world, nipple pumps have long provided relief to lactating mothers. It was really just a matter of time until nipple pumps made the trip downward to be used on the clitoris. But though it took a while for clit pumps to really catch on as toys used for sensation play, rest assured that women have been enjoying them for at least as long as guys have been enjoying penis pumps. At some point, in a span of realization that probably took about five seconds, a horny nipple pumper let her nipple cylinder migrate southward to her clit.

Recently, however, there are a growing number of clit pumps manufactured purely for pleasure. The adult toy industry has been cranking them out lately, attesting to the surge in popularity for women who want to add suction to their sex-toy arsenal of pleasure.

Suction devices operate on the principle of creating an airtight seal around the area you want sucked and then removing the air by pressure (like a suction cup) or by pulling the air out with a squeeze bulb attached to a small hose. It creates a concentrated pulling feeling, which starts out subtle but can be cranked up to great intensity with a few squeezes of the bulb. With the vacuum created on a small area, such as a nipple or clit, the blood flows directly to the area and intensifies sensation. When the pump is removed, the nipple or clit is very sensitive and has a heightened response to stimulation. It's important to take breaks about every five minutes if you're really pumping, and not to overdo it. If you go overboard, you can risk tissue damage, kind of like getting a really bad hickey (which you definitely don't want on your clit).
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