We're all human. It's normal for you to fulfill your sexual needs and desires regardless of whether your partner is present. And masturbating even has legitimate health benefits —even if you hate talking about the taboo topic. So don't be shy—keep enjoying your "me" time. It'll help you understand what turns you on, which in turn, can help your sex life with your partner.
Memo to Women Who Don't Masturbate: You're Doing It Wrong
Happy news! Masturbation actually has health benefits
Masturbation is safest sex you can have. There's no denying the fact that the health benefits of masturbation , which are both physical and mental, including increased self-esteem, reduced stress, and it even aids in relieving those awful cramps you get during your period. Basically, you want to masturbate and want to do it a lot. Finally, people are catching on to just how important it is and just how fun it is, too.
Not all women masturbate, and that’s fine: 6 women tell us why they don’t
There is no normal when it comes to sex, DIY or not. Jo : Actually, used to masturbate but stopped after entering a long term relationship. The difficult part is just starting. I also am scared of doing it wrong. I mean, there is no manual.
I first discovered the power of my pussy on the yellow bath rug in my parents' bathroom. Behind locked doors, I self-explored between ballet lessons, The Brady Bunch , and bedtime. I was 6 years old. It's a routine habit, like brushing my teeth or meditating.