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How Often Women Masterbate
No: There is nothing wrong with this activity. ...Read more
No: No. If anything, it will improve sexual health. ...Read more
Education: I suggest you learn about your anatomy and explore your body with that knowledge and on your own terms. ...Read more
Depends?: It is if the water is too hot! otherwise, if it is comfortable for you and pleasurable to you and you do not do this for an extended period of time, there is probably no harm to you from this. You may have some drying and chaffing and could have some other irritation. You may need to apply some moisturizer to the area afterward. Make sure the water and the tub are hygienic! stop if concern. ...Read more
Could be several: Masturbation, though a normal sexual practice and experience, can lead some to guilt and shame and can decrease desire to have sex with another. It can become obsessive and and skew ones normal desires and actions. It can have religious overtones for some. It depends on attitude, mores, religion and ones own comfort with self and if in a relationship, comfort with that too. Doesn't have 2 b any. ...Read more
Female sexuality: I hope your question inspires lots of supportive discussion. We still do not do well by females when it comes to sexuality. Touching your body, exploring how it works, and taking care of your needs are the gift of being a human. As you age i hope you can learn that sexuality is a gift and not a curse; that your needs and sexual desires are valid. Nearly every female you know masturbates or has. ...Read more
Sir how to stop masturbation.I masturbate thinking about a woman.How to keep myself away from that woman?How to stop masturbation?
Masturbation: Masturbation is a common and natural part of the human experience. There is no medical reason to stop masturbating. In fact there is significant evidence that one needs to regularly ejaculate to remain healthy. Now if you are obsessing about a woman you cannot date or be with then that is another matter and one you may need to get to mental health therapy about. ...Read more
If both balls of a man be removed, can he still masturbate? Whether he loses his mustache and turns out to a woman, morally? Can he even be alive?
Depends: Unless he receives externally injected testosterone to maintain his interest in "sex" there would be no drive to masturbate. He would not produce sperm, but could expel some prostate secretions if he achieved erection & orgasm. There are a lot of things a male could succeed at with bilateral nut loss, but it would take some outside help. ...Read more
I'm a 17 year old female virgin and I have recently tried to masturbate but it is the most painful thing I've ever experienced. Is something wrong?
Masturbation: Masturbation should not be painful. It is a normal part of life and should be pleasurable. Focus on the areas of your genitals on the outside like the clitoris. Perhaps the pain was from inserting into the vagina? Consider watching a video online on female masturbation to get some ideas on how other women masturbate. Don't do anything that hurts. If it does not improve then see an Obgyn ...Read more
Do women masturbate as much as men ? I feel sometimes im the only lady that does. And im married.... I just feel the need to. Wrong? Abnormal? Im 27
Female sexuality: Females masturbate nearly as much as men. This is normal hunan behavior. I like women to know they have as much right to their sexuality as men. I often push the philosophy of this ownership of your body through this movement: http://www.Ourbodiesourselves.Org. ...Read more
Yes or no: Many women do masturbate, but certainly not all. It is a personal choice for every woman and there is no right or wrong answer to that question, only what is right for each individual woman. ...Read more
Yes, healthy: Yes, it's fine for a woman to masturbate. Some cultures may feel differently, but in your own privacy you have choice. It can be a way to learn about your body and appreciate its responses. Be well. ...Read more
Same for men: The answer is the same for women as it is for men. Self sex is definitely less risky, less trouble to arrange and can address some of the individuals needs. It could be that the given female is not interested in the social skill sets of these many men ready " to fulfill them" ...Read more
In some cases yes.: Females are more likely to concieve if they orgasm shortly after insemination. Uterine contractions that occur during orgasm and the quality of cervical mucus produced can aid sperm in gaining entry into the uterus. If you are able to achieve orgasm through masturbation or with your partner's help shortly after intercourse with the pelvis positioned to retain semen, that is ideal. ...Read more
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