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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? I'm 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
Are non penetrative sex practices risky for contracting leprosy? E.g.: female (active) to male (passive) masturbation without condom, fellatio.
Maybe, but low risk: Any personal contact (kissing, skin contact, etc) can transmit leprosy. This includes sex, both penetrating and non penetrating, but probably no more often than other contact. Fortunately, leprosy is quite hard to transmit. Most household and sexual contacts (e.g. spouses) never catch it themselves. I suggest you discuss it with the doctor or clinic caring for the person with leprosy. Read more
Can an ob/gyn doctor male or female have a female or a male patient to masterbate during the exam for testings etc?
Inappropriate: It would be very inappropriate and quite odd (in most cases) to have a patient masturbate as part of an exam. Read more
Masturbation: The number of times people masturbate may vary greatly for an individual, male or female. Typically, males do it more than females however that isn't always true. As long as it isn't interfering with your life, or hurting anybody that is important to you than there isn't such a thing as too much masturbation. There is no such thing as a normal amount of masturbation. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Masturbation: No. Masturbation is a regular part of normal adolescence. Most young teenagers discover that masturbation is sexually pleasing and recognize that self-stimulation is an expression of their own developing sexuality. A child who masturbates is not oversexed, promiscuous, or sexually deviant. Nor will he go blind or insane, grow pimples or warts, or become sterile. Read more
MASTURBATE: It will never be known but is likely age and marital status dependent. What's ok for you is ok for you. Read more
Yes: Self sex is a common practice across genders at any age. It is seldom discussed openly and suffers many cultural taboos and myths about supposed bad effects. Studies see the emergence as the body awakens in puberty and some decline when partner sex is available. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Healthy vs compulsiv: If it's interfering w/relationships &productive pursuits, taking up more &more time &energy, & impacting how u feel abt yrself, it may be addictive sexual behavior. If not, & it is in balance with other things in yr life & u simply feel guilty abt it due to messages u got abt sex being "bad" or "dirty" as a kid, then it may be good to work on accepting yr sexuality. Check sexaa. Org 4 more info. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
See professionals...: You need to consult with a urologist or other related expert to decide how you can be helped for your premature ejaculation. That can be done, but requiring your willingness to hear what you need to hear because overindulgence and obsession may distort your expectation. So, open your mind to realize the available truth and facts of life, which should be the first step to tackle our daily living... Read more
Anxiety: Likely you are experiencing interference from anxiety. Being sexually intimate with someone requires a great deal of closeness, trust, and comfort. Sexual intimacy also requires readiness to be vulnerable. When anxious, our bodies react as if danger may be near; blood rushes to our core in preparation for fight or flight (opposite of what leads to sexuality). Take your time & talk with your doc. Read more