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How Real People Masturbate

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Posted May 8, 2015 by Kimani in Sex Health
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Hey Vadgesters!

May is National Masturbation Month, and I know how much you love touching yourselves. I took my research to the streets and polled real people anonymously on how they rub one out. This is a great way to open discussion about self-pleasure, because it seems so taboo in society. Not to mention, has us so confused as to what’s right and what’s wrong when it comes to sex. So, let’s talk about it – how do real people masturbate?

 

  • It is very normal to please yourself.

We can’t see what people do within the privacy and comfort of their own homes – but know that there are a lot of individuals masturbating on this earth.

Nearly 1/2 of women between 18 and 60 have used a sex toy like a dildo or vibrator, according to a survey via Robert Morris University.

As you read this, someone is touching themselves.

 

  • Just like it’s normal to self-please, it’s completely normal not to.

Maybe it’s not your thing. Maybe you haven’t felt compelled to try it yet. Maybe it just didn’t do the job for you. Whatever the reason is – it’s okay to not masturbate.

 

  • Everyone has their own style.

You can make it special or make it quick. Some people prefer dim lights and soft music, others can do it anywhere. Many individuals need to watch porn to inspire them, while some can simply close their eyes and imagine.

 

  • Do you. Literally.

What you do behind doors is for you alone. There are people who will try to make you feel bad for making yourself feel good, yet they live unhappy lives. Let no one guilt you.

 

  • It’s good for your health.

Seriously. Not only does masturbation release endorphins that can calm you and make you feel good – it helps increase circulation to the genitals. It is also a stress relief method for both men and women, so instead of being cranky all day – rub one out.

 

Sources:

Web MD




About the Author

Kimani

A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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