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Break The Taboo And Masturbate For Better Sex

Masturbation is a normal, pleasurable part of exploring your sexuality. But many people buy into the myths surrounding masturbation and decide that not only is it wrong, it’s also dirty and unnecessary. Nothing could be further from the truth!

Are you being held back by the taboos surrounding masturbation? Read on and break free!

Women who masturbate early and often are more likely to derive the most sexual pleasure from their partners when they do begin to have regular sex. They will know their body better, and have a much clearer idea of what makes them hot – and therefore, can tell their partners through their words and their motion exactly what they need to get off. Those who masturbate are often far more comfortable with their body, and that allows them to relax more during a sexual encounter, thus enhancing all the feelings that go along with it.

One of the biggest misconceptions about masturbation is that if a woman has a partner, she doesn’t need to masturbate – her partner should be able to fulfill all her needs and then some. Nothing could be further from the truth. Everyone’s sexuality is different, and some women simply need more than what their partner can provide. There is nothing at all wrong with this, and it doesn’t imply that the partner can’t satisfy them…quite the contrary, in fact. A woman who recognizes her own sex drive and desires is much more likely to be responsive to her partner, thus opening up even more sexual play.

There are many taboos against female masturbation, and one of them is that it should be done alone, behind closed doors – if it is done at all. This taboo often prevents women from sharing openly with their partner. Mutual masturbation, or watching your partner while both of you masturbate, is one of the easiest ways to show your lover what you need and want. The intense intimacy of mutual masturbation might seem overwhelming to some – after all, you are showing someone else the things you do when you are in a private setting, and that can always be a daunting thing.

Opening up to your partner – and your own sexuality – through masturbation can be one of the most pleasurable and empowering things you can do. Don’t let social mores and old traditions hold you back! Masturbate to your heart’s content to learn more about yourself and in doing so, learn more about how to have a great sex life with your partner.

About Denise Brienne

Confident, fun, well-rounded and sexy. Those are words that describe author Denise Brienne, a thirty-something woman who has a knack for giving the best advice to those who want to spice up their intimate relationships.

One comment

  1. I totally agree and as more and more studies come out it seems to confirm this. Masturbation is a common prescription of sex therapists. We certainly don’t want boys and girls having sex early so masturbation is a healthy way to nurture their sexual response, develop a strong, rewarding orgasm, and become comfortable with their bodies for when they are ready for sex. Waiting until after all your development and growth is done to work on sexual response is a recipe for difficulty down the road and probably why we need so many medications for sexual performance.

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