Thanks in part to movies featuring loser teens violating freshly baked pies, masturbation has a rep as a last resort for the desperate and dateless. Not true. It's practically a national pastime--and not just for guys. In a survey by psychologist Carol Rinkleib Ellison, Ph. And in a survey by the Berman Center in Chicago, 44 percent of female respondents said they used a vibrator to paddle their pink canoe. We may not talk about it much, but when it comes to shagging ourselves, we girls are anything but shy. And while you'd think singles would be the ones spending more time with their hands below their belts, studies show that people who are married or live with a partner play with themselves more often than those on the dating circuit. Which is why so many sex therapists encourage clients who are unhappy in the sack to start getting it on alone.
Wash your hands, warm your vibrators, and kick stigma to the curb.
Here are eight ways that masturbating more can make you a healthier person. Like Hot Bartenders? Yes, really! Masturbation is linked to preventing cervical cancer and relieving symptoms of UTIs, so get busy! Mix it up by straddling a pillow or rubbing it against your clitoris. Think Natalie Portman in Black Swan … only sans mother. A study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine found that the use of lubricants is linked to a more satisfying sex life for women, which tends to lead to a healthier relationship with your partner too. Have you ever wondered what your O face looks like? Well, wonder no more.
Ariel knows that things are definitely better down where it's wetter.
Lauren Swanson. America is filled with anti-abortion activists and there's not much we can do about it. Make reproductive laws even stricter — for men. During a May 22 stand-up set at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City, the year-old suggested an equal opportunity proposition for pro-lifers: Stop men from masturbating, so a sperm's life can be spared. And you know what that means: We've gotta legislate that shit. As the Reese Witherspoon-played character said in "Legally Blonde," "All masturbatory emissions where his sperm was clearly not seeking an egg could be termed reckless abandonment. That's a shame because those other studies really support Silverman's ingenious plan. We take a really long needle-like basically GoPro camera and we put it down your penis hole, urethra… then down into your testicular sack," Silverman said.
Did you feel guilty for the way it made you feel? Masturbation is a part of human nature. The first time we masturbate is an euphoric experience, where we experience a wave of immense pleasure we never knew possible. But it also leaves us confused and embarrassed. And that makes for interesting stories to tell. But one night, I was lying on my bed and hugging my bolster while watching a movie clip that turned me on. I remember it feeling damn good. I kept rubbing until… yeah, it came out.