Who does it most, why it's so good for you, and everything else you should know about self-pleasure. Or you don't do it nearly as often as your body wants you to, but you want to work it into your routine. Start reading. Like, ever.
Masturbation and Married People
Facts About Married People and Masturbation
Masturbating is totally normal and because it lets you learn about what you really want, it can greatly improve your sex life. But despite so the fact that most people masturbate , we still don't talk about it enough. So TENGA , a designer of pleasure products for men, interviewed 1, Americans about their masturbation habits , why they do it, and the effects that it has on their relationship, and more. And there was a definite difference between the sexes. I mean, it's old news that women masturbate — thank god we no longer think of it as a strictly male activity. In fact, women love to masturbate.
18 Strange and Interesting Facts about Masturbation that no one wants to talk about
Adult content and themes might not be your jam — bail now if that's the case. How much time do you spend with yourself? How much erotic time do you spend with yourself? Do you feel weird or ashamed about getting sexy with yourself? I'm asking because the stats tell us women aren't pleasuring themselves as often as menfolk do.
In a recent survey conducted by the Daily Star Online, we asked 1, women how often they masturbate — and the results were telling. The found that Brits in general masturbate around three times per week on average, but the national average for women is twice per week. Stereotypes suggest that the older generation have a lower sex drive than the younger, but our survey disproves this theory.