We've already given you a guide for how to masturbate if you have a vagina. But what if you have a penis? Here's your guide for that, too — and yes, there actually is a lot to learn. This is giving very little credit to the art of masturbation and the multitude of pathways to explore, regardless of which set of reproductive organs you possess. Sex ed in America is a hot mess, and there is likely zero focus on pleasure of any kind, regardless of gender.
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Masturbate, of course! The fact that it feels phenom is reason enough to get down with your bad self. I know what you're thinking: duh! But if you're looking to avoid pregnancy or eliminate your risk of STIs, masturbation is the way to go, says Wendasha Jenkins Hall , PhD, a sex educator and researcher. All the pleasure, none of the risk!
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Most men learn to masturbate quickly and quietly, as testosterone-loaded adolescents worried about parents or siblings walking in and disturbing their personal time. And those secretive, fast-and-furious habits can spill into adulthood, says Emily Morse, a sex expert and host of the popular podcast Sex with Emily. Now that we're all stuck at home self-isolating, many of us have all the time in the world to masturbate. A childhood dream come true!
Masturbation is one of life's greatest pleasures and yet touching yourself is often overlooked in the bedroom. You know exactly how to hit your sweet spot and you always have a good time on your own, and yet masturbating with an audience can feel like a different matter. But what if you learned to share this sensual experience with your partner? Something as simple as mutual masturbation can be game-changing for your relationship, adding shared intimacy, increased pleasure and your very own live sex show into the mix.