Masturbation is healthy. It helps to stabilize your blood pressure, is good for the cardiovascular system and releases happy hormones such as endorphins and oxytocin. Solo sex is also said to help keep our bodies in shape, but how many calories could you actually burn this way? Does the ‘masturbation diet’ really work? Let’s find out.
Men and women can often feel threatened when their partner masturbates. That’s a perfectly normal response. The partner’s sexual gratification is not dependent on us, and this can leave us feeling excluded. But we really don’t have to feel like this. Indeed, masturbation can in fact be a positive force when accepted into an intimate relationship.
Have you ever heard of “squirting”? We’re talking about female ejaculation of course. Thanks to exaggerated portrayals of female ejaculation in porn movies, many women think they’re not capable of it. “Wrong,” says Mariah Freya, an expert and founder of the online platform Beducated.com. According to Freya, every woman is capable of squirting. And here’s how.
The show that dives into all things sexy, saucy & naughty. That’s the credo of the new You Tube series ‘Private Parts’, presented by Womanizer. Together with her guests, illustrator and influencer Venus Libido are doing some some frank talking. For the start of the new show we asked Venus a few questions.
I didn’t purchase my first vibrator until I was in my 30s. Like most women, I’d been raised to believe that sex and masturbation were dirty, and typically saw my role in the bedroom as providing pleasure to my partner. My own pleasure was typically an afterthought, and, to be honest, I was usually left frustrated. The truth was, I didn’t know my body, at all…
I try to keep a level head and stay humble, but when it comes to talking about my job, it’s honestly hard not to brag sometimes. After all, how many people can say they get paid to get off? At least, that was the assignment I set for myself this week. The challenge was simple: masturbate every day for a week and chronicle my experiences. The results were anything but expected. Here’s what happened…