Historically, masturbation has gotten a bad rap , but a party for one is still a party. And this is one party you'll actually feel better after attending. Masturbation has some awesome health benefits and feels really really good. Research shows most women over the age of 18 have masturbated at least once, but few women do so routinely. C'mon ladies, we deserve better than that. Masturbation is a normal, enjoyable and healthy experience.
8 Health Benefits of Masturbation
What Are The Health Benefits Of Female Masturbation?
For centuries, adolescents have been warned that the sin of self-gratification can lead to blindness, impotence, acne, and even furry palms, and in fact, some people still believe that masturbation can cause mental health problems or damage to your genitals. But that is blatantly untrue — getting sexy with yourself is actually good for you. Here, clinical sexologist Dr. Tanginika Cuascud shares eight reasons to let go of any shame and embrace your inner cochina :. It helps you love yourself more. Knowledge of your own body can be incredibly empowering — and the more you tune in to your mind and body, the happier you'll be in your relationships.
Health Benefits of Solo Female Sexuality
Subscriber Account active since. Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! Get it now on Libro. Much stigma surrounds masturbation — for both men and women. Yet, most doctors regard it as not only safe, but a healthy sexual behavior and an important part of overall sexual health.
Whether you had a full lecture on the ins-and-outs of orgasms or nothing at all, it can affect the way you see your body and sex. There are so many sex-positive educators in shining a light on the importance of pleasure and understanding your body. So, it feels slightly bizarre that female pleasure is still a bit of a taboo.