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.
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Shanna, you are a brave woman to tackle such a topic! I read your link, great writing. And now I must go and "get it on with myself" :. I've really enjoyed having a look around your blog today, keep up the good work. Thanks for sharing.
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I wish more women talked about getting themselves off as much as men do because then we'd probably all know the answer to questions like, " Is masturbation healthy for women? But before I get into those, I'd like to point out that it's totally fine to masturbate simply because it feels good! You don't need to justify this to anyone with a thousand-word thesis on the health benefits of rubbing one out.
December 5, Conduct an Internet search for "masturbation," and you will find hundreds, if not thousands, of slang phrases for the act. This proliferation of slang phrases suggests people want to talk about masturbation, but are uncomfortable about doing so directly.