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The Importance of Masturbation for Women

Women and masturbation is rarely discussed in comparison to other topics about sexuality. Yet the female sex toy industry makes tens of millions of dollars a year. Then why is it still so taboo?
Masturbation is a fundamental element in enjoying a healthy sexuality and a confident lifestyle. By exploring your body by yourself you discover what feels good for you, which you can communicate to your partner. Orgasms, whether they are by yourself or with a partner, release tension, allowing your body to relax. And most importantly, it's fun. Whether you've never orgasmed before, have just lost your sex drive, or have wanted to try it and never have, masturbation is a great way to explore your sexual limits.

Unfortunately, many more men than women masturbate, or at least admit to it. According to The Janus Report on Sexual Behavior released in 1992, only 38 percent of women masturbate on a regular basis in comparison to 55 percent of men. But more recently Redbook, the women's magazine, conducted their own survey to discover that 68% of married women masturbated.

Here are a few key tips to get started in exploring yourself, allowing you to enjoy sex with your partner more. Remember that there's no "right" or "wrong" way, as long as it feels right. You may not orgasm the first time, or even the first few times. Like anything worth it, you'll have to practice what feels right for you.

Exploring yourself is a great way to get comfortable with your body. Many women are self-concious during sex, which inhibits their ability to get lost in the moment. Take deep breaths, and tighten your PC muscles. Consider looking up Kegel exercises, which strengthen the muscles, giving you more control. Stroke yourself, with varying degrees and pressure, paying special attention to what feels best. Try varying pressures, speeds, and motions.

Lubrication is vitally important. A great product that lubricates and stimulates blood flow to erogenous tissue, increasing sensitivity and enhancing climax, is HerSolution Gel™.

Don't just focus on the genitals; take time to explore your whole body, concentrating on your most sensitive parts such as breasts. If there is a trigger that usually lights you up during sex with a partner, then try to incorporate that into your solo play if possible.

This is a great time to explore fantasy and sexual taboos. Exhibitionism for the Shy author suggests breaking your own sexual limits - such as, if you've wanted to talk dirty in bed with your partner, then try it out first to yourself when you're alone. This will make you more comfortable with the idea, even if it only happens when you're alone. By yourself, there is no one else to please - the focus is on you. See what gets you hot and bothered. Remember, it is completely normal to fantasize about someone who isn't your partner.
Now it's up to you what you take out of this exploration, but if you'd like to continue feeling great, communicating all that you learned you like with your partner is important to a more fulfilling sex life.



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