It goes without saying that many of us are spending more time at home and in some cases, alone than we ever have before. We're also trying our darndest to manage the multitude of stressors that are popping up a la whack-a-mole. If your current situation could stand to be infused with more relaxation — and more pleasure — there has never been a better time to master masturbation. For instance, it relieves both physical and emotional stress, floods your body with feel-good, pain-killing endorphins, and orgasms release chemicals and hormones that boost immunity , Chavez points out. Masturbation can also be like waving a magic wand at stress-induced and inducing physical and mental roadblocks that are being exacerbated by this crisis. It can improve self-esteem and body image by reducing sexual and genital shame.
How to Masturbate If You Have a Penis: 11 Tips and Techniques
How to stop masturbating: 6 tips and tricks
We've already given you a guide for how to masturbate if you have a vagina. Here's your guide for that, too — and yes, there actually is a lot to learn when it comes to how to masturbate better. 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. Keep reading for some information on how to masturbate if you have a penis. Some ideas you might want to try, some you might not — it's all up to you. Before we get to the masturbation tips, let's talk about why it can be good for your health. Not only is it totally natural to masturbate, but it can also help reduce stress, help you sleep better, improve your body image, and more, according to Planned Parenthood.
How to Masturbate for Men: 15 Tips (Ultimate Guide)
One of the few not-awful effects of living in the time of the coronavirus pandemic is that masturbation has become new form of self care for a whole bunch of people. And while that's great news, given that we're now a number of months into quarantine, it stands to reason that many of these masturbating enthusiasts may be nearing the end of their personal honeymoon phase just as the Summer of Self-Love kicks off. So if you've been treating yourself oh-so-tenderly, but your orgasms have weakened as a result , consider shaking up your routine with kinky masturbation ideas. First things first, a kink can be explained as sexual play that goes beyond the scope of the cultural norm , exploring novelty beyond what's expected. But it's not so far out there; sexologist Shamyra Howard, LCSW , contends there's a good chance you've already had kinky sex at some point of another.
Marathon orgies. Multiple orgasms. Eye-locked lovemaking.