S weden, you must stop! And now a word for female masturbation: klittra. The Swedish Association for Sexuality Education RFSU held a competition late last year that asked people to nominate words that women could use instead of having to — ahem — press into service the traditionally male-associated words and phrases that abound.
Today we asked Anna Targonskayamedical consultant at Flo, to answer most frequent questions by our users. Keep reading to get the answers on all masturbation FAQs that can run through your mind. Masturbation is the stimulation of your erogenous zones clitoris, anal, vagina with the goal to achieve sexual satisfaction and come to an orgasm.
We need to talk about female masturbation more. Think about it — how many times have you heard a guy making a casual joke about jerking off? How many times have you seen a movie or TV show that depicted a dude touching his junk?
Historically, masturbation has gotten a bad rapbut 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.
Fun fact: Masturbation can be awesome! In fact, a lot of girls do it, and enjoying it doesn't make you weird. So, why masturbate?
Most book parties are G-rated affairs. So I did a double-take at the invite in my mailbox from Taschen, the once-prestigious art publisher that now has what must be a more profitable sideline in erotica. But is female masturbation really the last remaining sexual taboo?
If the world was ending, at least I was leaving with a bang. Multiple bangs if I was lucky. The leader of the workshop is the legendary 83 - year-old sex educator, Betty Dodson.
This is especially galling when you take the benefits of female masturbation into account. It would be one thing if masturbation were just this thing you do without any potential payoff, but in reality, masturbation—and the orgasms it may cause—can bring a lot of good into your life. Still not enough to sell you?
This just in: women masturbate! It's totally normal and healthy! Everyone does it! So, now that we've gotten that out of the way, let's talk about on-screen female masturbation scenes—which are pretty few and far between compared to their male equivalents because for some reason people get super uncomfortable with the idea that women like sex.