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Half of women masturbate to relax while a quarter do it to reduce their stress, a scientific study has found. Hundreds of women were quizzed as part of research to 'open the doors' to more studies investigating female sexual pleasure. Researchers discovered that more than one in four women masturbate up to three times a week.
Alexandra Katehakissex therapist and clinical director at the Center for Healthy Sextells Rolling Stone that pressuring someone to watch you masturbate is not about sex. Why someone would commit a non-violent sexual assault such as flashing, rather than a physically violent act like groping or rape, is largely because of self-imposed boundaries. Rape is a more pathological act and more criminal.
FROM porn habits to self-pleasure, thousands of Fabulous readers took part in our exclusive no-holds-barred sex survey. Yes, really. Perhaps she just loves sex and wants to enhance the experience.
As part of their Passion Report, the company polled more than 1, men and women on their solo sex habits and desires, and came up some cool findings. According to the report, only 19 percent of women say they think about a celebrity when they masturbateand single people are more likely to do it than those in a relationship. On the other hand, a whopping 33 percent of men slap the salami to celebrities.
This post is part of Mashable's Masturbation Week. May is National Masturbation Month, so we're celebrating by exploring the many facets of self-love. Look, we've all been there.
However, as anticipated, the Indian public just refuses to stand silent. What makes this incident so relevant? Culture from the beginning has dictated discretion, may it be about the menstrual cycle, or self pleasure.
Over the course of history, masturbation has been notoriously badgered by some bad science and ridiculous conjectures. And then came Jean-Etienne Dominque Esquirol, the French psychiatrist in the s who linked masturbation to mania, who was also wrong. The survey by the sensual lifestyle company asked both male and females about their masturbation habits, routines, and desires.
Here's a stock photo we found of a women simulating an orgasm. All photos via Shuttershock. Girls may not talk about masturbation as openly as guys, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy rubbing one out every now and then.