Melissa Kang does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Masturbating has always seemed to be acceptable for boys, but less commonly discussed among girls. Is it normal for girls to masturbate and are there any health consequences? I am a girl who accidentally discovered how to masturbate when I was quite young and continued it on and off afterwards, should I be worried about this?
Masturbate, of course! For starters, masturbation doesn't just feel good—solo play is legit good for you. Female masturbation is GOOD for you. Yeah, you're welcome. In other words, you should probably consider adding it to your self-care Sunday routine, stat, especially at a time when stress levels are soaring. Beyond that, a solid solo session is crazy-good for your sex life in all sorts of ways. For one, it may help you get more comfortable in bed.
How to Masturbate with a Vagina: 28 Tips and Tricks for Solo Play
Masturbation should not be a taboo topic for women: Not only does it feel amazing, but it can also improve your health , sleep, and sex life. Whether you struggle to reach orgasm , are a busy mom who needs to do the deed faster, or are simply looking for a different masturbation technique to spice things up, these tips will sharpen your solo sex skills. Assuming you're familiar with the clitoris , it's time you get to know the more elusive G-spot. Located on the upper wall of the vagina, about two to three inches inside the vaginal opening, it swells up when you are already aroused, says Courtney Cleman, founder of the V. Stimulating it can boost the sensations that can help you orgasm that much faster, she adds.
Porn isn't exactly famed for its realism. Women masturbate with legs splayed and backs arched, orgasming after a few minutes of frantic rubbing and moaning. But in reality, those positions aren't necessarily the most conducive to pleasure for women.