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Masturbation is the first sexual activity for many people. With it we discover our erotic feelings and learn not to be ashamed of them or our genitals.

It's the best way to get to know sex and get rid of old fears and inhibitions. A way to gain confidence and be able to communicate without fear with our lovers.

 Masturbation has many positive aspects and helps those who practice it: it provides sexual satisfaction to people who are unable to find a partner, it is a solution for people who are unable to find a partner, it is a solution for adolescents with irrepressible sex cravings and it avoids unwanted pregnancies. It is also a good remedy for separated persons and couples, when one of them is sick, when one does not feel like making love, or when one does not achieve orgasm through penetration.

Is masturbation a man thing?


 The boys masturbate, alone or in a group; slowly or quickly; in one position or another, but the fact is that the boys masturbate.

 But what about the girls? Masturbation was always considered a man's business. In fact, it still seems to be so today. There's hardly any talk of female masturbation.

 What's wrong with trying to please yourself? Nothing. Nothing to be ashamed of, nothing to feel guilty about. Masturbation should be considered something natural, something primordial that is part of our lives, just like eating or sleeping. There are many reasons to be self-satisfied, even if you don't tell anyone afterwards. Basically it is liberating, fun and healthy, very healthy (even the O.M.S. extols its virtues). Other reasons among many:

- To learn how to feel comfortable in your skin.

 - To find out what's best for you.

 - Because it's the best school.

 - To try new things (then, if you want, you'll do it with someone else).

 - Because you don't have a partner.

 - To increase your libido. Sex calls sex.

 - Because the people who do have a longer sex life.

 - To strengthen your pelvic musculature.

 - Because, since you don't need anyone, you can do it any time.

 - Because you feel like......


The first masturbation

It usually appears in late childhood and early puberty.

 Although it is common to hear about masturbation, many young people come to masturbation by accident or by trial and error in self-exploration behaviors.

 As for women, some start as girls, others report having started masturbating after their first sexual interactions, imitating the genital caresses they received from their partners.

Functions of masturbation.

During adolescence it is an important part of psychosexual development, helping the person to identify the patterns of arousal of one's sexual response.

 During an important part of life, masturbation can be used to relieve sexual tension and as a way to get pleasure, especially when alternatives are not available.

Masturbation as a way of living sexuality.

The practice of sexuality demonstrates that masturbation is a way of living sexuality, whose function is more relevant in certain circumstances, but which always plays an important role.

 Most Spaniards have practiced sexual self-satisfaction. Men stand out over women, they show more perseverance and affection.

 Far from being a practice limited to adolescence and in general to youth, it is a pleasant exercise that lasts a lifetime, even if young people masturbate more than older people.

Stimuli that serve as a source of satisfaction.

These stimuli are of a varied nature, as befits a practice which, in principle, does not place limits on the imagination. The stimuli that are used most frequently are those that cost the least and in which the imagination is tested above all.

 Erotizing the mind requires effort, and this is always pleasant.

 Read erotic novels, watch picture books, erotic dye films, pornographic, write an erotic story, mentally nude others, think you would like to make a man/woman, etc.

Excitement during masturbation.

One of the characteristics of masturbation is that the person is much freer to stimulate himself in the way he prefers, and also to fantasize (imagine situations and activities) during its realization.

Masturbation myths.

Today we know that masturbation is a normal and healthy act in any human being, which does not cause any kind of physical or psychological harm. Moreover, masturbation, alone, of course, is 100% safe sex, since it does not transmit sexually transmitted diseases and there is no risk of pregnancy. Another important point is that through masturbation we learn to know our body and explore our sexuality, which helps us function better sexually with our partner.

 However, even with this change in attitude in our society, several myths about masturbation persist, which worry parents and even masturbation practitioners themselves. Let us know some of the myths related to masturbation:

 Masturbation causes physical harm: False, masturbation is a normal and healthy act and does NOT cause: acne, blindness, hair loss, tuberculosis, paralysis, hand hair, decreased sexual potency, infertility, reduction or enlargement of penis size. Conclusion, it does not cause physical changes in the person.

 Masturbation causes psychological harm: False, masturbation is a normal, healthy act and does NOT cause: insanity, an antisocial personality, or other personality or mental health changes.

 Only people without a sexual partner masturbate: False, it is not uncommon for couples to masturbate, even many husband-and-wife couples do. Masturbation is just another form of sexual expression and practicing it does not mean that you are dissatisfied with your partner's sexual performance. In addition, masturbation helps the couple learn to recognize the stimuli necessary to achieve orgasm, thus improving the quality of sexual intercourse. If you don't know what you like yourself, how can you expect your partner to know?

 Masturbation is practiced only by young and immature people: False, although it is true that masturbation reaches its maximum expression in adolescence, it is still practiced during adulthood.

 Only men masturbate: False, studies conducted in different countries show that many men and women have practiced at some time in their lives.

 Excessive masturbation is harmful: False, there are no negative consequences, as long as:

 - masturbation does not persistently interfere with or substitute for partner sexual activity, i.e., the person prefers to masturbate rather than have shared sex with his or her partner, or if he or she masturbates after intercourse because he or she feels that he or she did not achieve the desired pleasure

 - do not establish a vicious circle, obsession or compulsion, that is, that the person feels that masturbation prevents them from fulfilling their responsibilities, that it forces them to leave their daily routine in order to masturbate, or that it interferes with their social activities.

 As we can see, masturbation is just another form of sexual expression and a totally normal and healthy practice in any individual, be it child, youth, adult, man or woman.

Some questions.

Can masturbation be more enjoyable than intercourse?

It is not uncommon for this to happen, most research indicates that it usually does in many women, especially from a strictly physical point of view. Reasons, there are some, you can fantasize with calm and serenity, you know your own rhythm, explore your sensibility without depending on another person...To stop masturbating is to miss an unbeatable opportunity to know your own body in depth.

How can the frequency of masturbation affect us?

There is no scientific argument to indicate that masturbation - even if it is frequent - involves any physical or mental health problems. This is a valid alternative to sexual expression, which can also be very useful for your sexual future. The knowledge he now gains from his own body and erotic sensitivity, the fantasies that multiply pleasure, must all be transferred to his relationships with other people and, therefore, constitutes one more possibility for his future sources of pleasure.

Making love alone

A solo love ritual includes... a very sensual bath, body acceptance, a massage, a genital exploration and a dance inside the mirror to practice the movements of sex.  It ends with an orgasm in an erotic setting of your choice. Variations can be made to suit everyone's taste.

An example. "Lights, camera and action"

With the stage you've chosen, settle in and take a deep breath. Say "I love you" in a sensual voice. In this environment, it's slow motion that strikes, so take your time and be a delicate lover. Walk your body with your hands. Touch your breasts. Massage your genitals. Go up slowly. Don't think about the orgasm - think about how much fun you're having while playing with your body and your fantasies.  Enjoy, try to give yourself pleasure, love for yourself, sex for yourself, and choose the fantasy that you like most at each moment, and above all, give yourself time.


Masturbation is perhaps the easiest way to get sexual pleasure, as you don't need anything or anyone to get it (you have everything you need to get pleasure).

 Masturbation, nowadays, is considered an important element in sexual learning, and there is no scientific evidence to speak of physical disorders as a consequence.

 Masturbation used to be considered an entirely male practice, but it is clear that women have also used it.

 That masturbation embarrasses us is what should embarrass us. Masturbating is liberating, fun and healthy. It has the blessing of the S.M.O. and sex therapists recommend its practice.

 Self-satisfaction should be commonly accepted and taught.

 Our mind is our best aphrodisiac.

 It is evident that each person is responsible and autonomous to take the decisions that he considers pertinent with respect to his sexual life, of course, respecting the others.


 DE BÉJAR, S. Your sex is yours. Chapter 4. Editorial Plaza & Janés. 2001.  Barcelona

 LABRADOR, F. Guide to Sexuality. Espasa Calpe Publishing House, 1994. Madrid Chap.21 pp165-177.

 OCHOA, E. F. L. 200 questions about sex. Chapter VII. Masturbation.  Editorial Temas de Hoy. Madrid


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