Female masturbation is often viewed as a taboo subject. You’ve probably cornered yourself reading this article and looked over your shoulder, afraid of the strange glances from passersby. To be honest, I found myself hiding my notes for this piece when my colleagues randomly approached my desk to ask if I wanted a cup of tea. It’s not discussed that women masturbate, but that shouldn’t be the case. Despite research showing that women masturbate as often as men, this is still not an issue that all women openly discuss. The Swedes even coined a new term for female masturbation so that women could talk about the subject in the usual words about men. We’ve created a guide for women’s self-fulfillment to help us avoid permanent social stigma. We talked to women about their own masturbation experiences. The only thing left to do now is to keep reading and plan an early night. Getting to know your genitals Understanding the different organs of your body is the first step towards successful stimulation. Don’t be fooled by the fact that you may not know the names of your organs, experts say, as the first and most important step is to learn how to ‘use’ them. I think the best way to know your body is to know the terminology is the best approach. “It would be great if we were taught techniques in school, but unfortunately we are not. While it’s good to know the terminology, it’s not essential. My advice would be to explore, find out how things feel, and if it feels good, move on!” To assist us in our quest to become more familiar with our anatomy, I will share simple, straightforward definitions for some of our body parts. Vulva: “This is the outer part of your female genitalia. It contains the clitoris, labial lips, urethra, and the entrance to the vagina, and its mouth is almond-shaped.” Clitoris: “When people talk about the clitoris, they usually just talk about the glans penis—the very sensitive exterior, but the bean-like bump you can see on the vulva is just the tip of the iceberg. The body organ whose only function is to give pleasure.” I also think getting to know your menstrual cycle is an important way to ensure you get the most out of the experience “I think some of you will want to do more research on fun activities during a woman’s ovulation period. You may not feel the urge to masturbate during your premenstrual cycle, but even if orgasm lasts a little longer, it’s actually much longer.” it will be fine.”
Female masturbation is often viewed as a taboo subject. You’ve probably cornered yourself reading this article and looked over your shoulder, afraid of the strange glances from passersby. To be honest, I found myself hiding my notes for this piece when my colleagues randomly approached my desk to ask if I wanted a cup of tea.