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Why Is Female Masturbation Looked Down On In The United States

By Ayman de Meijer

Females who are in need of sexual gratification often turn to masturbation to achieve their sexual and psychological objectives. Many married and single women often masturbate and explore their erogenous zones so as to have orgasm whenever they need it. A lot of women even masturbate and achieve multiple orgasm during one erotic masturbation session.[female masterbation]

Masturbation among married women is common since for so many of them, that is the only way they can achieve orgasm and enjoy sexual pleasure. For most other women who reach orgasm through sex with male partners, they have to plead and beg and cajole their men to suck them and help them achieve it.

First, it’s a good idea to have a supply of lubricant before you set off to masturbate. You should also have clean hands and cut fingernails so you don’t hurt yourself. It’s a known fact that if your hands are dirty and you touch your vaginal area, then you could introduce some bacteria and cause a nasty bladder infection and that’s no fun at all!

With that view firmly established in the American psyche it is easy to see how masturbation and especially female masturbation is something considered indecent and gross. So you have very repressed people who naturally have urges to masturbate but have been raised to see those natural urges as bad, improper, and even evil.What you should understand is that these are simply someones beliefs and have nothing to do with reality. The reality is that humans are sexual creatures (how else do you think you are here reading this?) and the urge to masturbate is as natural as the urge to eat and sleep.

Men need to master the women erogenous zones because that will make their partners adore them and be ready to have sex whenever they like. This is because sex with these women will be a give and take situation; the woman gives and receives pleasure, just like the man. Otherwise, the women will continue to masturbate even after having sex with their men.Graphs are not very exciting concepts but nevertheless they can be useful. Imagine the male orgasm graph which looks a little like a vertical phallic symbol. Then imagine the female orgasm graph which looks like the outline of a woman’s vulva.

That’s another thing to remember. Mutual masturbation can be very sexy! Plus, a lot of guys love to watch their woman masturbate and you wouldn’t believe how much it can turn a guy on to watch her go for it and pleasure herself! Plus, if he watches, he is bound to learn what makes you get turned on and that can only make your own love making sessions even better!

Build up with a partner takes much longer than a few seconds. But also the sensations are more pleasurable and physically intense as he stimulates me. My mind has no conscious focus except the sensations of my partner touching me and thinking about his erection.For me, orgasm with a partner includes pelvic contractions but there is not the same sense of release. Using fantasy allows me to be the woman but also to identify with the man at the point of orgasm as he thrusts and ejaculates to orgasm. Perhaps this ability to superimpose the act of male ejaculation on my orgasm produces my sense of release.

During female masturbation, whatever sexual activity I am imagining (usually anal sex or occasionally fellatio), my focus at the point of orgasm is thinking about the man’s orgasm. The act of ejaculation is highly graphic and, for me, symbolizes the sexual satisfaction of my own orgasm.I approached sex initially as a man must. I hoped to feel sexual arousal and that I would be able to reach orgasm during sex. I was bitterly disappointed as many women are, who are familiar with orgasm from female masturbation, when they first come to sex. I concluded that the female mind and body simply do not respond to sex as a man’s mind and body do.

Few men would attempt to reach orgasm without stimulating their penis and yet many experts still claim that clitoral stimulation is not necessary for a woman to orgasm during sex. It is true that women do not tend to approach sex looking for genital stimulation but this is because they are not necessarily in a state of mental arousal where genital stimulation makes sense.Since relatively few women masturbate, most women are unfamiliar with what orgasm feels like and how to achieve it. Instead of seeking genital stimulation from sex, many women prefer to limit their sexual experiences to vaginal intercourse, called ‘making love’

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Meijer, Ayman D. "Why Is Female Masturbation Looked Down On In The United States." Why Is Female Masturbation Looked Down On In The United States. 19 Apr. 2014. 2 Aug 2014 <>.

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