Masturbation in men and women
HistoryMasturbation was a big taboo for a long time and still in some cultures. It is now known that masturbation is an important part of healthy sexual development. People who masturbate know their own body better. Moreover, within a sexual relationship they are better able to make clear what their wishes and needs are. Ultimately this will lead to a better sex life.
Masturbation in womenMasturbation in women is also called fingering. Women masturbate by stimulating the vulva with their fingers or a vibrator for example. All parts of the vulva, such as labia, vagina (opening) and clitoris are sensitive to sexual stimulation. For most women, the clitoris has the most sensitivity. Caressing the clitoris rhythmically allows the woman to come to an orgasm. Some women can also come with a vaginal orgasm. A vaginal orgasm is achieved by stimulating the vaginal wall. The g-spot is a place on the vagina wall that is extra sensitive. The g-spot lies a few centimeters deep in the vagina on the belly side. There are special vibrators to stimulate the g-spot.
Women are less visually inclined than men when it comes to sexual arousal. Sexual fantasies therefore also play a more important role while masturbating in women.
The woman will become more and more excited during self-gratification. This builds up a sexual tension that can eventually release into an orgasm. In order to achieve an orgasm, the tension must constantly be built up further. When stimulation is stopped or the woman is distracted, rebuilding has to be started again.
Use of a vibrator can enrich masturbation and facilitate orgasm. Many vibrators and dildos are striking and have the shape of a penis. These devices are also often relatively large. Many women experience this as pornographic, which often makes them feel ordinary. Such feelings hinder sexual pleasure during masturbation and make it more difficult to build up the sexual tension. This can make it difficult to have an orgasm. Moreover, many vibrators are aimed at (deep) vaginal penetration. Most women come by the stimulation of the external parts of the vulva. In particular, stimulating the clitoris and the surrounding area cause an orgasm in women. The female-friendly vibrators from Emotional Bliss do not have these limitations.
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Self-satisfaction with menMasturbation in men is also called subtraction. A man jerks off by placing one or two hands around the shaft of the penis. The skin is then opened and lowered by hand. While moving up and down the foreskin slides over the glans. Moving up and down is a strong sexual stimulus for the man, which can eventually lead to orgasm. When a man cums, this is usually accompanied by an ejaculation, about 1-4 ml of sperm then comes out with some force, the penis is ejected through the urethra.
Men are much more visually oriented than women in the sexual field. Men will get more or less excited when watching a porn movie or porn on the internet. Watching porn can be an extra incentive for men during self-satisfaction.