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The 5 most essential masturbation tips for women

Solo sex will help you understand your body and is an opportunity to do what you want without being affected by others and then convey that knowledge to your partner.

Fantastic health benefits of solo sex:

  • Relax and unwind.
  • Menstrual cramps aren’t as bad.
  • More restful sleep.
  • Productivity at work has increased.
  • Glistening skin.

People in relationships masturbate too.

There is a persistent misconception among women that masturbating is reserved for single people. However, those in committed relationships may masturbate for several reasons. It’s not always the case that your libidos will match when you’re in a relationship. So, you’ll have to know how to take care of yourself.

There is no such thing as a finish line.

To be pleasurable, you don’t need to climax for sex, including self-pleasure. Instead of stressing about whether or not you’ll show up, concentrate on how amazing it feels to touch yourself.

Your most significant sex organ is between your ears. While most people don’t consider the brain a sexual organ, it plays an essential part in the first stages of every sexual encounter.

Your clit has more to it than meets the eye.

Many women may know that the vulva has a sweet spot with over 8,000 nerve endings. But did you realize it’s a lot bigger than it seems? The little nub on the top of your vulva is only the beginning. The clitoris is mainly internal and is formed like a wishbone.

Relax

If lighting candles, having a hot bath, or donning seductive underwear helps you relax, go ahead and do it. It’s a personal experience, so set aside some time. Make sure you don’t have any distractions.

Play around with your body and different postures.

Every vulva is unique, much like our bodies. Even if you spend time studying vulva anatomy pictures, you may not be aware of the appearance of your vulva. We recommend utilizing a hand-held mirror to check yourself out. Studying your anatomy can improve your sex life tenfold, regardless of your clitoral status.

You may vary things up during solitary play in the same way you try to be innovative and keep things interesting with a partner. As you mix it up, you’ll probably notice that some positions make your old vibrator motions or your fingers feel different – and in some cases, even more intense.

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