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HEY DUDE REMEMBER WHEN YOU ASKED ME HOW TO MASTURBATE??!!!
WELL, HERE'S HOW:
Here are some of the many ways women masturbate with their genitals:
• massaging the clitoral shaft or hood, labia or mons with hands (either whole hands or with fingers, knuckles or palms with varying kinds of speed, pressure or movement) or an object
• rubbing or rocking the vulva up against objects (like a pillow, the edge of a chair or the edge of the bed)
• inserting fingers or sex toys into the vagina or anus, often paired with clitorial stimulation
• using a vibrator or other toys to stimulate the clitoris, labia, thighs, perineum, rectum or other sites
• using a faucet or showerhead for clitoral stimulation
• sitting on large vibrating objects, like a washing machine
• pressing and unpressing the thighs tightly together
If you need some help knowing where those places are on your anatomy, have a look at this: Pink Parts - Female Sexual Anatomy
Some of the many places on the body women will self-stimulate, including, but not limited to, their genitals, when we masturbate are the: breasts, clitoris, anus, neck, vaginal opening, labia (outer and/or inner), perineum, vagina, hands, mouth, thighs, buttocks, feet, back, ears and just about anywhere else you can think of.
Women will masturbate in all kinds of positions: lying down, sitting up, standing up or squatting. Women will also do any variety of things while masturbating: some might watch movies, videos or television, some listen to music or read a book, some talk to a partner on the phone, some look in a mirror, some even eat while doing it. As many men do, many women will sexually fantasize during masturbation.
And just so you know, most women, statistically, do masturbate, whether they're 15 or 55, single or married or otherwise partnered. Sex researchers even have fetal imaging which has shown fetuses masturbating in utero, so it's safe to say that many of us probably started masturbating before we were even born.
You can perhaps see, given those lists and my additional comments, how tough it is to tell someone "how" to masturbate.
And since not only do we all like different things or have more or less sexual response in different places, but we also all will often not be in the mood for the exact same things every day, or find the same techniques get us there from year to year, it gets even more complicated. What works for any of us tends to be the things we discover just by experimenting with our own bodies, over a decent period of time. Often, we'll find things that work for us quite accidentally in trying something, and can even surprise ourselves sometimes. But make sure you're aware that the idea that our sexuality and our sexual pleasure is something we discover ALL of in just a few months or years stands very counter to most peoples' sexual realities. Before we hit a home run, we usually have to strike out a few times.
Are there some common themes? Sure.
Is there something wrong with me? I can feel it when I play with my clit but when I poke or use a dildo I can't feel anything?
For instance, most women tend to self-stimulate the clitoris far more often than the vagina, or only stimulate the vagina in conjunction with clitoral stimulation. Your clitoris has more sensory nerve endings than any other part of the body, but your vagina -- particularly the back 2/3rds of it -- has very few.
Many women -- like many men -- fantasize while masturbating, to the idea of a partner, someone else, or various sexual scenarios. Many women have one or two methods they've discovered for themselves which are ways that -- for a substantial period of time -- they know will usually get them off quickly, but will still experiment with other techniques sometimes for variety, or because their standby methods aren't doing the trick on a given day. Many women (and men) can find t
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