You know what they say; the best relationship is the one you have with yourself. So, whether you’re single or in a long-term relationship, when it comes to southern pleasure it doesn’t all have to involve partnered play. But, how much self-lovin’ is too much? And, on the flip side, are you getting kinky with yourself enough? And, what are the benefits of masturbation for women, anyway?
It’s time we spilled the beans on how often women should be flicking their beans. And, we’re gonna take it slow.
There’s isn’t a set number of sessions to achieve for your weekly dose of endorphin-inducing self-exploration. Female masturbation simply falls into the category of more is most definitely more. None of this ‘less is more’ philosophy, thank you very much. It’s a personal decision based on your comfort levels, but you should never feel ashamed of masturbating too much. There are little-to-no health risks linked to female masturbation. In fact, it seems the opposite is true – the act of self-pleasure provides women with an absolute smorgasbord of benefits.
However, if you’re flying solo between the sheets so often that masturbation is beginning to intrude on your schedule (i.e. you’re always running late for work or events), interfere with your social life (i.e. you’re cancelling RSVPs left, right and centre so you can stay home to enjoy some ‘alone’ time), or cause your lady parts to be in a constant state of throbbing pain, you may need to take the pleasure back a notch and assess why you’re finding yourself masturbating so frequently. Are you using masturbation to distract you from life? Are you masturbating to escape the daily pressures at work? If you find yourself in a position where masturbation is negatively impacting your life, it’ll be best to chat with your trusted doctor for advice.
Taking pleasure into your own hands delivers a host of mental and physical benefits, including:
As you can see, the benefits of female masturbation far outweigh any negatives. So, what are you waiting for? We even give you permission to replace today’s session at the gym with a bedroom workout instead. Thank us later 😊
This blog is designed to be informative and educational. It is not intended to provide specific medical advice or replace advice from your medical practitioner.