One can never know for sure what statistics about our online searching habits mean. Does the trending of a search term related to a celebrity illness or breakup "tell" us something about how much we care about that celebrity, or our health, or fidelity? Are we what we search for?
I think about this every time I look at the statistics for the Sexuality site on About.com. Millions of people visit the site, often finding me because they entered some term into a search engine. And based on a non-scientific sampling, it's my impression that far more people are interested in how to masturbate than in how to have sex with some one else.
What does this mean? And considering the gender stereotype that all boys/men know how to masturbate, how come masturbation techniques for men are at least as popular as those for women?
I don't have answers to any of these questions, but I like thinking about them and talking to people to hear their take. And also, it does my heart good to know that people are curious about feeling pleasure, and producing that pleasure on their own.
If you don't have a lot of plans for this second weekend of National Masturbation Month, I thought I'd offer some suggestions by way of my most popular masturbation tips. Maybe it's time for a date with yourself?
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