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Female Masturbation

Tips, Books, and Information on Female Masturbation

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Updated April 28, 2013

Female masturbation might be talked about a lot more now than in previous generations, but for many it still remains something to be embarrassed or ashamed of, and something to be avoided. It’s hard to feel pleasure in your body on your own terms if you’ve never been encouraged to do so or if you’ve been actively told you’re not worthy of pleasure or capable of doing it yourself.

The truth is that everyone has the right to pleasure themselves on their own terms, and everyone can learn to masturbate even though how we do it might differ from person to person. Below you'll find some basic and more involved tips on female masturbation, plus resources for those who want to go deeper.

How to for Female Masturbation

Whether you’ve never done it or are tired of doing it the same way every time, here are some helpful tips on the basics of female masturbation.

More Female Masturbation Tips

No sexual activity, including female masturbation, should be considered a competitive one. These tips are only “advanced” in so far as they are written for folks already comfortable and confident with their own masturbation. Once you’ve got the basics down, there are all sorts of places female masturbation can take you.

Female Masturbation Sex Positions

One way to switch up your solo sex routine is by switching up your position. It might sound silly for masturbation, but putting your body in different positions can change the way you stimulate yourself, and how that stimulation feels.

Books About Female Masturbation

Given that masturbation is the most common sexual activity in the world it’s surprising that so few books have been written about it. Here are my top picks for books on female masturbation (plus one for men).

Benefits of Female Masturbation

For all sorts of reasons many of us don’t feel comfortable masturbating and may even think there’s something wrong with it. Female masturbation is not required for a health sex life, but it’s important to know that there is absolutely nothing wrong with it, and it does come with many benefits (other than a good time!)
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