As Woody role player famously said, “Don’t knock masturbation. It’s sex with someone I love.” And considering that up to 95 percent of men and 89 to 92 percent of women masturbate, it’s probably risk-free to say that no one really necessarily some convincing to keep doing it. But if you’d like a extremity giving yourself a hand, here’s something to get you started: That’s because getting handsy with yourself lowers blood pressure and produces endorphins, the chemicals responsible for helping ease stress and increase relaxation.
The 7 Benefits Of Masturbation
During our adolescent years, we suddenly found ourselves in an embarrassing predicament. With the onset of puberty, hormones were running rampant and our libido was skyrocketing, but where was the outlet for all this sexy tension? But in most cultures, masturbation has consistently been viewed in a negative light, with parents dodging it and religion badmouthing it. If we were ever caught masturbating, it was seen as a punishable offense and one that would never be spoken of again.
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Conduct an computer network look for “masturbation,” and you will find hundreds, if not thousands, of slang phrases for the act. This increase of slang phrases suggests people want to talk about masturbation, but are uncomfortable about doing so directly. Using comedic terms provides a more socially acceptable way to express themselves.