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Female Masturbation: Tips to Take You over the Edge

Female Masturbation
Female Masturbation

Masturbation is often thought of as a taboo subject, and many women are too embarrassed to talk about it. The word is derived from Latin and translate literally to mean "soiled hand", which is how many of the misconceptions regarding this natural act first began. While masturbation may be more socially acceptable in today's society, it is still a difficult subject for many women to discuss.

Female masturbation is perfectly normal and is an ideal way for women to learn about their bodies, and pleasure themselves. Clitoral orgasms may be the most common type of self-pleasure, but women can also learn how to stimulate a vaginal climax and even find their sensitive G-spot. Research is showing that women who regularly masturbate enjoy more satisfying sexual lives. Since masturbation teaches a woman what arouses her, it is easier for her to let her partner know. While there is no right or wrong way to masturbate, there are a few tips that can help increase your chances of having an orgasm, and make the process more comfortable. Here are a few tips to make masturbation more enjoyable and take you over the edge.

Female Masturbation: Tips
It is important for women to remember that there is not a wrong way to masturbate. These tips are intended to help women experience an orgasm more easily, and make them more comfortable exploring their own bodies.

Use Your Fingers
When you are either sitting or lying down, let your legs fall to the sides and explore your vaginal area. Starting with the vulva, and the vaginal lips slowly begin caressing the area. Run your fingers on either side of your vagina, and pay particular attention to the small nub of skin located at the top. This sensitive area is the clitoris, and it is often the easiest way for a woman to experience an orgasm. Every woman is different in what stimulates her, so don't be afraid to experiment. Gently massaging in a circular motion, or technique to running your fingers up and down can often stimulate an amazing orgasm.

Use an Object to Help You Explore
With all of society's taboos concerning female masturbation, it can be difficult for some women to initially touch themselves in their private places. Women who are exploring themselves for the first time might also find it easier to use an object to help them explore their vaginal canals and eventually find & stimulate their G-spot. It is important to wash any foreign object before inserting it into your vagina so you do not disrupt your delicate PH balance. This can result in a bacterial infection which can become painful and irritating. Many women recommend using long, rounded hairbrush handles or other similarly shaped objects.

Consider Using Sex Toys
Vibrators, dildos, and massaging sexual toys can all enhance a woman's sexual pleasure, and help her learn what stimulates her. These objects can be found in different shapes, sizes, and styles, and there is sure to be a sexual toy that works for every woman. Whether you choose a vibrator that can massage both your clitoris and vagina, or a dildo designed to find your G-spot, it is important to remember that these toys are not a replace for your partner. Another advantage to using a sexual toy is that they can often be used during sexual intercourse as a way to spice up a couple's love life.

You Don't Have to Masturbate Alone
While this tip probably will not work for a woman if she is still uncomfortable with masturbation, it can be a powerful tool to add to your sex life. Not only can it help show your partner what arouses you, shared masturbation can also help to improve trust and intimacy between couples. Some men also find it incredibly arousing watching a woman masturbate, which can lead to even more intense sex, explosive and multiple orgasms.

Masturbation is completely normal and is also a healthy way for a woman to explore her body. It can be help improve your sexual relationship with your partner, and even give you more confidence in the bedroom. When you know what feels good, it is easier to show your partner making sexual intercourse more satisfying and enjoyable for both of you.

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