Female Masturbation: How To Have An Orgasm?

 

What is Female Masturbation?

Female masturbation is personal sexual stimulation until an orgasm is achieved. Common masturbation is achieved through rubbing the clitoris with a finger or hand until orgasm. Objects such as sex toys and vibrators are designed to help with female masturbation. Any woman of any age can masturbate for any reason.

Characteristics of Female Masturbation

  • Female masturbation is prevalent. The prevalence increases with increase in education, higher socio-economic status and those with high intercourse frequencies.
  • During masturbation, a woman fantasizes and focuses on physical sensations.
  • Female masturbation occurs for both single and married women.
  • Female masturbation can be for any reason. The common reasons for self-pleasuring are to achieve an orgasm, relax, relieve sexual tension and trying to fall asleep.
  • Other reasons include having fun, curiosity and treating anorgasmia (masturbating to find a remedy for lack of orgasms).

What are the Psychological and Emotional Benefits of Masturbation?

  • Female masturbation leads to a satisfied sex life
  • It leads better health and better marriages
  • It makes a woman to be aware of her own sexual needs
  • It offers women a way to explore their sexuality
  • It increases women’s self-confidence and improves a woman’s mood
  • It is a great stress buster and tension reliever

What are the Techniques of Female Masturbation?

Skin to skin contact is the most effective technique for female masturbation. User your finger to pat your clitoris with varying pressure. Grip your clitoris with your two fingers and stroke it is using your other hand with varying pressure and speed. Use your palm to pat and push down your clitoris in a rhythmic manner with firm skin contact. Touch you clitoris in firmly and start contracting your legs to pulse your pelvis as if you’re with a partner until you achieve an orgasm. A pillow inside your legs works better while contracting your legs because it acts as a partner.

In a shower, place the water drips on your clitoris with your legs wide open and in a comfortable position. Portable showers work better this way.

Using sex toys is another form of masturbating. However, it is advisable to use objects designed specifically for female masturbation such as vibrators instead of substituting it with other objects that may cause harm.

How Common is Female Masturbation?

Female masturbation is common. The older age group has a higher frequency of masturbating partly because of experience and the overall fact that they’re equally stressed and want to reduce tension. Female masturbation is also common and more frequent among women with higher education, high economic statuses, good health, those with high sexual frequencies and those who have had multiple sexual relationships. Masturbating daily or twice a day is also common.

When Do Females Usually begin Masturbating?

Female masturbation starts at any age. However, experience for desiring female orgasm dictates whether a woman will want to masturbate or not. Usually, a woman will begin masturbating during her teens and would want it to her active sex age that is in her twenties and thirties.

How Do Females Masturbate?

Female masturbation is a personal affair. A woman may physically stimulate her genitals through touching, rubbing and applying the varied amount of pressure until she achieves an orgasm. Experienced women will combine methods, and they understand that the clitoral stimulation is not the only part of the body that can turn them on. Females masturbate mainly to relieve tension, relax and to pleasure themselves.

Are There Any Risks with Female Masturbation?

So far, risks with female masturbation are non-existence. However, when using foreign objects, ensure they’re user-friendly and clean.

Female masturbation has been incorporated into sex medicine for good reasons. Masturbating or self-pleasuring is the first line of remedy for women who find it hard to reach orgasm during normal sexual intercourse. Female masturbation has been in the good books of sex medicine despite it being classified as a taboo worldwide. People also find it awkward to talk about it, but a large percentage of women masturbate. Nevertheless, female masturbation is directly related to socio-economic status, education and the general well-being of a woman.

 
 
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Expert Author : Mark Simms (Consumer Health Digest)

Mark Simms is a prolific freelance health and beauty writer, independent researcher with a long history and expertise of providing reliable and relatable health content for magazines, newsletters, websites including blogs and journals. He also enjoy exploring men’s and women’s health category writing articles about sex and relationships, product review and providing information on sexual health.

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