I am a woman in my early 20s and have had a few sexual partners, with one longer-term on-off relationship in which I had my first sexual experiences. I am worried my use of erotica may be affecting my ability to orgasm during sex. While I masturbate successfully regularly, I have only reached orgasm once with a partner. I know my own body, but am unable to translate this into sex, possibly due to my own insecurities from my teens. What can I do? I am worried about having unsatisfying sex for ever.
I can reach orgasm masturbating to erotica, but not with a partner
7 crafty animals who manage to masturbate without hands
This post is part of Mashable's Masturbation Week. May is National Masturbation Month, so we're celebrating by exploring the many facets of self-love. But what about all those animals that aren't primates? How can species that lack hands perform this tender act of self-love? Think of the whales and the turtles. Here are seven animals that bravely find pretty NSFW ways to get their rocks off — and we mean actual rocks — without the use of hands.
3 New, Hands-Free Ways to Celebrate Masturbation Month
Just as couples get bored by the same routine in the bedroom, women may want to mix up their solo sex habits too. According to Kelly Wise, Ph. So, if you haven't enjoyed hands-free masturbation or mixed up your routine lately, consider these four ways to get off:.