Does Masturbation Affect Sex?

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Masturbation or “ejaculation” as some would say, is the act of having an orgasm in order to climax. While there are many different opinions on the topic of how frequently masturbation should be done (and whether it is good or bad), there are a few facts that remain firmly entrenched. Women prefer their men to do it right, so if your partner doesn’t want you to practice “wanking off”, then things aren’t looking very good. Here is why:

First of all, let’s look at why it feels so good to women. Because women enjoy the feeling of being sexually aroused and they also like to see their men go red. It is a turn on for them. If you ask most women, they would probably tell you that they masturbate about once a week (or more often, if they have had multiple partners).

Now consider the fact that for most women, this means that their man has a hobby. He sits down for hours and plays with his penis. Now imagine that the only reason he is doing this is because he thinks that it will make him “feel better”. I think that any woman who has ever told her man that she likes to be touched and stimulated during masturbation would be shocked. But what kind of woman gets “better” at giving head while she watches TV?

What is worse is when women start taking men’s toys and clothes off at inappropriate times. Some women won’t touch themselves in front of anyone. This includes when their boyfriends (or flirts) take off their pants. When it comes to making love, the female’s biggest turn-on is not seeing her partner naked but enjoying the feelings of being covered with something other than clothing.

So what happens when women try to recreate this scenario in the bedroom? It can cause all kinds of problems. First, she may feel uncomfortable because she is feeling guilty about her enjoyment of her husband’s belongings. Second, she may feel uncomfortable because she knows that her husband feels that way about her. And thirdly, she will probably feel a little ashamed that she is enjoying something that is “dirty” and “naughty” when she knew that it was a perfectly normal sexual experience for her.

One of the main issues in relationships is how well couples communicate about every aspect of sexual expression. We have a very distorted view of how sexual experiences should be explored and experienced. In our society, the husband is expected to satisfy his wife at every opportunity, even if she is having an orgasm during intercourse. Women are expected to be passive, and let their husband take control.

The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, many women have found great success in re-igniting their sexual appetite and becoming the active, exploratory partner that their husband takes her for granted. A good, healthy relationship requires the couple to be open and honest with one another about each others sexual desires and experiences. Women need to be allowed to be playful and inventive with their partner, and men need to be encouraged to listen and take advantage of their partner’s natural talents. When these two vital components of a loving, sexually fulfilled marriage relationship are working together, problems like the one above simply don’t happen.

So, does masturbation have any effect on sex? It most definitely has a negative impact if it is done while a woman is married. However, if a couple is both spontaneous and open and both participate willingly in masturbation, it has absolutely no bearing on their ability to have a mutually satisfying intimate relationship. Spontaneity and openness are the key to a happy, healthy sex life for women and men.

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