Have you ever wondered if there is more to masturbation than what you already know?
Masturbation is a key component to self-love and sexual health. It is the most common form of sexual stimulation, with 80% of males and 59% of females having masturbated by age 18. Approximately 98% of men and about 95% of women have (or do) masturbate currently in the US. The American Medical Association declared masturbation a normal and healthy sexual activity in 1972.
Masturbation refers to sexual stimulation of one’s own genitals often to the point of orgasm. It can be performed in numerous ways, using the hands, sex toys, dry humping, aided by sexual fantasies and by many other methods.
Masturbation is Good for Your Health!
Did you know that masturbation is actually good for you? Check out these 30 fun facts about masturbation!
- Is a normal and healthy part of “maturing” as we explore our own bodies
- Is pleasurable and erotic
- Promotes self confidence
- Is a safe sex activity
- Is a natural stress reliever
- Helps you connect with yourself
- Allows you to pleasure yourself on your own terms
- Can help you figure out how you feel about sex
- Allows you to explore your sexual fantasies
- Is an acceptable selfish act
- Never requires you to make excuses about why you do it
- Is a gift you have just for yourself
- Is a way to enjoy and appreciate your own body
- Reduces stress by releasing endorphins
- Enhances self-esteem and confidence
- Promotes muscle relaxation
- Relieves menstrual cramps
- Improves blood flow to the genitals
- Can help to prevent the development of prostate cancer
- Keeps our sexual organs in good working order
- Is an effective natural cure for insomnia by the release of tension that lead to a deeper, quicker sleep
- Burns calories
- Relieves headaches and muscle aches
- Can work as a laxative, toning and controlling the lower abdominal muscles
- Can produce the hormone estrogen, which makes hair shine and skin smooth
- Can unblock a stuffy nose as a natural antihistamine that combats hay fever
- Protects you from STDs and unplanned pregnancy
- Is an effective anti-depressant as it releases Dopamine, feel-good neurotransmitters from the
- Is a treatment for sexual dysfunction: In women it can teach them how to orgasm and in men it can teach them self-control to aid in premature ejaculation.
Loveology’s Masturbation Course
Loveology’s Masturbation Course thoroughly explores auto-stimulation for both the male and female sexual organs. You’ll discover multiple manual masturbation techniques and a variety of sex toys you can use to enhance your sexual satisfaction. Finally, to help those overcome sexual guilt or shame, we’ve included the physical, emotional and sexual benefits of masturbation.
Get the facts and techniques to enhance your personal pleasure with Self Pleasure from Loveology University.
This Masturbation Course Is For You If:
- You want to Learn Dozens of Masturbation Techniques
- You want to Introduce Masturbation to Your Lover
- You want to Learn About Vagina Aerobics
- You want to Masturbate for Penis Elongation
Masturbation Topics Include:
- Ask The Expert Video on Masturbation
- Female Masturbation
- G-spot Masturbation
- Male Masturbation
- Prostate Masturbation
- Different Positions
- How to Introduce Masturbation to your Lover
- Print out your own personalized certification after passing the quiz
- Place your e-trophy on your website to prove you are certified
About This Masturbation Course
This course on Masturbation consists of:
- Video: SELF PLEASURE Narrated Multimedia Presentation Video (1hr 8m)
- Knowing Yourself: Body Assessment & Acceptance with Jallen Rix & Elaine Floyer (36 minutes)
- Penthouse Sex Academy, Masturbation, Hosted by Dr. Ava Cadell & Dr. Hernando Chaves, (1hr, 23m)
- Ask The Expert – Nicholas Tana, director of masturbation documentary Sticky (14 minutes)
- Full PDF of course content on Self-Pleasure
- The Loveology Guide To Inhibitions E‐book
Final Quiz – 25 questions