affect your health, then it can be excessive. If it becomes a consistent replacement for real-life experiences, then it can be excessive.
Also, if it leads to physical soreness, emotional or romantic issues, or if, like mentioned earlier, it begins to affect the ability to orgasm due to habituation issues, then it would be considered excessive. All of these are pretty rare and not many people ever get to this point, but they may be signals to cut back on the alone time.
Myth 7: People Only Masturbate When They’re Alone
Again, every individual has a different level of desire and in this case, some people masturbate together and even include it in their “sexual repertoires”, according to Dr. Spadt. It’s also a useful method for practicing safe sex and preventing unwanted pregnancies. A person may enjoy watching their partner masturbate while another person may enjoy bringing themself to orgasm after other forms of sexual contact with their partner.
So there you have it! 7 masturbation myths set straight! Did any of these surprise you?
Jasmine Danielle is the Associate Editor of BlackDoctor.org. She received her BFA in Dance Education & Performance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has since done work as a certified fitness & wellness educator, blogger, dancer, and designer.
This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Having Sex
If you’re either going through a dry spell in the bedroom or taking a self-proclaimed sabbatical from “getting some” or just simply being abstinent after having sex on the regular, you may start to notice some changes in your body. Here’s what to expect.
1. Your Dream Changes:
You may dream more.
Women who aren’t having sex regularly will find that their body will remind them what