The Importance of Masturbation for Climaxing Video

Many of us have sex for years without ever reaching orgasm. While sex is still enjoyable, we can end up feeling unfulfilled. Often its because we don’t masturbate so we don't know what orgasm feels like and how to get there.
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Juicy Talk for Women Cherry TV.com Cherry Dish In this episode, the panelists talk about sex without orgasm. Female 1: You haven’t given up? Stephanie: I haven’t given up yet. Female 1: Seeking— Stephanie: Yes. I still do so I guess it’s like, all the time like last week, I had sex and she was like, okay we have to have to sex again, because I just, I need to–I’m not fulfilled. I’m enjoying it, I'm having fun, but there’s something missing. Female 2: Do you masturbate a lot? Stephanie: And I don’t masturbate. Female 2: You don’t masturbate. Female 1: Have you ever? Stephanie: No, I mean I’ve touched myself but I never really— Female 1: Because by honestly I mean sure you’ve heard it a million times, and it’s more than just masturbating and I feel like if you're able to just even feel what that feels like, you might be able to transfer that kind of understanding into sex you know. Female 3: I was with a partner for like 3 or 4 years and we have a really active sex life, it was the same time where I felt like I was never satisfied or we had sex so much. But I never orgasmed and I got to the point where I thought there was something you know maybe physically wrong with me, may I can't. And it actually got really stressful in our relationship because he was so focused on wanting me to come and you know, let’s try it out and whatever. And I didn’t masturbate at that time and I have never had an orgasm, I didn’t even know what it felt like. And I was the same way where I know, looking back then I know that there was so many points throughout our sex life that I was this close and did things where I got distracted or got scared or you know it would stop it. And once I masturbate and kind of orgasm masturbating then I knew what it felt like and I knew what was happening and I knew at that time was partner sex then I knew what to watch for, I knew what helps you know push me over that edge to actually having an orgasm. That I knew what would stop it to you know alarms that that a lot of it had to do with fear. That when we would get to that point, I would be scared and would shake myself out of it and then not actually achieve orgasm. Female 2: Did either of you ever get aroused when you were growing up and then just I mean. Female 3: No I think back about it, and then like, why didn’t I masturbate because I, you know thought that masturbation was something boys did. I never even understood that, I never heard about women masturbating. There was lots of discourse about male masturbation. I never heard something about you know, vibrator or like lubrication or any sort of female oriented masturbation. Female 1: It’s like when I was–I think I definitely started around like 3rd or 4th grade without knowing what I was doing and I’m–and like I really thought it was always something I could do. Like just my body can do this—and yes and like and then and even when I think I learn to what like, male masturbating was I still didn’t make the connection that what I was doing was the female equivalent until like, I guess, I don’t know, at some point I figured out obviously. Stephanie: Is he angry with you completely because I thought it was just a thing guys did. So I think, when I found out women can do it is when American Pie came out. And I was like, yes, “Girls masturbate?” and I didn’t know like I came from like a strict Catholic upbringing so like–I just, it was like foreign to me. Juicy Talk for Women Cherry TV.com

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