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What are the Benefits of Masturbation (Female)?

What are the Benefits of Masturbation (Female)?

Published On October 8, 2019
Written by: Jerky

Historically, masturbation — especially female masturbation — has gotten a pretty bad rap. Cultures across the globe have demonized masturbation and dismissed female sexuality. But science — and simple common sense, really — shows that female masturbation isn’t a bad thing but far from it!

According to research, most women over the age of 18 have masturbated at some point in their lives. However, only around 7.9% of women between 25 and 29 masturbate regularly whereas the number is at 23.4% for men! Women really need to catch up, shed past notions of female sexuality, and masturbate more!

There are a number of benefits of female masturbation that prove that perhaps a party of one is just the kind of party you should be attending more often. In this article, we’ll highlight a number of female masturbation health benefits that will encourage you to engage in a little menage a moi!

Boost Happiness


This is really the simplest and most basic reason you should be masturbating more often. Orgasms release happiness endorphins dopamine and oxytocin, both of which can give you a natural high and also elevate your mood drastically. So one of the best benefits of female masturbation is that it makes you happier!

Sexual Maturity


You can’t truly enjoy sex with other people unless you perfectly understand what your body needs and wants. Without understanding your own sensual body, you’re more likely to feel like an object of sexual gratification rather than its conquering subject. Frequent female masturbation can help you understand what your body needs so you can instruct your partner on how best to please you. Not only does it increase the pleasure you receive from sex, but it can also help you feel more stable and connected in a relationship.

Better Sleep


Do you suffer from insomnia and restlessness? Does your mind race at a mile a minute every time your head hits the pillow? Well, a deep and intoxicating session of female masturbation can release endorphins and relieve tension from your mind and body. This allows you to fall asleep a lot quicker and better.


Some women are hesitant about either masturbating or having sex while they’re on their periods. However, uterine contractions during masturbation can help increase the flow of menstrual blood, which can provide relief from menstrual cramps. The effect is similar to that obtained from heating pads but it’s just a lot more fun! So go ahead and engage in some period masturbation without shame or stigma!

Better Orgasms


This benefit of female masturbation ties in with the point we made on sexual maturity. Understanding your body better can help you achieve much better orgasms.

Studies have shown that only 25% of all women experience orgasms during sex whereas over 90% of men experience orgasms. This is often because women experience orgasms far better through clitoral stimulation rather than vaginal intercourse. And if it’s through vaginal intercourse, then the best way to achieve orgasm is by triggering the G-spot.

The only way you can truly understand how and when you experience orgasms is to understand the anatomy of your own body by exploring it through masturbation! Once you do, you can also guide your partners and experience better and more frequent orgasms during sex.

Basically, female masturbation is a gift and you should experience it more often! If you enjoy visual stimulus to get you all hot and heavy, you can also explore your body through platforms like Jerkmate. Having said, relax and let your body guide you into sweet orgasmic oblivion!

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