Masturbation in Women

Masturbation is one of the healthy ways to satisfy the sexual drive, which emerges as one of the natural impulses in human life. Frequent mentioning of myths in the field of sexuality, in other words, false information that is known to be true, leads to an evaluation of masturbation, also known as autoeroticism or self-satisfaction, in a way that is incompatible with scientific facts.

In the declaration of sexual rights published by the World Sexual Health Union, the right to sexuality education, the right to sexual health care, the right to sexual information based on scientific research, the right to sexual equality, the right to sexual privacy and sexual freedom, as well as the right to sexual pleasure are emphasized. In terms of the right to sexual pleasure, masturbation is seen as one’s choice and freedom.

Masturbation is defined as self-satisfaction of the individual. While masturbating, individuals use various methods. Masturbation with applications such as manual stimulation of the clitoris, different friction methods, the use of sexual toys or the use of pressurized water is performed by direct or indirect stimulation of the clitoris. In the presence of adequate clitoris stimulation and suitable conditions, all women can reach orgasm by masturbation.

While sexual identity is determined at 3-4 years of age, puberty has an important place in the development of sexual identity. Emotional and bodily changes that occur with this period, together with hormones, reveal sexual stimulation and sexual attraction. As a result of sexual impulse and sexual arousal, which emerge as one of the natural impulses, satisfaction is provided by masturbation, often accompanied by sexual fantasies. Sexual fantasies are one of the indispensable elements of a happy, enjoyable, entertaining and satisfying sex life. For a healthy life, sexual fantasies add color to life-long sexuality by increasing sexual arousal with the use of fantasy world.

One of the common myths among sexual myths is that masturbation is specific to men. Masturbation is a healthy and natural behavior for both men and women. One of the sexual myths about masturbation is that masturbation or friction will break the integrity of the hymen. In fact, the integrity of the hymen is not affected by friction or masturbation.

If the individual does not have a sexual partner, if there is a medical disability in the presence of the partner, if the partner does not want or is far away, gratification can be achieved by masturbation. However, for a healthy sexual life, masturbation should not replace the relationship with the sexual partner, it should be in compulsory situations and should be told to the partner. The partner being available or doing it without telling the partner can cause porn and masturbation addiction and harm the relationship. Porn and masturbation addiction is common in men. Such an addiction in women is not uncommon.

Masturbation has many benefits in terms of physical and mental health. With the awareness that masturbation is a healthy behavior, the benefits become evident when it is performed in the appropriate place, at the appropriate time and with the appropriate mood. Along with the adolescence period, it increases sexual awareness, allows you to get to know your body better, makes you realize what an orgasm is like, helps sleep, reduces anxiety and stress, and ensures that the individual is at peace with his own body and nudity. In addition to these, it reduces menstrual pain by increasing endorphin secretion, increases self-confidence, makes you feel good by giving good feelings.

Masturbation has a very important place in the process of being a woman whose sexuality is suppressed, ignored, blocked or devalued. The masculine point of view first alienates the woman from her own body, forbids her sexuality, and then wants her to show her femininity in bed. In terms of both individual and public health, it is important to be aware that sexual rights and freedoms, including masturbation, are the right of all individuals, regardless of gender, as emphasized in the declaration of sexual rights.

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