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Think about it — how many times have you heard a guy making vemale casual joke about jerking off? How many times have you seen a movie or TV show that depicted a dude touching his junk?
Now compare that to how often you've heard a woman nonchalantly discussing masturbation, or seen a woman masturbating on your TV screen porn doesn't count. There's really no contest: as a society, we seem to be a lot more comfortable talking and Lady wants casual sex Seneca Gardens about male masturbation.
That's all well and good — of course men should be able to discuss their sex lives freely! One of the unfortunate side effects of our lack of dialogue about female masturbation?
Some women just don't know self-pleasure is a totally normal, healthy thing to mastturbation tragic AF, right? In a hilarious and bold new short film called Everybody Does Itfilmmaker Megan Brotherton explores the weird and wonderful experience of masturbating for the first time as an adult. The minute film follows "Claire" portrayed by Brothertona mids woman who's stressed, cht, and constantly on edge — until she goes to her therapist, who bluntly asks Dating ltr texting "Do you masturbate?
Life imitates art, and art imitates life — so naturally, Brotherton's inspiration for the short film was based largely on her own experience or lack thereof with masturbation.
Why it's so important to talk about female masturbation
I also didn't realize that masturbation was normal and healthy for women and that, well So when I learned this I couldn't help but imagine everybody doing it, which of course was both creepy and hilarious so naturally I wanted to write about it. Part of the problem is representation: if we rarely if Women wants real sex Taylorsville Indiana see women in the media masturbating, or at least talking about doing so, how will we know it's normal?
The stigma around female pleasure particularly when it is not catered towards a man is really baffling.
It implies that we as a society want to shame women for enjoying sex. Unfortunately, not everyone shares this view, and that pervades our culture feale subtle ways that we often don't even stop to think about — and which have seriously negative consequences.
And it's not just men that are reinforcing the stigma. Our society's discomfort with female sexuality is so deeply embedded, we all buy into it on some level. Just think about all the you've seen that feature a sexy, busty woman seductively Though it's tempting to blame men for chaf our sex-related problems, that's neither accurate nor fair — in reality, other women can be part of the problem, too.
Ultimately, it's not beneficial to assume everyone shares the exact same views about sex as you do, because it could prevent you from having authentic, mind-broadening dialogues with your female peers. But it all starts with the messages young girls receive about their bodies and sexuality.
The first step? Creating more examples of women in the media who are empowered and confident in their own sexuality — News paper about swingers ads Rutland are at least on a journey to self-empowerment. I want people talking so much about female masturbation that it really becomes normal so there is no shame or embarrassment about it. Parents and educators should tell kids that masturbation is safe and healthy. There's a large gender gap when it comes to masturbation and it's because we don't talk about female masturbation.
Let's talk about it, kill the stigma, and empower ourselves and our gender!