A random women masturbate
Paddling the pink canoe (or whatever you want to call it) not only feels ah-mazing, but it also has a ton of research-proven health benefits.That's because it releases feel-good endorphins, which do everything from ease stress to relieve menstrual cramps.Men are more likely to trade info among themselves on how they do it and what they think about (or watch).We're not saying you need to start updating your Facebook status every time you give yourself an O, but occasionally discussing it with a few close gf's can help you figure out new ways to experience even hotter pleasure. Scientists have observed a wide variety of animals masturbating in the wild, including deer, monkeys, walruses, and squirrels.In fact, female apes and monkeys have been known to use sticks for, ahem, added pleasure down there.That old wive's tale about masturbation causing acne? That's because when you climax, your body experiences a spike in the hormone testosterone, which can cause zits.
Uh, we'd love to see the doctor's prescription form for that...not if you do it this way.A University of Michigan study found that women who masturbate with saliva (i.e., wetting your fingers before you give yourself a hand) have a higher risk of developing frequent yeast infections.Researchers think it's because the saliva may disrupt the balance of bacteria down there.Researchers at Rutgers University have documented women who can climax without touching themselves.The increase in testosterone is (very) small, though, so it's unlikely that you'll have a breakout.