Dating Rosy Palmer. Bopping the bologna. Waxing the dolphin. There are about a zillion euphemisms for male masturbation, but few similar terms for women. Does this mean that ladies aren’t loving themselves as much as their masculine counterparts? Hardly.
We did a bit of research to discover why female masturbation is such a taboo topic. A slippery subject, if you will. Why aren’t people talking about it? Some of the women we asked said they’re just too shy to let anyone know that they masturbate and how much they enjoy it. Others said it’s simply nobody’s business.
Judging by sales of Romantix products such as the Platinum Edition Butterfly Kiss, a lot more women are up for having a good solo time than you might imagine. Frankly, we applaud them all.
Masturbation is normal and healthy and a great way to relieve tension. Can’t get to sleep the night before an important meeting? Spend some quality time with your trusty Arielle Aqua personal pleasure device, and before you know it, you’ll be drifting off to dreamland with a smile. Do you have trouble achieving orgasm with your lover? Teach yourself to blissfully climax alone, and chances are good that you’ll soon be able to come with a partner, too.
Sex may be a private matter, but there’s no reason for it to be considered dirty or wrong. As long as all participants (even when there’s only one) agree, sex is a beautiful enjoyment that ought to be celebrated.
Like the song says, “If you can’t be with the one you love, love the one you’re with.”