Many young female SteadyHealth readers have discovered that the stream of water that comes from the shower can constitute an effective masturbation aid — and they wonder if it is safe to masturbate in the shower, and how to reach climax using this technique. Women use all kinds of things for masturbation — things like zucchinis and toothbrushes are frequently discussed, and we won't even go into shared sex toys that could potentially spread sexually transmitted diseases. Some of the things that women use to stimulate their genitals are downright dangerous. Water is not one of them.
The Shower Is The Perfect Quarantine Masturbation Spot
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Skip navigation! Story from Sex. For those of us not fortunate enough to live alone, coronavirus quarantine may have made of our living situation a bit crowded. So much so that it may be tough to find enough "me time" during your week to masturbate. Because let's face it: It's hard to relax enough to get down and dirty with yourself when you've got one eye and one ear open, worried that someone might overhear you or even walk in on you. That's why we believe the bathroom — specifically, the shower — is the perfect place to rub one out.
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Real talk: Few things are better than hopping in the shower, lathering your body with overpriced body wash , and getting in an orgasm before going about your day. And although sometimes overlooked, the shower is pretty much the best place for sex—whether coupled or solo. Plus, the sensations of water, cleansing, and masturbation are healing, says erotic educator Taylor Sparks , founder of Organic Loven. And you, my friend, deserve to be served.
As most of you are aware- masturbation is the act of sexually stimulating oneself. So what is water masturbation? Naturally, it is using techniques to stimulate yourself sexually using water. This could include a shower, running water, or jet spray.