About masturbation – Let’s set the record straight. There’s nothing to be ashamed about, masturbation is healthy. At some point in life, we all indulge in self-sexual-pleasure and that’s okay. Masturbation is good for the body, the mind, and the soul, and there’s nothing sinful about the act.
Science has said it time and again that all species, which includes us humans, indulge in the act of masturbation. Stop thinking of it as a taboo and connoting religious and spiritual notions to it; masturbation is the key to heavenly bliss for most of us, and that will never change. Let’s debunk some of the myths regarding masturbation and learn about the right ways to do it too.
Now this is one myth that we have been told or heard of time and time again, ever since we were in high school.
Masturbation Reality: If masturbation led to erectile dysfunction, none of us in this planet would be here. Men wouldn’t have had the necessary erection for penetration to copulate, period.
Masturbating solo or with someone is okay, however, anything in excess brings habituation. This is why most people find it difficult to reach orgasms when someone else touches them or tries to masturbate them, because you are so used to your own touch.
So it isn’t about erectile dysfunction at all