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The day before Hurricane Sandy hit New York City I had one main concern: I hope my vagina looks awesome. I was on my way to a female group masturbation workshop where I was going to be “playing the clitar” in front of strangers for approximately five hours. If the world was ending, at least I was leaving with a bang. Multiple bangs if I was lucky.

The leader of the workshop is the legendary 83 - year-old sex educator, Betty Dodson. Talking to Betty, it’s impossible to believe she’s an octogenarian. Cursing like a sailor, laughing at her own jokes and telling raunchy stories, she’s like Bette Davis meets Honey Boo Boo. When I asked if she still jerks it she said, “Last month, I had a knockout. I went, ‘Whoa girl, you still got it.’”

Originally a fine artist, Betty changed careers in the '70s when she discovered feminism and the sexual revolution. She started going to group sex parties and while watching couples get down she noticed a pattern: All the men were climaxing and all the women were faking it. Not a single woman was having a real orgasm. She was so upset she decided to take matters into her own hands, and when I say “matters” I mean clits.

She explained, “Orgasms have been very important to my life. I’ve always really depended on them. In a bad mood? Jerk off. Confused? Masturbate. Working on a painting and I’m stuck? Go lay down on the couch and have an orgasm.”

On my way to Betty’s apartment, I tried to imagine what we could possibly do for five whole hours.

Just like you remember your first kiss, the first time you had sex and the first time you fell in love, you probably remember the first time you got the urge to touch yourself. Masturbation among is incredibly common (and ahem, healthy!) — experts estimate that 98% of men and women stroke one out occasionally or at least once in their lifetime. While men definitely report masturbating more often than women, masturbation is not only an erotic release but it is a mental one too, with several studies showing it functions a stress reliever. You probably started masturbating as a teenager and more likely than not, you will continue throughout middle age — until your 50s — when your sex drive might take a small nose dive.

But just like the same ole’, same ole’ sex positions with your leading lady get boring after you have repeated them over and over again, your masturbation style might need a revamp too. Even if you have the lube or lotion one-handed tango down to a complete science (including the nearby towel for a fast, seamless clean-up), exploring new ways to pleasure yourself will not only help you enjoy the process more but could potentially make you better in bed, too.

After all, who says an old dog can’t learn new tricks? Here are some masturbation techniques you will definitely want to try the next time you feel the urge to perform a solo act.

You might need a small refresher from your last sexual education course (if you even had one in high school) on what parts of your anatomy you're engaging when you are masturbating. “Male masturbation is the act of a male sexually self-pleasuring himself by stimulating or touching his penis and sometimes his testicles, nipples and other erogenous zones on his body, usually to the point of orgasm or ejaculation, for the purpose of sexual pleasure,” explains sexuality educator and counselor Kelly J. Connell .

Male masturbation, while usually a solo performance done in private, can also be used as part of intercourse with a partner. “Sexual stimulation to one’s own body is usually in the absence of others. While it is often a solitary act, it has the power to influence intimacy with others,” notes sexologist and sexuality educator Lisa Hochberger .

Elaine did it on Seinfeld . Blair did it on Gossip Girl . Marnie did it on Girls . Vibrators have made their way to drugstores across America, and video evidence of women touching themselves proliferates online. We appear to be living in a golden age of female self-pleasure. And yet, women continue to lag far behind men in masturbation frequency. Why is that?

Perhaps some women are lacking in a basic wanking education. Men do have a head start in this subject: A 2010 survey found that 75 percent of 16- and 17-year-old boys had masturbated in the past year , compared to 45 percent of girls; it takes another decade for women to begin to catch up. A forthcoming app called HappyPlayTime hopes to bridge the gap. In it, an ethereal pink vulva floats across the screen, telling women how to press their own buttons. Sample instruction: “This is a clitoris. Make a circular motion here. Oh my, I’m getting all hot and bothered.”

Or maybe women are well aware of how to do it for themselves, but societal pressure keeps them from creating too much friction. “The notion that women enjoy sex has not yet achieved scientific or cultural acceptance,” Ann Friedman writes in an ode to female masturbation at New York magazine. “To social conservatives, it seems downright dangerous,” and there is “no purer example of this than a woman enjoying the pleasure of her own company.”

When it comes to increasing the rates of female masturbation, locating the clitoris is just the beginning. Women also need to find some time alone—and some long-term partners who are, once in a while, willing to make a graceful exit. I’m not sure you can make an app for that.

The day before Hurricane Sandy hit New York City I had one main concern: I hope my vagina looks awesome. I was on my way to a female group masturbation workshop where I was going to be “playing the clitar” in front of strangers for approximately five hours. If the world was ending, at least I was leaving with a bang. Multiple bangs if I was lucky.

The leader of the workshop is the legendary 83 - year-old sex educator, Betty Dodson. Talking to Betty, it’s impossible to believe she’s an octogenarian. Cursing like a sailor, laughing at her own jokes and telling raunchy stories, she’s like Bette Davis meets Honey Boo Boo. When I asked if she still jerks it she said, “Last month, I had a knockout. I went, ‘Whoa girl, you still got it.’”

Originally a fine artist, Betty changed careers in the '70s when she discovered feminism and the sexual revolution. She started going to group sex parties and while watching couples get down she noticed a pattern: All the men were climaxing and all the women were faking it. Not a single woman was having a real orgasm. She was so upset she decided to take matters into her own hands, and when I say “matters” I mean clits.

She explained, “Orgasms have been very important to my life. I’ve always really depended on them. In a bad mood? Jerk off. Confused? Masturbate. Working on a painting and I’m stuck? Go lay down on the couch and have an orgasm.”

On my way to Betty’s apartment, I tried to imagine what we could possibly do for five whole hours.

Just like you remember your first kiss, the first time you had sex and the first time you fell in love, you probably remember the first time you got the urge to touch yourself. Masturbation among is incredibly common (and ahem, healthy!) — experts estimate that 98% of men and women stroke one out occasionally or at least once in their lifetime. While men definitely report masturbating more often than women, masturbation is not only an erotic release but it is a mental one too, with several studies showing it functions a stress reliever. You probably started masturbating as a teenager and more likely than not, you will continue throughout middle age — until your 50s — when your sex drive might take a small nose dive.

But just like the same ole’, same ole’ sex positions with your leading lady get boring after you have repeated them over and over again, your masturbation style might need a revamp too. Even if you have the lube or lotion one-handed tango down to a complete science (including the nearby towel for a fast, seamless clean-up), exploring new ways to pleasure yourself will not only help you enjoy the process more but could potentially make you better in bed, too.

After all, who says an old dog can’t learn new tricks? Here are some masturbation techniques you will definitely want to try the next time you feel the urge to perform a solo act.

You might need a small refresher from your last sexual education course (if you even had one in high school) on what parts of your anatomy you're engaging when you are masturbating. “Male masturbation is the act of a male sexually self-pleasuring himself by stimulating or touching his penis and sometimes his testicles, nipples and other erogenous zones on his body, usually to the point of orgasm or ejaculation, for the purpose of sexual pleasure,” explains sexuality educator and counselor Kelly J. Connell .

Male masturbation, while usually a solo performance done in private, can also be used as part of intercourse with a partner. “Sexual stimulation to one’s own body is usually in the absence of others. While it is often a solitary act, it has the power to influence intimacy with others,” notes sexologist and sexuality educator Lisa Hochberger .

The day before Hurricane Sandy hit New York City I had one main concern: I hope my vagina looks awesome. I was on my way to a female group masturbation workshop where I was going to be “playing the clitar” in front of strangers for approximately five hours. If the world was ending, at least I was leaving with a bang. Multiple bangs if I was lucky.

The leader of the workshop is the legendary 83 - year-old sex educator, Betty Dodson. Talking to Betty, it’s impossible to believe she’s an octogenarian. Cursing like a sailor, laughing at her own jokes and telling raunchy stories, she’s like Bette Davis meets Honey Boo Boo. When I asked if she still jerks it she said, “Last month, I had a knockout. I went, ‘Whoa girl, you still got it.’”

Originally a fine artist, Betty changed careers in the '70s when she discovered feminism and the sexual revolution. She started going to group sex parties and while watching couples get down she noticed a pattern: All the men were climaxing and all the women were faking it. Not a single woman was having a real orgasm. She was so upset she decided to take matters into her own hands, and when I say “matters” I mean clits.

She explained, “Orgasms have been very important to my life. I’ve always really depended on them. In a bad mood? Jerk off. Confused? Masturbate. Working on a painting and I’m stuck? Go lay down on the couch and have an orgasm.”

On my way to Betty’s apartment, I tried to imagine what we could possibly do for five whole hours.

female masturbation more sensitive

The day before Hurricane Sandy hit New York City I had one main concern: I hope my vagina looks awesome. I was on my way to a female group masturbation workshop where I was going to be “playing the clitar” in front of strangers for approximately five hours. If the world was ending, at least I was leaving with a bang. Multiple bangs if I was lucky.

The leader of the workshop is the legendary 83 - year-old sex educator, Betty Dodson. Talking to Betty, it’s impossible to believe she’s an octogenarian. Cursing like a sailor, laughing at her own jokes and telling raunchy stories, she’s like Bette Davis meets Honey Boo Boo. When I asked if she still jerks it she said, “Last month, I had a knockout. I went, ‘Whoa girl, you still got it.’”

Originally a fine artist, Betty changed careers in the '70s when she discovered feminism and the sexual revolution. She started going to group sex parties and while watching couples get down she noticed a pattern: All the men were climaxing and all the women were faking it. Not a single woman was having a real orgasm. She was so upset she decided to take matters into her own hands, and when I say “matters” I mean clits.

She explained, “Orgasms have been very important to my life. I’ve always really depended on them. In a bad mood? Jerk off. Confused? Masturbate. Working on a painting and I’m stuck? Go lay down on the couch and have an orgasm.”

On my way to Betty’s apartment, I tried to imagine what we could possibly do for five whole hours.

Just like you remember your first kiss, the first time you had sex and the first time you fell in love, you probably remember the first time you got the urge to touch yourself. Masturbation among is incredibly common (and ahem, healthy!) — experts estimate that 98% of men and women stroke one out occasionally or at least once in their lifetime. While men definitely report masturbating more often than women, masturbation is not only an erotic release but it is a mental one too, with several studies showing it functions a stress reliever. You probably started masturbating as a teenager and more likely than not, you will continue throughout middle age — until your 50s — when your sex drive might take a small nose dive.

But just like the same ole’, same ole’ sex positions with your leading lady get boring after you have repeated them over and over again, your masturbation style might need a revamp too. Even if you have the lube or lotion one-handed tango down to a complete science (including the nearby towel for a fast, seamless clean-up), exploring new ways to pleasure yourself will not only help you enjoy the process more but could potentially make you better in bed, too.

After all, who says an old dog can’t learn new tricks? Here are some masturbation techniques you will definitely want to try the next time you feel the urge to perform a solo act.

You might need a small refresher from your last sexual education course (if you even had one in high school) on what parts of your anatomy you're engaging when you are masturbating. “Male masturbation is the act of a male sexually self-pleasuring himself by stimulating or touching his penis and sometimes his testicles, nipples and other erogenous zones on his body, usually to the point of orgasm or ejaculation, for the purpose of sexual pleasure,” explains sexuality educator and counselor Kelly J. Connell .

Male masturbation, while usually a solo performance done in private, can also be used as part of intercourse with a partner. “Sexual stimulation to one’s own body is usually in the absence of others. While it is often a solitary act, it has the power to influence intimacy with others,” notes sexologist and sexuality educator Lisa Hochberger .

The day before Hurricane Sandy hit New York City I had one main concern: I hope my vagina looks awesome. I was on my way to a female group masturbation workshop where I was going to be “playing the clitar” in front of strangers for approximately five hours. If the world was ending, at least I was leaving with a bang. Multiple bangs if I was lucky.

The leader of the workshop is the legendary 83 - year-old sex educator, Betty Dodson. Talking to Betty, it’s impossible to believe she’s an octogenarian. Cursing like a sailor, laughing at her own jokes and telling raunchy stories, she’s like Bette Davis meets Honey Boo Boo. When I asked if she still jerks it she said, “Last month, I had a knockout. I went, ‘Whoa girl, you still got it.’”

Originally a fine artist, Betty changed careers in the '70s when she discovered feminism and the sexual revolution. She started going to group sex parties and while watching couples get down she noticed a pattern: All the men were climaxing and all the women were faking it. Not a single woman was having a real orgasm. She was so upset she decided to take matters into her own hands, and when I say “matters” I mean clits.

She explained, “Orgasms have been very important to my life. I’ve always really depended on them. In a bad mood? Jerk off. Confused? Masturbate. Working on a painting and I’m stuck? Go lay down on the couch and have an orgasm.”

On my way to Betty’s apartment, I tried to imagine what we could possibly do for five whole hours.