Got questions about masturbation? Well, no one can blame you for not wanting to run to your parents or teachers about it. Never fear - there's a good chance you'll find the answer you're looking for on this page. If you still have questions, you can ask them anonymously at the Teen Advice Forum.
5 tips for talking to your kid about masturbation
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Instead, stop and consider why this subject makes you squirm. If a child pulls his ear or strokes his arm, no one notices. So why do parents ignore the little boy who pulls his ear but worry and scold when he pulls his penis? Neither of these are true. Most children play with their genitals—expect this somewhere between age of two and six. To a child, masturbation is a normal part of discovering these parts of his or her body and the pleasurable feelings that come from them. In exploring their bodies, babies discover that some parts feel more pleasurable than others.
Masturbation: Six Ways to Manage It
Female masturbation is often seen as a taboo subject. Despite research showing that women masturbate as frequently as men, it's still not a topic that all females openly discuss. The Swedes have even created a new term for female masturbation in an attempt to stop women from being put off talking about the topic by the usual male-associated words. We spoke to women about their own experiences of masturbation and got some expert tips on how to make things work for you, including from Strawberry Siren, former Miss Burlesque Australia and the creator of the Pussy Play Masterclass, a workshop on the art of playing with yourself.
From a young age, it seems like they are taught to be very well-acquainted with their junk. Talking about our vaginas, especially about masturbation is seriously taboo. You might even be surprised to find out that girls masturbate just as much as guys.