Sex Coach Georgia Grace If Excessive Use Of A Vibrator Can Dissect Your Vagina

Sex teacher and intimacy coach Georgia Grace’s public service announcement is, you can’t damage the end of your nerves with too much self-pleasure. Anyway sex and the city can trust you.

In this prime, Sex and the city There was a pioneering, radical sex-ad that we never had. My clients still mention the ideas they learned about sex from the show. Like the episode, Samantha thinks she ran away orgasms Because she uses them, or where Charlotte had to save her from “rabbit vibrations.” Here’s the text: No. Too much sex And for God’s sake don’t let it get you addicted Vibrator.

Much has changed since the 1990s, but it seems we are still carrying these sexually-embarrassing messages and justice around us, a burden we should not carry. So I want to shed light on these myths, and put an end to shame and justice around masturbation and vibrators.

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First of all, refute the stigma …

To start with the positive note, there are That’s what happened A lot Health benefits of masturbating And using vibrators such as increased lubrication, arousal and pleasure, reducing pain or discomfort during sex, and providing equal access to pleasure. Not only that, but self-satisfaction is a safe and fun way to practice self-care that is increasingly important in the current environment of social distance and self-isolation.

For those who use toys during single-sex sex, concerns are often raised about whether vibrators can cause clitoral de-sanitation (sad intent).

The short answer is; Vibrators do not and do not cause any dissection of your genitals. Vibrators cannot remove the ends of your nerves, or damage them in any way. But allow me to expand, to make you comfortable.

The suggestion that you can indent your clitoral nerves is associated with the shame and stigma surrounding the use of sex toys and masturbation. Unfortunately, these fun taboos (especially for the people of Vlavos) have contributed to a lack of research and understanding, and around the composition and functioning of the body.

It is all supported by science

Extensive research shows that women and vulva intercourse more quickly and easily with the stimulation of their clitoris, as with any other sexual experience. The use of vibrators can support everyone to get the stimulus they need or feel better. A small study recorded in the Journal of Sexual Medicine Also found Most vibrator-users do not report any adverse or negative symptoms in their use.

As an example, say you are sitting for a long time and may be listening for your beam. So you get up, turn around, shake it and the sensation returns.

It doesn’t stop you from sitting still for fear of losing more sensation in your bomb. The same applies to masturbation.

If you are masturbating in the same way every time and you start to feel numb, or if you have sex with others, you are less sensitive to arousal. Take a break, adjust your masturbation routine and try something new! There will be a sensation Always To return

It’s fun to make yourself happy with toys

It is important for women to develop and maintain a full and enjoyable relationship with their body, through masturbation or other forms of self-pleasure. Whether you’re new and curious, or eager to enhance your self-enjoyment journey through seasonal and toy, there are some incredible new techniques for you to explore.

My current favorite, and one I recommend to clients, is yes We-Vibe Wand – Powerful cordless massager with responsive technologies, flexible attachments and ergonomic design suitable for your pleasure in different areas of the body, from your clitoris to your nipples, through powerful, rumbly vibrations.

If you are currently in self-isolation or just working from home, this may be a good time to commit to regular single-sex practice, with no fear of desensitizing your genitals. Exploring your body and the joy that is invited into your life usually provides a much needed sense of peace in spite of the current chaos.

And remember, sex and the city have changed a lot, so instead of protecting your girlfriends from their vibrations, you can probably give them gifts?

Georgia Grace is one Australia’s sex teacher and intimacy coach, And Ambassador for We-Vibe.

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