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Your basic sex-ed class may have covered the technical names of body parts, but when it came to the juicy questions, like: What does masturbating feel like? Well, you probably never got to that chapter. Getting it on with your bad self can be a great way to learn about your body and what makes you feel sexy. Though getting frisky with a boo may be a hot way to explore yourself, sometimes the most satisfying sex is a one-player game. From using your hands to incorporating toys or dildos, there is no shortage of ways to get it on with yourself.
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If you ask 17 women "What does an orgasm feel like? Just like every body is different, every orgasm is different, but they all have one thing in common: They feel good. Whether from partnered sex or masturbation, there are few things that hit the spot as much as achieving orgasm. The way orgasms feel varies from person to person.
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All products featured on Glamour are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. I had my first orgasm swimming alone one summer evening in the neighborhood pool. The benefits of masturbation are plenty more on those in a moment , for women especially.
We've all heard from enlightened aunts and progressive sex-ed teachers that masturbation is natural and healthy and improves blood flow and body confidence. Yet self-pleasure tends to decrease with age: Enjoying intimate time with yourself is a great way to keep up with what turns you on. Taking matters into your own hands is also extraordinarily efficient: 65 percent of heterosexual women and 86 percent of lesbians usually or always achieve orgasm with a partner, compared with a whopping 95 percent of women who go DIY.