Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Now that you have asked, I'm not even sure what men think about. If you want to, you can start by watching some very soft tastefully done women friendly porn. Obviously, her scumbag ugly ass husband cannot be able to provide that. I don't really have any celebrity crushes, I can't think about my past sexual experiences because it hurts me emotionally, and I don't have anybody I fantasize about, except my personal trainer, but that can get old too, and I don't let it get far because I don't want to actually fall for him.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members. My sister's first and only true love is a very honorable U. So I was wondering what do women think about when they masturbate? My question is if you can "barely stand to masterbate" and don't really enjoy sex, then why do it?
Yet the Bible is silent on the issue of masturbation and says a whole lot about adultery.
Masturbation is a complicated issue that doesn't lend to a clear black and white answer.
Little boys and girls quickly discover that their "private parts" feel really good to touch.
As children grow, wise parents gently teach that touching some places of our bodies isn't appropriate to do in public.
And I used to love sex when I first had it, but after some bad experiences, it makes me feel violated and disgusting and used... It's not the inability to fantasize which is detracting from your pleasure, but the emotional pain and baggage you are carrying from your past.
If you talk to a therapist, I am pretty sure he/she would suggest not forcing yourself to do anything until you are ready to do it. I tried to remind her that how much she was loved by Jason, how handsome he was. But I know deep down, she still is that woman who wants to be loved and treasured. But I think you should focus on healing your emotional wound first. (((((( ))))))))Yes, I am a woman, but I actually find this to be a challenge when I masturbate.
At a purely biological level, masturbation isn't that much different than other things we do with our bodies—like picking our noses. They are wired to touch their bodies everywhere and repeat touching where they find pleasure.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. And I used to love sex when I first had it, but after some bad experiences, it makes me feel violated and disgusting and used... that just sounds like torturing yourself instead of pleasuring yourself.
Yes, I am a woman, but I actually find this to be a challenge when I masturbate. On the rare occasion that I do, I just think about the person I'm dating at the time and wish he was with me at the moment.
The average person would hear that and say, “That’s not true.” But that is the approach most people take to romantic relationships.
The new rule is: don’t assume that just because you feel right, everything is going to be alright.