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For women, masturbation can strengthen muscle tone in the pelvic area, lowering the chance of accidental urine leakage (laughing and peeing, anyone? Throwing a party for one even helps relieve menstrual cramps."It causes contractions of the uterus, which seems counterintuitive, but it's an analgesic in a sense," Millheiser says.

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Gaining that knowledge through experimentation also helps boost confidence in the bedroom.One night, and one very public action, creates ties that bind the three women together in unexpected ways.Lots of topics we don’t read enough of are discussed in a refreshingly frank way – single motherhood, working moms, choosing to be childfree, online dating, the pressure to conform, fake friendships, female masturbation, public shaming, trolling."[It releases] chemicals that act as pain relievers." In men, masturbation has also been associated with a reduced risk of prostate cancer.And for both sexes, solo time has been shown to be a great sleep aid since it eases muscle tension and leaves you feeling relaxed and happy.There were also a few full body cringes at times, in that delicious way that made so enjoyable to watch.

I wish I had read it on holiday (I wish I was on holiday! I devoured the first half of the book in one evening, and was eager to pick it up the next day. Plotting issues started to become a big problem for me in the second half of the book.

This isn't going to make you lose feeling all together."The biggest risk to masturbating?

Some chafing brought on by friction, which is easily remedied by lubricant.

In general, masturbation is not only harmless but also healthy.

Sure, doing it more than once a day could lead to temporary numbness, but it's unlikely, according to Millheiser.

Although I hadn’t read any other books by Dawn O’Porter, I was delighted to be approached to review it as I loved the sound of a fearlessly frank and funny book about how women don’t have to fall into a stereotype.