Want to Make Your Day Better? (try a little self-pleasuring)

Want to Make Your Day Better? (try a little self-pleasuring)

In this video Betty Dodson and Carlin Ross suggest you indulge in a little self-pleasuring. Ross uses masturbation to change her mood, break the stress, to “reset” her day. Remember we’re still in National Masturbation Month. Why not treat yourself to some “intentional pleasure”.

Have some free time today? Go play a little. As these astute women note, this is all about taking time to do something for yourself.  Here’s your (and my) inspiration:

 

8 Comments
  • Carol Cassara
    Posted at 08:46h, 14 May Reply

    Betty Dodson. THE name in self-pleasuring! What a flash from the past!

    • Walker
      Posted at 11:11h, 14 May Reply

      Absolutely. I met Betty in March-even though she’s in her mid-80s she is still a major contributor to the work on women’s sexuality. Talk about aging and sexuality!

  • Roz Warren
    Posted at 12:14h, 14 May Reply

    “Why does an orgasm feel so good?” Apparently, May is the month to research that question.

    • Walker
      Posted at 13:49h, 14 May Reply

      It’s a good incentive, but we should be exploring “feeling good” all year round! Like you and your power tool article.

  • Tammy
    Posted at 17:42h, 14 May Reply

    Love it! “Take an orgasm break”. Now that just might solve the worlds problems! Own it ladies! Fun sharing!!

    • Walker
      Posted at 18:09h, 14 May Reply

      Yep! Coffee break, orgasm break. Skip the cigarette, have some sex play. I think it’s the way to start fixing the world too. Thanks for coming by Tammy.

  • Q&A-How Much Sex Do You Want? - Walker Thornton
    Posted at 06:46h, 09 January Reply

    […] Achieving an orgasm is not like tackling a problem–we don’t just grab the power tool and rush to get that clitoris humming. We want to warm up, to feel arousal build, not just in that one spot, but throughout our bodies. I would suggest that Laura take some private time for a sexual exploration–not to have an orgasm but to pleasure her body in much the same way a massage therapist might do so. Get a good lube and lock the door- touch and explore to see what feels good. And if arousal comes and you have an orgasm great–but do not judge your sexual desire on whether you come or not. My experience has been that arousal leads to more arousal. When I create arousal I am more likely to want more. So, getting a little aroused in the hours before having sex is helpful, something echoed by the experts. As Betty Dodson says, “sex is adult play”. […]

  • Talking About the Big "O"-Orgasms - Walker Thornton
    Posted at 09:04h, 24 January Reply

    […] Regardless of where you fall on this scale it is possible to have better, more satisfying orgasms. First and foremost, get to know your body’s responsiveness by self-pleasuring. Explore. Touch and look. Get out a mirror and some lubricant and get to know your genitals. Indulge in a little self-pleasuring. […]

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