Forbidden Topic? People talk about anything and everything but, for many of us, having a conversation about masturbation is still taboo; we won't discuss the subject at work or at dinner parties. Masturbation is a topic that could do with some airing. It is easy to explain why, over the ages, religious groups have condemned masturbation, claiming it inhibits self-control and promotes sexual promiscuity. Given these negative messages some of us receive while growing up, it is not surprising that there are still feelings of shame and embarrassment about this very natural and healthy activity. Several studies have shown that close to per cent of men masturbate, which is quite understandable, and for women it's about 82 per cent, depending on age.
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We've already talked about the absurd history that has led to the stigma surrounding masturbation. Though all of those outdated, negative myths about masturbation are false, they still persist, which sends the message that self-love is somehow bad, and maybe even bad for you. Of all sex-related topics, masturbation is the one that parents are more uncomfortable discussing with their kids and so they either avoid it or present it in a very negative light , and even doctors stay away from this topic when talking about sex. All this negativity rubs off on all people of all gender identities, but especially on girls.
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