Female masturbation and orgasms: There’s an app for that too

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Sexuality is one of the most basic instincts of human beings. Being comfortable with your own sexual pleasure is a prerequisite to both being able to healthily accept pleasure from others, and pleasing others. How can you exchange pleasure with someone else if you don’t understand what your own body likes? That’s why learning how to masturbate is a fundamental life lesson.

A new app called HappyPlayTime aims to demystify female masturbation and orgasms.

Geared towards women, HappyPlayTime provides information on the female anatomy, statistics about sexuality and even masturbation techniques.

According to the app’s founder Tina Gong, 20 percent of women masturbate before bedtime to help them fall asleep. “Loving your body in every way is not a sin,” HappyPlayTime shares on its website.

HappyPlayTime is currently in development but you can learn more about the app here. Female masturbation has never been this friendly.

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  • DrSam MD

    research says masturbation can be bad for you with negative side effects:

    Masturbation associated with increased prostate cancer, schizophrenia, depression, and breast cancer.
    Journal of sex research 2002;39:321–5
    Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 1989;42:1227–3
    The British journal of psychiatry 2003;182:50–6.
    Advances in Cancer Research 1988;51:1–106
    source: “Is Masturbation healthy? The sciences says no”

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