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Masturbation: Does masturbation play a positive role in the development of sexual relationships?

  • Practice makes perfect

    In any field of discipline it is necessary to practice to improve. It is only through the course of play and exploration that we discover the edges of things. It is certainly possible to enjoy sexual relationships without masturbation in the same sense that it is possible to enjoy playing professional tennis without ever practicing or enjoy playing the guitar in a coffee shop with no rehearsal. I would argue that, while the player may enjoy it, the other participants in the experience will appreciate it if you take some time to learn how everything works.

    Masturbation allows you to discover the physical idiosyncrasies of your own body without the pressure of exploration in front of someone else. You can explore fantasies, develop endurance, and find spots other than the primary genitalia that produce sensual feelings. Those that masturbate more often develop longevity that can increase the level of satisfaction for both parties. Through this self-discovery, they become more adept at sexuality. They learn their own quirks, and, in doing so, are more accepting of quirks in others.

    Whilst in a sexual relationship, it can be beneficial to share masturbation. Exposing your partner to erotica that you enjoy gives them an entrée into what excites you. By gradually providing insight into what creates arousal, you deepen the intimacy and trust. As intimacy is the single deepest factor in sexual satisfaction, masturbation is essential to exploring the depth of a sexual relationship.

  • Yes, Masturbation is positive for sexual relationship development

    I believe that masturbation plays a major and positive role in the development of sexual relationships. If you have masturbated before, then you already know a little bit about sexuality. You get to know what you like sexually, and are able to transmit that information to your partner to allow for a great sexual experience.

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