The Most Common Myths About Masturbation in Relationships

For many people, the topic of masturbation is personal, and hence they don’t talk about it openly.

Often, even in the deepest of romantic relationships, couples choose not to discuss the matter. Perhaps the most common issue people have with it, however, is knowing that their partner still pleasures themselves despite the couple having regular sex. But contrary to popular belief, it is quite normal for people to masturbate in addition to a normal sex life with their partners. Sadly, many myths still exist in today’s society when it comes to this topic.

But what are those myths precisely?

What you need to keep in mind is that regardless of the myths that exist about masturbation, it is alright as long as it doesn’t disrupt your sex life in any way.

For your information, below we have listed some of the most common myths about masturbation.

-Masturbation will not make you crazy.

-Masturbation does not cause acne.

-Masturbation does not mess with your eyesight.

-Masturbation does not cause cancer.

-Masturbation does not shrink your genitals.

-Masturbation does not make you sterile or infertile.

-Masturbation does not cause the hairs on your palms to grow.

-Masturbating does not make you a creep.

-Masturbation is not cheating.

-Masturbating is not something unnatural.

-Masturbation will not stop you from developing properly as a person.

Some other things worth noting in regards to masturbation:

Every person masturbates differently and in different amounts. There is no right or wrong here.

It isn’t unnatural to masturbate while you’re in a serious relationship.

Masturbation becomes an issue if it is used as a substitute for true and meaningful relationships.

People often masturbate to shake off the stress.

Masturbating too much on porn can cause erectile dysfunction in men.

You may be overdoing it if you’re having trouble achieving an orgasm with your partner.

If you believe masturbation affects your life negatively in any way, seek the advice of a sex therapist.

Regardless of all the negativity surrounding masturbation, keep in mind that it is normal.

Also, if you’re often turning to masturbation due to an unfulfilling and sexually repressed sex life, you might want to sit down with your partner and talk it all through. It is truly heartbreaking how many relationships are ruined nowadays due to a lack of communication.

We hope this article was of help to you. Let us know your thoughts on the topic by joining the conversation in the comments and please share if you’ve enjoyed the read.

You might also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More