Do’s and Don’ts of Masturbating with a Partner

Do’s and Don’ts of Masturbating with a Partner

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Do's and Don'ts of Masturbating with a Partner

Tips for Masturbating with Your Partner

Masturbation is always fun for one, but it can be even more fun with two. Whether you’re getting off while your partner watches, or they are helping you reach your O, it’s a great way for your partner to learn what works for you (and vice versa). You’ll also become physically closer in the process.

In this how-to, we’ll focus on what you can do to help your partner become comfortable masturbating with you, either manually or with a vibrator. Whether you’re a novice or a pro at masturbating with your partner, here are some tips to make it fun for everyone – and things to avoid for a great experience.

Do: Bring Your Toys To Play

Masturbating with a partner is a prime opportunity to introduce your vibrator into the mix. This is especially significant of you’re one of the 75% of women who cannot consistently climax from vaginal intercourse.

If your partner has gotten frustrated at their inability to get you off, show them what works for you using your own vibrator. Demonstrate what you do to yourself, and once they see the result, they’ll be more than eager to take over.

Don’t: Push Your Partner Too Fast

Some people can be intimidated by your BOB (battery operated boyfriend), so make sure that introducing your vibrator goes as painless as possible. Some will become quickly comfortable with it, while others may need more time to get used to using a vibrator on you.

Of course, both reactions (and any in between) are normal. It all boils down to the individual. Talk to your partner before, during and afterwards to determine their comfort level and find out how to progress at a speed that’s most comfortable for them.

Do: Tell Your Partner What Feels Good

Feedback is important, especially in the bedroom. As with other acts, your partner would ideally like to know how (or if) you’re enjoying what they’re doing to you.

There are a few different ways to convey this. You can always provide verbal feedback in the vein of, “that feels so good” or “I like that, don’t stop.” You can always flatter your partner by telling them things like, “you’re amazing” or “you’re so good.” You can provide non-verbal feedback verbally (such as moaning) or through full-body orgasmic response (raising your hips, rapid breathing).

No one technique is better than another; it all comes down to what works for you.

Don’t: Shame Your Partner If It Doesn’t Work the First Time

It may take some time for your partner to warm up to using toys on you, especially if it’s the first time. They might understandably be nervous about how things will go and what your reaction will be in case they don’t get something completely “right.”

Don’t get angry or frustrated of your partner doesn’t get it right immediately. There’s a learning curve with everyone, and each one takes time to learn. Keep communicating and keep trying, and you’ll get it!

Do: Explore!

Every aspect of sex is an area within which to have fun and explore, and masturbation is no exception. If you’re bored with the usual, have your partner try some new techniques on you. Choose things you might not have tried that you’re curious about, and communicate to your partner than you’d like to try them.

Whether you’re having your partner use your vibrator apply pressure to different spots or digitally stroke you in another direction, anything goes!

Don’t: Do Anything You Aren’t Comfortable With

This should go without saying, but it always bears repeating: Don’t do anything you don’t want to do. If you want to masturbate you using your hands, great. But if you prefer using your vibrator, also great! There’s no right or wrong way to masturbate, and you’re bound to find a handful of ways to keep in your arsenal that work for you.

Similarly, don’t let your partner coerce you into anything you don’t want to do. It may be tempting to go along with it in the moment, but it’s not worth it in the long run. Know yourself well enough to communicate with your partner about your masturbation preferences, as well as related boundaries.

Bringing your partner into your masturbation sessions is a great way to grow closer, and to acquaint them with your preferences. With these simple guidelines, you’re sure to have a successful session, and soon you and your partner will be eager for more.

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