You'll Strengthen Your Pelvic Muscles
Women can be tricky. Get this — only 25 percent of women orgasm during intercourse.
Why? Well, several factors, such as stress, dryness, and lack of emotional intimacy can play a part, but oftentimes, it's because several sex positions don't offer clit stimulation. And, trust us, ladies need that spot hit (hard).
A solution? Get in touch with your own body to figure out how to pleasure yourself. Once you're a pro, you can share that wisdom with your partner, which will make for better, steamier sex all around.
And, it's actually OK to throw sex toys, like vibrators, butt plugs, and liquid vibrators into the mix, as your body won't get desensitized or turned off by intercourse. Instead, the good news — you'll actually increase sensitivity in that area to make for better "O's," both solo and with a partner.
So, we've established that a solo session is a (really) good call. But, what if you start masturbating every day? Luckily, we got some experts to weigh in on the physical and mental changes that can happen when you and your vibrator become bedtime buds.