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Mutual Masturbation

Mutual Masturbation

Simply put, mutual masturbation is just masturbation but with someone else! In other words, it’s when partners masturbate simultaneously or watch while another masturbates. While masturbation is usually thought of as something you do with yourself, there are many benefits of masturbating with your partner(s).

Why should you try mutual masturbation?

There are a number of reasons why mutual masturbation might be right for you. Here are a few of those reasons:

How do you mutually masturbate?

There are various methods, tips, and tricks for ensuring a good mutual masturbation experience.

Communication is key

Keep in mind that you are showing someone something that is normally private and vice versa. Communicate all of your nerves, concerns, and questions with your partner(s) - this will ensure that everyone is comfortable and can really let loose.

Try different positions

Get creative! There are a number of different positions you can try but here are some that we recommend starting with:

Dirty talk

Just because you might not be touching your partner(s) doesn’t mean that you can’t turn them on in different ways. Dirty talk can help elevate the experience of mutual masturbation. Just remember that for dirty talk to be ~sexy~ everyone involved must have their boundaries respected and feel comfortable participating.

Reources: Healthline, Cosmo