But men more so than women. According to Indiana University's National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, while 84 percent of men and 72 percent of women ages 25 to 29 copped to getting off solo in the past year, women do it far less frequently. Forty-four percent of guys say they masturbate two or more times a week, but only 13 percent of women say the same, proving that too many women are waiting for a duet to bring their own damn house down. Happily, we're in an age where the stigma surrounding masturbation has gone the way of the AOL chat room.
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Sex therapists frequently get questions from frustrated female patients who struggle to have an orgasm. In fact, a Cosmopolitan survey of 2, women ages 18 to 40 found that only 57 percent of women have an orgasm most or every time they have sex with a partner. We reached out to three sex therapists and gathered their expert tips, suggestions and other kernels of wisdom that will have you on your way to the Big O. The reasons can be physical, mental or emotional in nature, according to sex therapist Ian Kerner.
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Like most other women who bought their first thongs sometime in the early s, I found PEN15 —a new Hulu series about, basically, being a seventh grade girl—to be relatable as hell like, painfully so. When Maya and Anna, the show's year-old protagonists LARPing as their teenage selves, walked into their new middle school for the first time, my armpits reflexively started sweating. I gasped when the girls pulled out a journal filled with the AIM screen names of their classmates.