Can I Desensitize My Clitoris From Using My Vibrator Too Much?

Can I Desensitize My Clitoris From Using My Vibrator Too Much?

One of the advantages of living in the society we currently do is that sexuality has become a topic that’s much more accessible to talk about. Once a taboo topic with a heavy stigma attached that was discussed in whispers and in secret, we’ve gradually become more open to the idea of the conversation becoming more normalized than it previously was. Among the topics that have become less transgressive in conversation is masturbation. It’s hard to imagine there once was a time when the act of “loving yourself” was frowned upon, mostly due to the puritanical mindsets that have dominated western society for centuries. 

This brings us to today’s topic, which all revolves around the act of female masturbation and a misconception that can almost be considered a throwback to the days of puritanical misinformation that flooded many educational channels before sexual education became more streamlined and focused on eliminating falsehoods. 

To clarify this point, allow us to turn back the pages of time to some of the misconceptions taught to entire generations about male masturbation, or to be more specific, the alleged affliction that would emerge from the act. The rumors that masturbation would cause blindness, hairy palms, or erratic hair growth are comical when looked upon through modern sensibilities, it’s important to remember that this moral hysteria over natural human behaviour was once considered normal. 

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Eliminating a Mistruth 

We bring up these wildly exaggerated myths that once clouded the realities behind male musturbation for the simple purpose that in an age where information is more available than it’s ever been before, a myth surrounding female masturbation has taken hold in the minds of many. It appears that some have been pushing the falsehood that the female clitoris can become desensitized due to too much self-induced pleasure. We assure you, this is not the case and is about as real as sasquatch. That is to say, it’s a myth believed by a misguided few who cling too firmly to false information. 

It’s not absolutely certain where this myth originated from, but its existence speaks less about the misinformation regarding human sexuality and the long-occurring stereotypes of gender roles. For centuries, women were thought of as “domesticated” for the lack of a better term, whose main purpose was for reproduction and tending to the whims of their husbands and tending to the household duties. The very thought that a woman would find pleasure in a source other than her husband or significant other was in complete contrast to generations of conditioning. 

So you see, this falsehood is entire that, false. The female clitoris does not become “desensitized” should you enjoy too much personal enjoyment. 

The Benefits of Masturbation 

Now that we’ve taken the time to hopefully eliminate some of these falsehoods from the situation in question, we feel that it’s just as important to reinforce the truth by presenting well-researched facts and not accusations made from self-absorbed puritanical thinking. In doing so, here are some of the POSITIVE effects brought on by masturbation by the use of a vibrator

  • Orgasm Yes, it’s true. Using a vibrator to stimulate the clitoris is a wonderful and effective way to achieve orgasm. (But you probably already were well aware of that.)
  • Less Stress & Better Mental Health Learning to love yourself goes a long way. Masturbation has long been practiced as a form of stress relief, and some experts contend that a regular habit is healthy for both your physical health and mental well-being. 
  • Increased Likelihood of Gynecological Visits We should take a moment to reiterate that masturbation causes no substantial health problems. Because the act of self-pleasure allows one to get to know their body in a whole new way. Because it is YOUR body, you’ll have a firm and definitive understanding of when it’s good, and when you need a second opinion. 

The Problem isn’t Your Vibe…it Never Was 

Sometimes during the act of self-pleasure, we might find ourselves experiencing difficulty in reaching orgasm. Naturally, the first thought that comes to mind is “Am I doing something wrong?” or “Am I not using the right equipment?” While it’s quite normal to think of ourselves at fault for the ability to not reach a fitting conclusion when we’re by ourselves, the truth is, most of the time the answer to these shortcomings is that they’re completely beyond our control. 

As a matter of fact, only 1 in 10 women can properly achieve orgasm with relative ease. Much of the time, the arrival of a climax or orgasm has just as much, if not more so to do with a person’s mental state. Many times, the mental fixation on wanting to relieve oneself causes stress, which in turn, can cause a mental block in achieving orgasm. If you’re concerned about the inability to achieve an orgasm through self-pleasure, we suggest an appointment with a gynecologist. 

It also helps if you experiment with either toys or situations that might offer an alternative to your normal routine. Self-discovery is a wonderful thing, try new toys, and be adventurous. Sometimes there might be something deep and underlying in your subconscious that’s preventing you from getting the climax you desire. If you’re having trouble achieving orgasm during sexual relations with your partner, we suggest developing an open dialogue of communication with them. Having someone in your corner makes all the difference. 

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