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5 Must-Try Mutual Masturbation Positions—Because Sex Isn’t the Only Way to Do It
Given the deadly virus going on, sex might not be at the forefront of your mind. If any of this sounds good to you—or if masturbating together just sounds hot! Start the conversation in a neutral space, and let your partner know you enjoy feeling physically close with them both in and out of the bedroom. What if we masturbated together? If you know your partner likes to masturbate on their own, ask them how they do it.
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Mutual masturbation is great for a lot of reasons, no matter who your partner is. After, I'll give you a few tips on exactly how to do it. Instead of masturbating in the shower, why not masturbate with them? Seeing the real thing is a lot better than using your imagination. Also, this way, your partner gets to get off, too. Lastly, it can be weirdly intimate making eye contact with your partner while both of your orgasm together. You will see your partner doing something to themselves that you've never done to them before. It'll give you ideas for how to spice up your sex life when you actually do have penetrative or oral sex. Still on the fence about using sex toys as a couple?
Mutual masturbation is woefully underrated. It's safer sex, it's super unlikely you'll get pregnant, and since you know what you're doing, you often get a better orgasm by your own hand. So get to it, sister. If you've never masturbated in front on your partner and feel weird about it, that's totally normal. It requires a certain comfort level to let someone see you doing the very thing you were told from a young age not to do in public. If that's you, start off with some simple side-to-side masturbation. It's comfy and you don't have to roll over and make eye contact unless you want to.