Masturbation: there's no need to deny its importance for our sexual lives.

Let us ask you a question (not the easiest one, have to admit): what will be your reaction if you catch your dearest spouse masturbating? Don't hurry with an answer, cause this situation is not so “definite” as it may seem.

There were days (actually, not days but ages!) when masturbation was considered as “diabolical obsession.” All we know those “scary stories” about shrunken hands and irrevocably lost sight (as for hands, it's all clear, but eyes! Wish we hear a full story about eyes and genitals). But time flies, prejudices crumble away, opinions change. Golden 50's (1950's we are talking about) brought new breaking data reported by sexologist Alfred Kinsey. Here's just one of those “mindbreakers:” women who have masturbation experience before marriage, have better better chances to achieve the “big Oh, ...r...gasm!” with their husbands. Sounds reasonable, isn't it? The second wave of “wave of enlightenment” struck the diehards during 1970's. But even today we hale lots of people stating that masturbation is “evil generated by devil to destroy the human race.”

Meanwhile, the following benefits of that kind of “self-knowledge” were revealed:

- it's a good option in relations when one of partners is unable to pay attention to hes/her spouse;

- it helps to balance discrepancies in desires' frequency;

- it plays the role of an overture before the the “real sex play.”

This list can be continued. Think, each have something to add here. As for the previously asked question, the most suitable answer to it would be: “May join you?” There are different variants although...