In all honesty, daily masturbation is healthy. It benefits those who are married. It benefits single persons. It benefits everyone. And for this reason, we like it when people, particularly well-known ones, aren’t shy about talking about it. Celebrities don’t need to tell us that masturbating is amazing; yet, we appreciate it when they do so. After all, the more we all normalize and de-stigmatize masturbation, the more we’ll have a knowledgeable and culturally favorable perspective on enjoyment (which also improves all sex!).
These famous women have all opened out on the value of self-pleasure, from Chelsea Handler (who would rather masturbate than meditate) to Jada Pinkett Smith (who discussed the subject with her mother and daughter) to Amy Schumer and more.
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This story first appeared in its original form in 2016.
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Gabrielle Union Union talked openly about how she, like many kids, had to come to terms with her clitoris and sexuality. revealing some of her story on Sirius XM’s Sway in the Morning and including that in her 2017 essay collection:
“When I was five years old, I used to lie on a large stuffed animal that resembled a potbelly. “Whoa, oh, oh, oh, ignition, hello!” I exclaimed. Yes, I thought it would be wonderful to sort of hump this stuffed animal. It was incredible, I just knew that. I just went with what I was feeling, and I still do to this day. The best love is self-love. [In We’re Going to Need More Wine, my book] I also mention thinking that my clitoris was my vagina because I thought that was where the fun was. Simply said, I just never thought to go further because that was so fantastic. What else is possible?
When discussing sexuality and self-love, Rihanna has a long history of giving the f-cks. Wearing this incredible “DIY” shirt that praises masturbation or promoting Masturbation Month as an all-year event in 2012 on Twitter are just a few examples.
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Lily Allen’s upbringing or adolescence didn’t include conversations about masturbation, but the singer of “Smile” is glad to do so today and aims to erase the taboo many people—including herself—feel about the subject.
Allen has even teamed up with the maker of adult toys Womanizer to support the #IMasturbate campaign and to develop a limited-edition toy to honor self-love.
In a video for the promotion, she introduces herself as “Lily here.” My little secret is that I masturbate. But why is it strange to speak it out loud? It ought to be the most natural thing in the world to love oneself. I believe we all deserve wonderful orgasms. So let’s talk about it openly.
Really, ask her anything! If you need more evidence that Halle Berry is open to discussing sex, simply take a look at her recently revived Bash and Booty video series. She described her 11-year-old orgasm in detail. She remarked in the video, “I remember my first orgasm, and I did it to myself.” I was experimenting and figuring out my sexuality, like most females,” she stated.
Chelsea Handler has recently opened up to Health about self-pleasure: “I speak my thoughts about pretty much anything in the most honest and funniest way. She added, “The three things that actually changed me were therapy, meditation, and marijuana.” “Meditation always irritated me, and hearing other people talk about meditation irritated me. I made several attempts with my psychiatrist. I would meditate after listening to his brief and lengthy recordings. I would occasionally only masturbate. Who cares? They both begin with m, and after each one, your brain allows you to unwind.
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If you watch Jada Pinkett Smith’s Facebook show Red Table Talk, you are already aware of her no-holds-barred style. In 2018, Pinkett Smith discussed masturbation with the mothers of her regular show co-stars, Adrienne Banfield Norris and Willow Smith, and she wasn’t scared to be open about it. “I acquired [sex knowledge] in a unique way. Because she wanted me to understand that the pleasure came from myself, my grandma taught me how to enjoy myself, the woman stated. She didn’t want me to end up in a man’s hands and she didn’t want me to believe that was the case if he brought me pleasure. And when I was 9 [years old], Mom taught me.
All of Eva Longoria’s pals receive sex toys since she is so eager to support other women in their desire to masturbate. She told Self magazine, “I didn’t start enjoying sex until I started masturbating. “Prior to that, I wasn’t very sexual. Three years ago, I made my first vibratory purchase. It’s too bad I didn’t find it earlier. I now give Rabbit vibrating necklaces to all of my girlfriends. When they open it, they yell. An orgasm is the nicest present I can give them.
In 2013, Anna Kendrick expressed her support for masturbation in her trademark amusing style. She tweeted, “Ugh – NEVER going to see a Ryan Gosling movie in a theater again.” Apparently it’s still considered “inappropriate” to masturbate in the back row.
Amy Schumer said she masturbates and shared some information about what or who helps her get off during the 2015 MTV Movie Awards. Mike Magic XXL. It’s magic, like, truly,” she remarked. “I always have at least two missing fingers when I see those guys.”
When discussing masturbation, Taylor Momsen is not averse to using strong language. She once quipped, “Fuck you if you want to call me a whore for masturbating; I’m not one.” “I believe that both men and women should be able to enjoy themselves equally.” Amen.
Not only is Amber Rose honest about masturbation, but she also offers advice! The author of How to Be a Bad Bitch once admitted that she enjoys masturbating in front of a mirror. On Loveline with Amber Rose, she acknowledged to Blac Chyna and sex therapist Dr. Chris Donaghue that she was “the queen of it.” She once also disclosed an unexpected benefit of routine masturbation: “I frequently masturbate. At least once a day, I masturbate. My skin appears so beautiful because of this.
Evidently, Farrah Abraham can get off without the assistance of anyone else. “I molest to… She admitted to Howard Stern, “I want to see my own [sex tape]. I’ve seen my video a lot because I’ve had it for a while.
In an interview with Net-a-Porter, Shailene Woodley advocated for better education on female masturbation. She claimed that young girls are not taught how to enjoy themselves, what an orgasm should entail, or that they ought to feel content. “I’ve always wanted to write a novel called There’s No Place Like Home.”