It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. I don't think onanophobe is right because that would indicate a fear of onanism while there are certainly other reasons for not practicing it. You could call such a person an onanophobe. Which is to say, I do not know either, but other people are attempting to coin a word that is the opposite of an onanist -- a man guilty of the sin of onanism, or spilling his seed. This is an allusion to Onan, in Genesis
What women told us about masturbation
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There is no normal when it comes to sex, DIY or not. Jo : Actually, used to masturbate but stopped after entering a long term relationship. The difficult part is just starting. I also am scared of doing it wrong.
Not all women masturbate, and that’s fine: 6 women tell us why they don’t
Masturbation is a normal part of sexual health. However, if masturbation prevents you from performing daily tasks or it interferes with your work or responsibilities, it may be time to try to create a better relationship with the activity. In fact, it can be quite beneficial. Masturbation is common. People who are in satisfying sexual relationships with a partner masturbate.
A heads up that this article is about masturbation, so if that's not something you want to read about right now, maybe check out some of our other sex and relationships stories. If that seems like a forward question, you might have missed our article about "the masturbation gap" and it's probably a good place to start. What it will tell you is that the stats are clear.