Hey I was just wondering why dont girls ever admit that they masturbate i mean i know some girls do but none of the girls at my school do and i dont want to tell them i do b/c then like the whole school will find out and they will think im nasty im serious some girl at my school told some other girl and the whole school found out and now she has no friends and everyone thinks she is nasty...I kinda wanna talk to my friends about it but i dont what that to happen to me...Do the girls at Ur guys school tell eachother they Masturbate??
Posts: 59 | From: indian trail | Registered: Jul 2000
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Well, at my high school, not many people talk about masturbating. But I'm sure a high percentage of the girls do . Just because the girls don't talk about it, doesn't mean that they don't do it. If you feel that if you talk to your friends about this, they'll tell everyone, then what kind of friends are they anyways?
Posts: 33 | From: Niagara Falls, New York | Registered: Oct 2000
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Most girls don't talk about masturbation because it is something private. I can't really remember any guys I know talking about masturbation either. Wether we like it or not, masturbation is just something that most people dont feel comfortable discussing. Nothing wrong with that in my opinion, some things are better kept private.
Posts: 47 | From: Bloomington IL (the boringest place on earth) | Registered: Nov 2000
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Guys here are very open about it too, but soup is right, its something private you do by yourself, seeing what feels the best to you, getting to know yourself, its not something you should go around telling everyone, unless you feel like it.
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No not really. One day I was having a nice conv with my 16 y/o friend who has never had an orgasm and I was like, "you've never even had one even when you..." and she was like, "no, not even..whoa! i'm *not* talking about this" and that's basically the attitude. One day in a game of 'questions' I know that all my friends do it but we don't ever really talk about it.
But in the same token guys don't really talk about it either. Hmmm, I think basically it's a girl can talk to a guy about it and vice versa but people think it's just weird to talk abotu it with the same sex. Me? I'm game for anything and anyone, if someone asks what's the purpose in lying?
As for your school and everything, that's just lame. The only reason why she was shunned (ooh, vocab word!) is because everyone's afraid if they say "chill out" then the school will think they do it too and the circle never ends.
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Hmm ... well i've always been pretty open about it i think. I only have two friends that i can talk about it too, and my boyfriend. I think that's pretty good hmm? Considering some people refuse to talk about it at all. It's not a crime or anything (it's normal) but it's just not something people talk about. However, i think guys are more likely to talk about masturbation than girls. That's what i've seen anyway ... For them it's ok, but for us (girls) it's not. I smell a double standard coming on ...
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