Well a few weeks or months ago I printed some tips from a site for masturbation. I went looking for them and I had seemed to lost them in the bathroom somewhere. Well my dad went cleaning and found them. My mom was acting strange so I caked it out of her. She said they found some papers. I knew exactly what they were. Now were remodeling my room. I can't have the computer where they can't see what I' doing. They have to see. I don't know if they know I masturbate. I think their just more about my learning. I want them to know it's ok. I'm 13 and I'm older. Lots of girls do what I do. More so even for boys. I've started writing mini stories based on my experiances masturbating. Will they ever except it. It shows I can't hide my secret stuff anymore. Help!!!
Posts: 70 | From: Covington,Kentucky,USA | Registered: Jun 2005
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Often, any website that offers a "how-to" guide for masturbation is an adult oriented site, which technically you shouldn't be going to. Also, you need to understand that everybody is different, and likes different things. You need to experience yourself to find out what works for you.
As for your parents, you are 13 years old and beginning to explore sexually. They are acting like many parents, and becoming paranoid.
We can't tell you whether or not your parents will ever accept it. Many religions consider masturbation a sin, so if they are religious and beleive that, the odds of them "accepting" your masturbation might not be so high. Even so, I encourage you to read our article, Is Masturbation Okay?, and show it to your parents. If you want to come clean with them, sit them down and read them that article. You may be suprised.
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