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Can you masturbate on your period or have sex without an erection?

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Question - (27 March 2010) 7 Answers - (Newest, 17 December 2010)
A female age 22-25, anonymous writes:

i was wondering how can women masterbate on their period?

also does a man have to get hard before having sex to be able to have sex?

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A reader, anonymous, writes (17 December 2010):

well everyone has answered the questions but the only thing I would like to add is that if you do masturbate on your period do so in the shower. Although still quite messy not nearly as bad. I am 14 and can't speak for everyone but get very very horny on my period. I do suggest only pleasuring yourself with your clit rather than than your g spot if thats what you usually do its much less messy.

Hope I helped. Xx

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (5 April 2010):

I am a woman and I do masturbate when I'm having my period... but because it can get really messy, I usually wash thoroughly first and then use some kind of lubrication (water-based is best) while lying on top of a towel just in case.

Since I masturbate by handling my clitoris rather than my vagina, it generally doesn't get messy if I do it this way.

Mind you, a lot of women don't like to even think about sex during their period because of the cramps and the mess.

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A female reader, MonksDaBomb United States +, writes (27 March 2010):

MonksDaBomb agony auntI agree with Vicky - I am usually quite horny after the initial cramps and nausea, but I wait until I'm done because it gets really, really messy!

Yes, men need to have an erection (get hard) in order to have sex.

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A male reader, Fatherly Advice United States + , writes (27 March 2010):

Fatherly Advice agony auntTicklish wording on your question. In order to have penetrative sex with a woman a man needs an erection. I wonder about burdening your mind with information that doesn't apply to you at your age. Many older men suffer from erectile dysfunction. That is the inability to achieve enough erection to have penetrative sex with a woman. This is often a mechanical problem that does not affect his sexual response of his ability to produce viable sperm. Just a difficulty delivering it. There is a mistaken idea out there that a man with erectile dysfunction, doesn't have sexual desire. This is because lack of sexual desire can mentally cause erectile dysfunction. So a man with mental/emotional caused erectile dysfunction, is not aroused, and he doesn't have an erection. That is going to make it impossible for him to have sex at all. On the other hand, A man with mechanically caused erectile dysfunction, but who has sexual desire, could have manual or oral sex, this would not be as satisfying to his partner. He has desire but no erection. The ED drugs you see advertised (ie Viagra) can help these men. They override the mechanical problem that is most common.

I hope that wasn't too much information.


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A female reader, Laura1318 Malaysia +, writes (27 March 2010):

Laura1318 agony auntA man has to get hard like an iron rod to have sex . Even if it is semi hard ,like the peeled banana, it is not good enough .It cannot penetrate the vagina.

Women can masturbate anytime.Some women feel very horny during their periods.

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (27 March 2010):

for the first question, only female readers can answer that for you. for the second question yes males have to be aroused. i.e must have erection. that means his penis must get hard and staight and much larger than when unerect to be able to enter the vagina.

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A female reader, vicky83 United Kingdom +, writes (27 March 2010):

vicky83 agony auntYou can play with yourself if on your period but not advisable if you are heavy as it could get messy,

Yes a man does have to be aroused to have sex, although not fully aroused.

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