75% of women masturbate while their partner is asleep next to them

Three out of four women have masturbated while their partner is sleeping. Allow us to explain!

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Female masturbationcan still be a taboo subject for some. However, more and more women are talking about their sexuality and solitary pleasure. JOYClub conducted a study to find out what their ‘solo sexual behaviour’ was. The least we can say is that women are making up for lost time!

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She touches herself while he sleeps

In order to find out more about this solitary pleasure, which ‘is as much a part of everyday life as brushing your teeth,’ JOYClub, an adult social network, conducted a survey of 2,000 women and men. Habits, frequency, duration… every kind of question was asked. This study revealed its fair share of surprises, starting with masturbation next to a partner.

According to the study, 60.8% of men touch themselves next to their sleeping partner, while 71.1% of the women questioned (i.e., 3 out of 4 women) claim to have masturbated while their partner was sleeping in the same bed. The study also describes:

In addition to the bed, men particularly enjoy the shower and toilet. Women on the other hand prefer the bathtub and in their car.

Imagination and fantasising

Among couples, 17.7% of women think of their partner when they touch themselves, compared to 12% of men. Who else do people think of? A celebrity, a neighbour, a teacher, or even that cute stranger you saw at the shop... there are no limits to the imagination!

Whether they are thinking of their partner or the local shopkeeper, only 1 woman in 4 masturbates on a daily basis. Careful, this figure should be taken with a grain of salt, since the taboos surrounding female masturbation are hard to break.

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