Mix it Up in Honor of International Left Handers’ Day!

August 13, 2014

Wednesday, August 13th is International Left Handers’ Day! About 13% of the global population is left handed, though many left handed people are ambidextrous. So, how can you celebrate International Left Handers’ Day? Mix up your masturbation!

When you regularly masturbate using only one technique, things can become a little hasty, a little perfunctory. It’s the same old, same old. Whether you’re male or female, masturbating the same way each time you do it can make it harder to climax with a partner.

The good news is, you can shake things up just by using your non-dominant hand! Try the same technique you normally use first. You might have a little trouble with coordination, just like you would if you tried to write using your non-dominant hand.

Got the hang of it? Now try a new technique! You might find something you really like that you never thought to try before. Remember, masturbation isn’t only about the climax. It’s about getting to know your body. The best way to do that is to experiment, and what better excuse than International Left Handers’ Day?

Sarah Nitchkey

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