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THE ETHICS OF MASTURBATING IN A RELATIONSHIP

by Jekaterina Gussarova August 04, 2022 3 min read

THE ETHICS OF MASTURBATING IN A RELATIONSHIP

THE ETHICS OF MASTURBATING IN A RELATIONSHIP

Is masturbation morally wrong? Is masturbating considered cheating? Should I be upset if my partner occasionally masturbates?

Masturbation is a normal, healthy, and enjoyable form of physical activity, and it does not imply that you are cheating. 

Masturbation Is Safe and Can Benefit a Relationship 

It is ideal for someone in a relationship to masturbate as it is a beneficial activity. It assists in becoming more self-assured in your skin and discovering what you enjoy in terms of sexual pleasure. You'll be able to communicate more effectively with your spouse and assist them in providing you with even more pleasure. When your partner isn't interested in sex, it can be a sexual outlet for you. Mutual masturbation may be a powerful connecting experience and a novel sexual act to attempt with your partner.

It Serves Physiological and Psychological Requirements

While you're in a relationship, there's no need to refrain from masturbating. Masturbation and sex are two distinct concepts that serve physiological and psychological requirements. Even if one enjoys sex from their spouses, many people still want to masturbate. This is perfectly fine.

It Maintains Loyalty

Masturbation is allowed in certain situations, as it maintains the loyalty required for a healthy partnership. The stimulus should be your partner's ideas and not another's dreams.

It Should Not Compensate Lack of Happiness

Unfulfillment issues should be worked out. Do not turn to masturbation without first attempting to resolve any intimacy issues you may have. Working through challenges as a couple can strengthen your bond even more. Don't be afraid to express your requirements.

It Is a Means of Unwinding

We all require space in our relationships and sex life. For many people, masturbating is a means to unwind, relax, or practice self-care. If you enjoy orgasms with your spouse, it doesn't mean you should refrain from huge orgasms when you're in the mood. 

It Relieves Boredom

It may be one of those evenings when you crave sex, but your partner is sleepy or preoccupied to provide it. This situation allows you to let off steam even if your partner isn't feeling it, keeping sexual dissatisfaction at bay. Don't be shy about requesting some solitude break.

It Gives A Better Understanding Of Your Body

 Some individuals believe that if you're masturbating with a partner, you're unhappy with your sex life. Solo masturbation could help you have a better sex life with your partner as it educates you about your own body, fantasies, and preferred sensations. Masturbating will help you better understand your requirements, and communicating them to your spouse will make your sex life more smooth.

It Helps In Identifying Your Preferences

Masturbating while in a relationship is quite healthy unless you have a special personal or religious conviction that contradicts it. Masturbating can help you get more familiar with your sexual preferences, be entertained, relieve boredom or offer diversity. It might even be fun for you and your partner to include each other when masturbating on occasion. 

It Helps Deal With Sex Issues

Masturbation is sometimes used as a coping mechanism to deal with a couple's relationship or sex life problems. For example, it may be simpler to masturbate than to handle a difficult relationship issue, or there may be an excessive amount of rage.

It helps Avoid Dealing With Issues

It's easier to masturbate than to deal with potential performance issues with one's wife, or the relationship is so tense that neither spouse wants to have sex with the other. Masturbation can help maintain those problems by making it easier to avoid dealing with them. Again, whether you consider this unethical depends on your interpretation, but it's a surefire way to temporarily solve an issue while making it worse in the long run. If your partner isn't aware of what you're doing, they may be offended that they aren't being given a chance to address the issue openly. It's OK to have an open and honest discussion about masturbation, and sexual desire is necessary to stem the problem before it becomes a real stumbling block in your relationship. Always remember communication is very important and then making masturbation a secret.

Masturbation is only beneficial to a relationship when used alone. It's proven that you'll have to look hard to find contemporary data that claims it's hazardous. Only when it's done in secret is it immoral, and even then, it's more likely to be a symptom of a greater problem than the cause.

The Bottom Line

Masturbation can induce numerous benefits to a relationship than harm when done appropriately. Masturbation is a sexual practice that can enhance safety and discover how individuals enjoy sex. However, it can be immoral when done in excess and in secret. Inform your partner about your self-pleasures adventures to avoid creating ethical suspicions or behaviors. 

Jekaterina Gussarova
Jekaterina Gussarova


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