Can you “break” yourself masturbating?

Can you “break” yourself masturbating?

New science is out (always!), and the internet rags are touting it as “myth busting!” (Again.)

But is it?

Nope. Not at all.

So, here’s the deal: The articles I’ve read take the most ridiculous ideas from the internet, set them up as “truths everyone believes,” then share ‘new’ science that ‘busts’ these ideas down to what is true, and pretty much what everyone either knows or should know.

So, today on “Nookie Rants,” we’re going to talk a bit about these things. AND, as an added benefit, I’ll share an anecdote…

Let’s talk about “dead vagina syndrome.”

LOL! You read that right.

Apparently, this is popping up ‘all over the internet,’ and essentially refers to women using a vibrator so much that it totally breaks the clitoris.

FOREVER.

DUNN DUN DUNNNNNNNNNN.

And, well, it doesn’t exist.

BUT, you can temporarily break your clitoral response. Lemme tell you a story.

So, one day several years back, I get a call. On the other end of the line, I hear some light crying and a really scared voice ask, “Nookie, can you break your clit?”

For a moment, I just sat opening and closing my mouth like a fish, because WTF did I just hear? It was NOT what I was expecting, that’s for sure.

But I managed to pull myself together and respond, “I’ll need more details. What happened, exactly?”

Turn out, this intrepid young lady had been spending some quality time with her Hitachi Wand (WITHOUT the variable speed controller that I recommend HIGHLY!) on high. She and her electronic friend had spend six very pleasant orgasms together, and being the greedy git that she is, she decided to go for number seven.

And that’s when it happened.

He clit died.

Went numb.

No pleasure.

No pain.

Just

.

.

.

nothing.

Oh! The horror!

I couldn’t help myself. I laughed. (Remember, I am not your “safe” friend.)

In fact, I could barely speak for laughing.

And when I could catch my breath—and after many creative curse words from the other end of the phone (boy, did she go from terrified to angry, fast!), I told her that yes, you could “break your clit,” but that it was temporary, and she would be fine. And soon. Probably that day, but certainly within a couple of days.

I was, of course, right.

I think it was about two days for her (which is rare—only in .5% of cases does it last more than a few hours), and she was fine.

Apparently, about 16% of women surveyed who use vibrators have experienced temporary numbing. It’s no biggie. It happens.

But nope. There is no such thing as dead vagina syndrome, and actually it should have been called ‘The Curse of the Dead Pearl’ or something, to be more accurate, but whatever…

source: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1743-6109.2009.01318.x

Can this happen to the outie?

Yes.

Although it’s pretty rare, because, well, few people with penises use vibes in the targeted way that those with power buttons do.

Those with outies are more likely to chafe.

Also, a HUGE ouch!

What are your thoughts?

Have you ever overdone it yourself to the point of pain or numbness? Did you freak out? (May I laugh?)

And moving to another possibility, has it ever been done to you, where you were just so overstimulated that your nerves shut down for a while?

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