Tracy Kiss wants you to masturbate more: "The world would be a brighter place!"
London, UK - Tracy Kiss masturbates two to three times a day and she is convinced that everyone should give that a try.
The health blogger from the UK is certain: "If we were all to masturbate a little more, stress a little less, lighten up, speak our mind and have more fun the world would be a much brighter and beautiful place and experience for all."
Self-pleasuring is the topic of her latest blog entry, called "Masturbation to improve the immune system".
In it, she explains that she needs several orgasms a day. Whenever she doesn't get things going with her partner, she takes care of everything herself.
And even though she knows that her masturbation habits may seem extraordinary to some people, she emphasizes that everyone has a different sex drive and "different needs at varying times of life".
The blogger and influencer also lists the results of a 2018 study that found that not every adult masturbates and only 84% of respondents between the ages of 18 and 74 have even tried it.
However, of those who do masturbate, 52% do it at least once every seven days with the average being at around 5.3 times per week.
Tracy Kiss is certain: her lust doesn't hurt anyone
But for Tracy Kiss, a few times a week just wouldn't be enough. Her sleep just isn't as relaxed and deep without the endorphins and oxytocin from an orgasm.
That doesn't mean that she is addicted to climaxes – the 33-year-old even had herself checked by a specialist who confirmed that her desire is nothing unnatural.
And even if it was, it would be quite harmless anyway.
After all, she isn't being unfaithful and only satisfies herself at home. It's all a healthy dose of solo fun.
Sex-influencer claims that sperm can beat coronavirus
As exciting and informative as the sex-ed lessons from Tracy Kiss can be, her advice should be taken with a grain of salt.
Some of her other views are a more than just unorthodox, as The Sun reported. She is convinced that swallowing sperm is not only generally healthy, but that it can even help fighting against coronavirus.
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