Is Masturbation a Sex Act?

Is Masturbation a Sex Act?

Lawrence Taylor says masturbation isn’t sex.

What do you think of it? Beyond raising the contents of people stomachs into their mouths, Lawrence Taylor’s rape case has also raised a list of important questions considering sex. For example, does masturbation count as sex act?

Taylor is swearing that the 16-year-old hooker (whose pimp allegedly beat her before bringing her to the hotel room of the ex-NFL player) was only looking while he satisfied himself in front of her and no sex happened.

Without knowing any answer to the ‘does masturbation count?’ question ourselves, astonishing as that may be, we decided to ask that question among Facebook subscribers. Sure enough within a matter of time a heated argue started.

What became clear from the discussion is the idea that there are ‘levels’ of sexual acts, such as masturbation, oral sex, vaginal sex and so on falling at different points on the spectrum. And the participants agreed – the majority of them – that regardless of whether or not there was penetration itself, that the 16-year-old girl was violated.

Thus, dearest readers, it would mean that people do actually consider masturbation as a sex act. Do you thing they are right and that in all circumstances masturbation is sex? Or is it only intercourse when there is another sexual partner present? Would you call you solo time with your vibrating partner last night as ‘having sex’? Masturbation is one of the biggest taboos in our culture. But it’s also one of our favorite ways of spending our time. What do you think of it? Does masturbation count as a sex act? Is it only a sex act when there is another person who is the witness of it? You can leave your comments below.

 


Tags assigned to this article:
masturbationsex

No comments

Write a comment
No Comments Yet! You can be first to comment this post!

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*