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There are many different ways to masturbate. In this episode, the Cherry TV women describe their masturbation techniques ...
and give tips to one another on how they relax and let themselves go.
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In this episode the women compare manual masturbation to using a vibrator.
Female 1: I think there is a very different orgasm from vibrator masturbation and like manual masturbation because definitely now I've gotten to the point where I purposely don’t use my like big gun vibrator because the orgasm is like so intense that sometimes when I'm having sex I'm just like, you can finish and then I’ll put out my vibrator.
Female 2: I have this mono–I have to orgasm before anything goes inside. And I'm not like married to this but it just seems to be–because then the penetration, the first time you put like the start, its so much more pleasurable and I feel like when like you know, because I've tried you know masturbating while I'm having sex with my partner and everything and when he’s inside, its that much harder for me to orgasm with my hand or–well, I don’t use my hands but you know, with my instrument. And I don’t know why that is. I don’t know just because I'm focusing on how pleasurable, you know, his penis is inside of me. And so then, I'm not really focusing on the–you know, the clitoral stimulation or if it’s a physical things but I–when I, once if I orgasm first and then he start–you know, we start penetration, it feels amazing. It’s wonderful.
Female 3: Now, you mentioned your instrument.
Female 2: I always use a vibrator.
Female 3: You started with the ribbon.
Female 2: I start with a ribbon and then I move to something hard and I need to be something like–I thought about it. What can I use, a pen, I needed something, well; to me it wasn’t about something going inside. It was just something I needed to uses to rub the surface of my vagina, the clitoris. I need something–
Female 4: And you don’t want to use your hands.
Female 1: Yeah! Because I did–I tried it with my hand and it just wasn’t–I wasn’t getting–I guess for whatever reason, it just–it was drawing up to much and that it wasn’t staying wet and–well, I went away and I did it, you know, I was like, well, I don’t have anything, what am I going to–I tried, so I was like, what do I always have with me anywhere I go? My toothbrush, not the brush ends.
Female 1: Oh, a regular toothbrush, okay.
Female 4: You know, it was just something, it was, you know, it felt good and it was, when you get it wet, it doesn’t lose it’s–you know, there's not as much friction because it was plastic.
Female 1: I had never done it manually so I had started off like my entire sex education was through the rabbit which is kind of like, you know, go for the gold. No, so I actually started–I mean, it used to be like I would have it for like 30 seconds and I would come right away. I mean, that thing is not messing around. And then it was not so much fun because I would try to make it last longer and I would just come–I just could not–I couldn’t last. So after a while when it started actually kind of–sometimes it’d be like sore, it would be like hurting because the electrical current something, I don’t know what it was. It was just like it got to hard. So then, the long -- when I didn’t have it with me was the first time I had really like stopped from the action movie and moved into this nice little like independent film of a romantic weekend and actually like touched myself and I was like, “Oh, this is pretty nice too.” And then it didn’t–you know, it wasn’t sore afterwards because it wasn’t like you know, the entire robot–you know, nation coming at you. It was, yeah, it was like–so now its much nicer because its not like–