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In this video, Dan and Jenn discuss the basic steps men should take when masturbating.
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Jennifer: Okay we’re back with another Dan and Jennifer 1 minute Q & A. Today’s question, I’m curious, what is the best way to masturbate, I’m a guy by the way. Look, okay, here’s the deal, there’s really no wrong way to masturbate as long as it feels good, right?
Dan: And nobody gets hurt.
Jennifer: Yes, nobody gets hurt.
Dan: Okay, the basics.
Jennifer: Dan’s going to give the basics because he’s the guy.
Dan: And yes.
Jennifer: But you know the same basic thing applies for girls.
Dan: Yes, really but okay, 1) Wash your hands with soap and get a good lube. A good sexual lubricant, lotion or kind of pinch but you know the lubricants are a lot better for a lot of reasons.
Jennifer: It lasts longer.
Dan: They do, they do. Okay now, find a private place where you're comfortable and focus and you will not be disturbed.
Jennifer: Lock the door if you have to.
Dan: Lock the door, whatever. Get comfortable then you focus on whatever until you come. Close your eyes whatever and you focus on something that excites, whatever it is that excites you.
Jennifer: Or watch something, look at a magazine, read a book, watching porno, whatever, whatever you enjoy.
Dan: Yes, whatever–what’s going, yes. And again, you try different things, and then stroke out well.