SEXUALITY AND SHAME
Cannabis users are no strangers to shame. The stigma of society around cannabis use has been in hiding until recently. Now, there are more and more jurisdictions that are legalizing cannabis and supporting its normalization in society. This is the kind of social change that occurs when people find the courage to talk about their experiences. However, talking about our sexuality is … uncomfortable. At least for most people, being honest about their sexual health and sexual desires is embarrassing. It reveals an intimate aspect of our personality that each of us has the right to keep private. However, this secrecy around sex can be internalized to the point of interfering with people’s private sexual life.
MARIHUANA CAN COMBAT THE SHAME
Let’s say you have a partner. You have connected on an emotional level, you have gone to bed, you have left for some time. You may have some fantasy about yourself or any appetite you would like to try. Although you would not judge another person for it, you have internalized the shame of having these feelings, and you are afraid that your partner’s vision of you will be negatively affected by it. Well, this is where the ability of marijuana to reduce inhibition can be useful, and it does not do so in the reckless manner in which alcohol does. Cannabis users tend to be much more cautious under the effects of the herb than alcohol consumers when they are drunk. Cannabis may be what you need to get a comfortable attitude.
The calming effects of cannabis can improve your brain’s reasoning abilities against negative thoughts. It makes physical contact more sensory, and cannabis can cheer you up enough to make you and your partner more eager to play. When you’re under its influence, you’re more open to trying new things with people you trust. You start removing filters in what you say and in other things. Even so, you keep a focus on your sensory impulses, which should connect you with your partner and his feelings. This is a key aspect of consent, so you can stay tuned and keep the fun in the environment. Cannabis also relieves pain, anxiety and other things that could make it hard for you to get in tune.
Women love orgasms. They simply do not dare to talk about it openly because of the stigma mentioned sexuality. In recent years, progress has been made in the fight against this stigma on issues such as LGBT rights and sex education. However, prejudices towards sex work, polyamory, promiscuity and even having little or no sex are still widespread. There remains a deeper and more fundamental problem in this imbalance between women and men. The usual norm has been to repress women’s self-determination and the discussion of their sexuality. At this turning point, perhaps women’s sexual health problems can be addressed without the usual pressure of shame.
Science has a lot to do on this taboo subject. Finally, many wrong ideas can be solved, such as the myth that women do not masturbate. The Women’s Health Network recommends that women masturbate. Not only because it relieves stress or makes you feel fantastic, but also because it can help prevent infections of the cervix and urinary tract. It also improves pelvic floor strength and cardiovascular health. For women who find it hard to reach orgasm, the relaxing effects of cannabis should help them feel more comfortable.
Lioness is an “intelligent vibrator” that measures vaginal contractions during masturbation. The CEO of the manufacturer of Lioness, Liz Klinger, tested it and shared its results on the internet. He reported that the contractions are less frequent, but stronger throughout his orgasm under the effects of cannabis compared to his sober orgasm. Cannabis edibles gave an even stronger effect. The data is clear, at least in his case, that cannabis improved the intensity of orgasms. Our female readers should be curious to at least try cannabis before having sex or masturbating.
CANNABIS AND MEN’S HEALTH
Men may not have so many medical reasons to combine cannabis and orgasms, but they have all the recreational reasons in the world. However, there is research that supports a common medical phenomenon in men and women. Human tests found that endocannabinoids, such as anandamide (similar to THC ), increase during physical activity. It was identified that another endocannabinoid, 2-arachidonoyl glycerol, increases specifically during masturbation and orgasm. You can play a role in the orgasm reward system for men and women. Therefore, by increasing cannabinoid consumption and by stimulating the endocannabinoid system, You can experience more excitement and better orgasms.