World's most vieved by men painting depicts the clitoral rubbing to facilitate conception
Johann Zoffany: The Tribuna of the Uffizi (1772–1778)
Please note the central position of the Titian's Venus of Urbino, and the explanatory gesture with raised finger of an art connoisseur who perhaps realized that the painting was intended as a "model" for sexual education of 14 years old Giulia Varano in order to teach her how to facilitate conception during marital intercourse. In Western and Eastern medicine from antiquity through the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance, it was believed that not only husband's but also wife's ejaculation was necessary to conceive a baby. More: Medical Certificate prior to Marriage
The question then arises as to why every man or almost every man (excluding the holy, the young, the old and asexual ones) is so obsessed with female self-pleasuring. Some guesses:
(a) he seeks aid and excuse for his own masturbating; (b) he wants to learn how to satisfy his wife finally (c) he subconsciously rediscovers the atavistic understanding what is the purpose of sex
need to fabricate explanations
the most successful urban myths to the contrary, medical epidemiology
approved research says that the hymen cannot be torn through bicycle
riding, horse riding, gymnastics, ballet, dancing etc. This is simply
impossible because the hymen is well protected by other organs from
both sides (from the outside: the outer and inner lips, clitoral hidden
parts, and from the inside: the vaginal walls that are not spread
apart) and located enough deep in the vaginal vestibule not
forcibly stretched to the point of breakage.
The visible, covered, and hidden virginity related female organs.
visible clitoral hood (Latin: preputium clitoridis) covering clitoral glans - hidden in the mons pubis clitoral body – hidden by the lip (Latin: labium, plural: labia) clitoral leg (crus, plural: crura) – hidden by the lip clitoral vestibular bulb and greater vestibular gland (Bartholin's gland) – visible outer lip (Latin: labium maius, plural: labia maiora) and inner lip (Latin: labium minus, plural: labia minora) covering halat hymen and urinary opening (Latin: meatus urethrae)
The hygiene of the hymen requires stopping any digital or instrumental stimulating enough far from the vaginal vestibule to make sure that the hymen is safeguarded. Both genders should realize that adequate stimulation of the clitoris must result in a female orgasm. Thus rubbing the vaginal vestibule makes no sense. While vaginal orgasm is not existent no wise virgin would ever let her hymen destroyed in order to experience sexual pleasure.
Under pressure of common myths or just out of curiosity, a variety of objects are being inserted up the vagina, urethra or anus. These experiments may easily end in a surgery when the object breaks in pieces causing injuries and bleeding, sometimes profuse and life-threatening. Taking out the stuck pieces of inserted objects may require immense effort and should be done carefully to avoid more injuries and complications. When masturbating involves pushing things up the urethra there is a high risk of getting a foreign body trapped in the urinary bladder. Because the female urethra is only about 4 cm in length, girls and women calling a doctor sooner or later (better sooner of course) after masturbating with hairpins, safety pins, needles, staples, pencils, cords, wires, tampons, carrots etc. have never been unusual urology department patients. A review encompassed approximately 800 single case reports on foreign bodies of the genitourinary tract in the English world literature published between 1755 and 1999. (van Ophoven A, deKernion JB: J Urol. 2000 Aug;164(2):274-87).
In August 2012, Xenophon Sinopidis and colleagues presented a case of a 12-years old male patient "who was driven to electrical cable insertion after receiving information from a certain internet portal in an age of sexual immaturity." The Greek authors rightly postulated "Sexuality is a field of major influence to this kind of behavior, and foreign body self-insertion into the genitourinary tract should should not be regarded only a simple childish curiosity furthermore, a new causative category named “internet induced paraphilia"" and blamed the internet for inducing dangerous pervert behaviours in the young: "However during the last ten years the internet created a new behavioral attitude. Children encounter certain issues that did not exist in television, books, and magazines previously; there is facility to immediate, inexpensive, timeless and private access to information and most importantly, with direct interaction with a specific website, or with other users. These characteristics upgrade the internet to a new pathogenic factor in inclining behavior of childhood and adolescence. All these characteristics were prominent in the case presented here”. (Sinopidis X et al: Internet Impact on the Insertion of Genitourinary Tract Foreign Bodies in Childhood published in Case Reports in Pediatrics, Vol 2012, Article ID 102156).
Due to anatomical differences, "the internet induced" dangerous sexual experimenting with variety of objects can be more widespread and risky in girls and women than in their male counterparts. A strong hygienic message communicated since the early childhood 'nothing is allowed to be put into your body down there' seems a reasonable preventive measure.
The other abusive technique of female masturbation is self-inflicted strangulation of the clitoris, labia majora, or labia minora. Hair or thread tourniquet syndrome may be unintentional, but strangulation injuries of the genitalia should raise the question of child abuse (Hair entrapment removal techniques: Bothner J).
Besides such dangerous masturbation techniques like inserting and strangulating, any excessively brutal rubbing of the clitoris and all the vulva may cause injuries and turn a pleasurable secret habit into an embarrassing and costly nightmare of medical intervention if healing delays and the accompanied pain does not start to subside.