Actress, Victoria Inyama advocates for self pleasure

Actress, Victoria Inyama advocates for self pleasure

Actress, Victoria Inyama is advocating for women to turn to masturbation if there is a need for it. The domestic violence advocate posted a video t

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Actress, Victoria Inyama is advocating for women to turn to masturbation if there is a need for it.

The domestic violence advocate posted a video tagged Masturbation May, in which mental health advocate Malin Andersson, spoke about the gains of masturbation, and why many women should get themselves some good sex toys.

Masturbation May is an annual event to be celebrated on May 28, to protect and celebrate the right to masturbate and of self-love. It was created by the Good Vibrations retail store in San Francisco following the firing of U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Joycelyn Elders in 1994 for suggesting that information about masturbation should be included in sex education courses.

In the video posted by Inyama, Anderson captioned it “Masturbation May is a whole month dedicated to self-love and carving out some ‘me time’. Too often we forget to take control of our personal wellbeing and show ourselves some love and kindness. I’m part of @lovehoneyofficial campaign to raise awareness of masturbation as a healthy, safe and natural way for people to express their sexuality, needs and desires. I want to remove the shame and stigma. Empowering women is my number one goal, so don’t feel shy!!”

Thanking Anderson, Inyama said, “l recommend this too, better than getting involved with A Sexual Controller #noshame #notodomesticviolence.”

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