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Exploring Your Views on Sex and Masturbation

Updated: Apr 25, 2023

To Create Mutually Respectful and Consensual Relationships.

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These thoughtful questions can help you understand your views on sex and masturbation and how you may approach the topic with future partners. Through exploring your beliefs and opinions, you can ensure that any sexual relationships you enter are based on mutual understanding and respect. Equally, it is just as essential to gain an understanding of your partner's views and feelings towards sex and intimate situations to ensure that any sexual activities are consensual and enjoyable for both parties. By acknowledging your thoughts and feelings around sex, you can develop healthier relationships based on trust, respect, and communication.


1. Do you think sex is a necessary part of life?

2. What is your opinion on premarital sex and why?

3. Have you ever had thoughts or fantasies about masturbation?

4. How do you feel when talking to someone about sex or sexual topics?

5. Are there any topics or areas related to sex that make you feel uncomfortable?

6. Have you ever experienced sexual pleasure through masturbation?

7. Do you think masturbation is a healthy and regular part of life?

8. What do you think about when it comes to your sexuality and desires?

9. How do you view relationships and sexual intimacy?

10. Are there any boundaries you have set for yourself regarding sex?

11. Do you feel guilt or shame about your thoughts and feelings towards sex?

12. What is an essential aspect of a healthy sexual relationship?

13. What are some of the benefits of sexual exploration and experimentation?

14. How do you think pornography affects our views on sex and sexuality?

15. What are some ways that we can foster healthy conversations about sex between partners?

16. Are there any personal or societal stigmas that make discussing sex difficult for you?

17. Do you think consent is essential to a sexually fulfilling relationship?

18. What do you believe are some of the risks associated with unsafe sex?

19. Do you have any tips or advice for people who wish to navigate their sexuality responsibly and respectfully?

20. How can we create an environment where we can talk openly and honestly about sex without feeling judged or embarrassed?


Ultimately, exploring sex and sexuality should be a positive experience for all involved, regardless of the type or intensity of sexual activities. As such, having an open and honest dialogue with your partner is essential to ensure everyone's needs are heard and respected. By asking questions like these, you can understand your beliefs, values, and boundaries regarding sex. This information can help you to make an informed decision about sexual activities and set up a safe and enjoyable space for exploration between you and your partner.


Understanding your thoughts and feelings about sex is essential to developing healthy and consensual relationships. Asking thoughtful questions can help you explore your beliefs, values, and boundaries to become more confident in communicating these with your partners. Doing so can create a space for a joyous exploration of sex and sexuality.


By asking yourself these types of thoughtful questions, you, too, can gain insight into your views on sex and masturbation and how you may approach the topic with future partners. This information can help inform your decisions and create a safe and enjoyable space for exploring sex between you and your partner.


Remember, talking about sex openly and honestly is essential to ensure that everyone's needs are being heard and respected in any sexual relationships or activities. By exploring yourself and your feelings on the topic, you can ensure that any sex you engage in is consensual and enjoyable for both parties. So start asking questions, create an open dialogue, and enjoy the healthy exploration of sex!


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