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I got caught masturbating

I got caught masturbating
Getting caught masturbating is terrifying - there’s no way around it (unless it’s something that turns you on and you were looking to get caught). But it shouldn’t be that bad - almost everyone masturbates and almost everyone has been caught doing it at least once, so the good news is that you’re not alone. But if you’re looking for practical tips on what to do when you’re caught masturbating, keep reading.

Frequently asked questions about being caught masturbating

Does everyone masturbate?

There’s a small percentage of people who are not interested in sex or sexual gratification or don’t masturbate because of their religious beliefs, but virtually everyone else masturbates at least sometimes, so you’re definitely not alone?

Is it okay to masturbate?

Masturbation is completely healthy and normal unless you’re somehow harming yourself while doing it or doing it obsessively. In fact, masturbation has tons of benefits, such as stress relief, improved mood, higher libido and lots more.

Is it okay to masturbate if I’m married or have a girlfriend/boyfriend?

This can be a very tough of a very easy question to answer depending on the relationship between you and your partner. In most cases, masturbating while you’re in a relationship should be okay but if your partner finds it offensive or not normal, you need to have a conversation about it.

What to do if you’ve been caught masturbating?

While you may feel very panicked when you’re caught masturbating, the first thing you should do is try to stay calm and level-headed. Don’t lie to your partner, parent or whoever else caught you - they know what you’re doing and lying will only make it worse.

What to do if you’re caught masturbating by your wife or husband?

The best course of action if you were caught by your partner who is not 100% okay with you masturbating is to admit that you’ve been masturbating and have an honest conversation about it: first of all, tell him or her why you are doing it. Some people may think that you’re a sex addict or that you’re masturbating because you’re not satisfied by your partner - your goal is to stop those thoughts before they even begin. The next step is to have a mutually open conversation about masturbation - since you’ve been honest and open in this conversation, ask him or her to be honest in return, as there’s a huge chance that they masturbate at least sometimes too. This can also be a great opportunity to talk about what makes you horny and even what kinds of porn you like to watch during masturbation. Talking to each other and revealing your secret kinks and fetishes can help take your relationship to the next level. Once you’ve talked things though, you might want to consider setting mutual boundaries in a relationship to avoid the same situation happening in the future. For instance, you can agree to knock before entering a room or always locking bathroom doors. The final step is to apologize if you think it’s necessary in the situation. We’re not telling you to apologize for masturbating, but if you’ve been lying to your partner or if you got caught and got angry, it can be beneficial for your relationship to apologize for those actions.