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Is masturbating normal?

Masturbating is totally normal and totally healthy. Most people don’t talk about it, but almost everybody does it.

There’s an old joke about masturbation: “80% of people masturbate, and the other 20% are lying about it.” This isn’t a real statistic, of course (and some people truly don’t ever masturbate). But it does get to the point that most people know masturbation is common and normal — even if they don’t admit to doing it themselves.

Some people are embarrassed about masturbating because there are a lot of myths out there that masturbation is dirty or shameful. It may seem like nobody does it, because masturbating is private and people usually don’t talk about it.

But the honest truth is most people masturbate. Men masturbate. Women masturbate. Trans and genderqueer people masturbate. Straight people, gay people, and bisexual people masturbate. People of all ages masturbate. Some people masturbate a couple times a day, some only do it every once in awhile. And some people never masturbate — that’s totally okay, too. Masturbating is a personal decision; only do it if you want to.

Many people think that masturbation is only for single people or people who aren’t having sex, but that’s not true at all . Lots of people masturbate no matter what their relationship status is, for lots of different reasons. It's totally normal if your girlfriend or boyfriend masturbates (or wants to masturbate) — it doesn't mean you're not good enough, and it doesn't mean they're not into you.

A lot of people worry about masturbating “too much,” but it’s totally okay to masturbate a lot – even more than once a day.

Masturbating is only a problem if it gets in the way of going to school, work, hanging out with your friends and family, and doing other activities you like. But as long as masturbation doesn't get in the way of your everyday life, you don't have to worry about doing it too much. Masturbating on the regular is totally ok.

Masturbating is private, and it can be embarrassing when someone catches you. But you know what? Chances are, they've masturbated too. So they probably know how you’re feeling and understand your embarrassment.

If someone walks in on you masturbating, you can laugh it off or make a joke to help make it less awkward. It’s also probably a good time to talk with them about privacy and personal space. Everyone deserves to feel comfortable exploring their own body in private.

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Kwegu tribespeople in Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley report in 2015 that they are starving as a result of being forced from their land and of the irrigated plantations that are drying up the river on which they depend. These interviews were filmed in 2012, during the clearing of their land for a government sugar plantation.

Communities’ grain stores, beehives and their valuable cattle grazing land have been destroyed. Those who oppose the theft of their land have routinely been beaten and thrown in jail. There have been numerous reports of rape and even killings of tribal people by the military, who patrol the region to guard the construction and plantation workers.

The Bodi, Mursi and Suri have been told they have to give up their herds of cattle, a vital part of their livelihood, and may only keep a few cows in the resettlements, where they will become dependent on government aid to survive. Services and food aid in the resettlement camps are often non-existent or of poor quality.

Download Human Rights Watch Report ‘What will happen if hunger comes’.

No adequate environmental or social impact assessments of the impact of the plantations and irrigation scheme have been carried out, nor have the indigenous inhabitants of the valley given their free, prior and informed consent for these projects.

Donors such as the UK and USA , the two largest providers of aid to Ethiopia, have made several visits to the region to investigate human rights abuses, but refuse to make public their findings, such as the reports from the latest donor visit in August 2014.

Although the UK announced in early 2015 that it was no longer funding the Promoting Basic Services programme that many say is connected to forced resettlement, it has increased funding in other areas. There are questions over what mechanism it has in place to ensure that these funds are not facilitating abuse.

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The Lower Omo Valley is a spectacularly beautiful area with diverse ecosystems including grasslands, volcanic outcrops, and one of the few remaining ‘pristine’ riverine forests in semi-arid Africa which supports a wide variety of wildlife.

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The annual flooding of the Omo River feeds the rich biodiversity of the region and guarantees the food security of the tribes especially as rainfall is low and erratic.

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