Dr Cliff Arnall, Psychologist and Life Coach agrees with that statement: “I would expect a masturbation policy to result in more focus, less aggression, higher productivity, and more smiling,” he told Metro. “Certainly taking a masturbation break for boredom or an escape would increase work focus.”
So, who’s really doing it at work?
Their conclusions that a masturbation break at work might be a good idea came after a recent survey by Time Out New York. They found that 39% of male readers reported masturbating in the office. For women that percentage is 31%. An earlier poll by Glamour in 2012 came up with 31% male “self lovers.”
A word of warning however…
Arnall stated in The Metro UK: “Masturbation breaks shouldn’t be driven by lust or fantasizing about a colleague as this would likely result in cognitive impairment. Such breaks should only be taken if they’re motivated by a genuine desire for stress relief.” Dr Sergeant warned in The Metro UK: “Introducing any form of sexual behavior to a workplace could be seen as a slippery slope that makes people think that other forms of sexual behavior, such as those linked to harassment, are more acceptable.” More articles and new friends at SDC Read more about masturbation