Should We Be Taking Masturbation Breaks at Work?

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Masturbation breaks should become a new workplace trend, according to a new report.

Taking a few minutes to de-stress and “relieve tension” while on the job could actually boost productivity and make employees happier, psychology professor Mark Sergeant of Nottingham Trent University told Metro U.K.

Dr. Cliff Arnall, a psychologist and life coach, agreed with that assessment.

“I would expect a masturbation policy to result in more focus, less aggression, higher productivity, and more smiling,” Dr. Arnall told Metro U.K. “Certainly taking a masturbation break for boredom or an escape would increase work focus.”

The topic of work masturbation breaks came up in the wake of a survey by Guyfi, described as a masturbation booth popup, that found 40% of workers in New York already take such breaks while clocked in. Earlier polls by Time Out New York and Glamour, respectively, discovered that 39% of men said they masturbated at work while 31% of women made time for some self-love.

And an article by Ravishly stated that workplace masturbation “is the new smoke break” and called it a good way to “boost output and creativity.”


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