Are you aware that May is the National Masturbation Month?
Masturbation is said to be an act done privately at home, but imagine doing this at work.
Psychology lecturer Mark Sergeant of Nottingham Trent University, told Metro that having a masturbation break at work would make employees very effective and is a great way to relieve tension and stress.
This was also echoed by life coach Dr Cliff Arnal. He said, taking masturbation break increases work focus and help alleviate boredom.
He even suggested that there should be a policy for masturbation because this might result to employees having more focus, being less aggressive, creates higher productivity and makes employees smile more.
However, Dr. Arnal said there are shortcomings for this potential policy. Because masturbation policy is considered a break, there is a big possibility employees not achieving orgasm because of the short period of time provided. This may result to having increased frustration and some employees would even have excessive break lengths.
He also suggests that an employee should not fantasize on their colleagues because this might result to cognitive impairment and it’s also not appropriate with workplace conduct.
Time Out New York conducted a survey and the result showed at the end of 2015 that 39 per cent of male readers admitted to masturbating in the office. Glamour.com in 2012 had a result of 31 per cent from a polling sample of 1,000 men.
Apparently, the benefits of masturbation include relieving boredom, stress, tension and horniness, and can possible cure a terrible hangover.
This advice is clearly aimed more at male employees than with the female. Presumably, women are advised to make an herbal tea to relax.
Now we can say, all office pervs may rejoice.