Woman reveals why she takes masturbation breaks at work instead of having a coffee

Woman reveals why she takes masturbation breaks at work instead of having a coffee

For many caffeine addicts out there, the thought of a coffee break is the only thing that can help break up the monotony of the nine-to-five office slog. However, now a woman has come up with an alternative method of relieving stress at work which she thinks is far better.

Nadia Bokody, sex columnist and global editor of the women's interest website She Said, claims that, contrary to popular opinion, masturbation should be safe for work after all.

Nadia says that orgasms help her perform better at work and focus more, and added that, come lunchtime, she’ll head home for a "quick dalliance" with her vibrator or masturbate in a toilet cubicle.

Here's Nadia reviewing one of her favourite stimulators:

In a recent post on She Said entitled, 'I Masturbate At Work. And You Should, Too,' Nadia writes:

"I’m sitting at my desk at work, feeling a little… tense; part stressed about my deadlines, part sexually frustrated. I have a very healthy libido, and writing and reading about sex all day doesn’t exactly do anything to dull it."

"So, I slip out for my daily ‘coffee break’. Only, I’m not going for a coffee, I’m going for a wank. Yes, you read that right – I flick the bean in work hours. When other colleagues are busy self-indulgently puffing on their cinnamon vapes and making trips to Starbucks to wait in line for 10 minutes for their pumpkin lattes, I’m rubbing one out."

She added:

"The fact is, what you do alone behind the closed door of your office restroom cubicle is really none of your employer’s business – provided you’re not doing it outside of your break time. So, fap away, I say. Because an apple a day might keep the doctor away, but a wank break may just be the best-kept secret for killing it at work."

Check out this video of Nadia interviewing an ethical porn star:

But Bokody is much more than a healthy sex enthusiast - she is also a mental health and women's rights advocate.

Bokody not only uses her platform to help encourage her 40,000+ followers to love the bodies they're in, but also campaign to keep abortion legal, and the right for women to embrace their sexuality without feeling threatened, writing in one post: "Let's stop dehumanising women who dare to own their sexuality."

To read more of Nadia's work, then check out some of her articles at She Said, or take a gander at her empowering Instagram blog.