Woman reveals she takes 'masturbation breaks' at work while her colleagues are going for coffee… and she thinks you should too

WHILE her colleagues are puffing away at a cigarette, or grabbing a much-needed coffee, this woman takes a very different type of break.

Aussie writer Nadia Bokody, 34, takes a daily 'masturbation break' in the office loos, and says it's all in the name of stress relief.


So I promised BIG NEWS and here it is… In the coming weeks, I'll be launching MY OWN SEX COLUMN with the one and only, @ladbible!! I'm SO EXCITED, there are honestly no words. Will post the link in my bio and Insta story as soon as it goes live. Double tap if you're as excited as I am!!! ???

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Writing for She Said, the columnist explained: "If it’s lunch time, I’ll head home for a quick dalliance with my vibrator (perks of living walking distance from the office).

"But on the odd occasion I can’t wait that long, I’ll pop into the restroom, throw in my headphones, and silently surf some RedTube until my stresses are eased.

"Fifteen minutes later, I’ll reemerge brighter and more focused, ready to tackle whatever the rest of the day throws at me. And it’s not just because I love masturbation."

In fact, Nadia thinks we could all benefit from her way of thinking.


I've been thinking… about sex. Let's be honest, I think about sex most of the time! ? But I hate that I still live in a world where that's shunned, simply because I'm a woman. Sex is fun, healthy, and most importantly – NOT shameful or dirty. It's a completely natural human activity the majority of us participate in – whether that's alone, or with others. So why do we act like it's different for each gender? Have YOU ever been slut-shamed as a woman, for being openly sexual? And guys: have you ever seen a woman slut-shamed? Did you intervene?

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She cited various studies, including one published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, which suggests orgasms are better for the brain than mental exercises like Sudoku and crossword puzzles.

Nadia added: "This is because, during a climax, blood flow is boosted to every single part of the brain, whereas mental exercises only stimulate certain regions.

"In other words, if your employer wants to beat the 3p.m. workplace productivity slump once and for all, they should seriously consider implementing a f** break policy."

And Nadia reckons lots of your colleagues have already come round to her way of thinking.


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She quoted another study, by sex toy sellers Hot Octopuss, which suggests 40 per cent of employees already masturbate on the job.

Nadia also claimed office masturbation isn't bad etiquette.

She concluded: "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."

To spare your blushes and avoid being overheard, Nadia recommends using a silent vibrator or lipstick vibrator if you do decide to indulge in a spot of masturbation in a public loo.

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Nadia previously claimed men’s workplace compliments are sexual harassment… but is she right?

While she also revealed she ends friendships with mates when they get pregnant – and said most mums think she’s RIGHT.

And there’s a new sex position called the Screwdriver and it will really ‘drive’ you wild.

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