The teaching program

3. Places and objects

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Take and print pictures of places “appropriate for masturbation” which are pertinent to the person. Associate these pictures with images or pictograms of masturbation. Help the person to identify appropriate places at home, in their room, at their dormitory, in the bath or shower, etc.

Take and print pictures of places “that are not appropriate to masturbate” which are pertinent to the person. Associate these pictures with images or pictograms of masturbation. Help the person to identify appropriate places that are not appropriate : in the living room at home, in the lunch room or classroom at school, in a public park, on a public bench, in the work environment, in front of a window, or any other place where the person has inappropriately masturbated.

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For someone who has used an object that does harm or is inappropriate, take and print a picture of this object. Use these pictures with pictograms of wounds, pain, etc. to help the person understand that these objects are not appropriate.

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For some people, the use of a sex toy can be recommended to help find pleasure, and to avoid harm or the use of inappropriate objects. IT IS UP TO THE PERSON TO CHOOSE THEIR OWN SEX TOY or APPROPRIATE OBJECT. The person will certainly need to be accompanied to a Sex-Shop in order to choose for themselves the object that best suits their taste and needs. The salespeople in these shops know the products they sell and will be of great guidance. Maybe the tutor will need to facilitate communication but avoid making choices for the person.

For some people, it will be necessary to add a learning project around the cleaning, storage and discrete use of the sex toy. Once again, pictograms and images of masturbation will be helpful tools for learning.

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Show the animated drawing of masturbation

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