A BOSS has said that she offers her employees half an hour of daily MASTURBATION BREAKS in a bid to relieve Covid-19 lockdown stress.
Erika Lust, 44, who is an indie adult filmmaker in Barcelona, said she felt it was the only solution to solve their “agitation” whilst at work.
The Swede launched the unconventional initiative this month to celebrate Masturbation Month, which occurs every May, and will be continuing to offer the break all year long.
Mrs Lust had decided to give her 36 employees the break in an attempt to normalise self-pleasure by making time for it in their daily schedules.
She had noticed her employees were “agitated” and “performing with less energy” due to the pandemic and thought the best way to help was to offer designated wellbeing breaks.
“I value my employees and I know that when they feel good, we do good work,” Erika told Jam Press.
“With the pandemic and the huge shift in how we live our lives, I began to notice that my employees had become somewhat agitated and were performing with less energy than before.
“So, knowing that there’s only one thing that will make everyone feel good, I’ve set up a private masturbation station for them to enjoy.”
Employees at the Barcelona-based company, Erika Lust Films, are now able to take 30 minutes during work hours every day for the sole purpose of masturbation.
They have since spoken out to talk about the benefits of their new daily break and their experiences of the “masturbation station.”
Cat, who is head of communications and content at the company, said: “Picture this: a team of happy employees with their creative juices flowing and being productive because they’ve had some time scheduled to make themselves feel good.
“A masturbation break at work can result in more focus from your employees, less aggression, more productivity and better team work.”
Her colleague Avril, a clinical sexologist and project manager of The P*rn Conversation, concurred: “Masturbation has been shown to not only make you happier, more relaxed and more focused, but it’s also good for creativity and increases your drive to get things done.
“Plus, it releases endorphins, helps to decompress and relieves tension and stress.
“Basically, it’s the perfect medicine for a stressful day at work.”
Erika is now calling for fellow business owners to follow in her footsteps.
As well as offering the breaks, she will also be sharing how the team gets on with the masturbation station on her website.
The erotic filmmaker is vocal about creating sex-positive cinema and was previously featured in the Netflix documentary Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On, produced by Hollywood star Rashida Jones.
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