It doesn't suggest detailed examination, and is appropriate for aural impulses but not visual ones, in my view. But that form has nothing to do with the verb employed, one might equally say She prepared her Sunday School talk to Tchaikovsky's Fifth Tiny teen leagal models. If we want to express that someone pleases himself or herself picturing something or someone in his or her head as an object of stimulation, would masturbate be the correct preposition? There are hundreds of examples of 'to' for something can accompaniment, esp.
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How about a nice blowjob?
masturbate TO somebody/something
Here's one from the pretty respectable New York Magazine: Christensen CMNavazesh M. For healthy men, masturbating in excessmay impact sperm count.
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But no, women do masturbate —and according to one survey by TENGA nearly a third of women prefer it to sex. I think "to" is used is some other sentences but I have no examples. Most of what we see in films, music and television unfortunately shows women's sexuality only in the service of others.