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|Mastubation, Any Effects? by gideonel(m): 12:34pm On Apr 27, 2006|
are there any effects attached with mastubation in male?
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by pascal(m): 11:10pm On Apr 27, 2006|
i do not think we have published side effect on this subject matter but i do not think that it is a nice habit to get involved in this activity.
If this habit is formed it be difficult for the person in question to appreciate the good intention of GOD for the togetherness of man and woman.
But in all honesty i think you need to see you Doctor for good medical service
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by hot-angel(f): 11:14pm On Apr 27, 2006|
The only Side effect attached with self-service is that you can get addicted! Now don't get addicted to it because when u do, u'll actually prefer it to sex, and you know your girl won't be happy that way.
self-service is not evil, dirty or harmful - it will not make you go blind, drive you insane, turn you in to a pervert, stunt your growth, give you an STD, make you sterile or get you pregnant. You are normal if you self-service, and normal if u don't. It is one of the few things in life that is "normal if you do and normal if you don't".
The only real problems that come with self-service are psychological and are the result of unhealthy or weary attitudes toward doing it (if you do it but are ashamed) or abnormal practices, , for example, public self-service!.
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by SIBLI_06(m): 11:09am On Apr 28, 2006|
Nice post hot-angel, I concur
another area that you might not of considered is, if you masterbate you don't want to spend hours before you climax! right or wrong? Why make yourself work too hard!!
If your body gets used to climaxing with minimal stimulation you could end up being a 20 second man. Your wife will not be too happy!
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Reverend(m): 11:47am On Apr 28, 2006|
self-service is an enjoyable and very healthy
The keyword is 'moderation'
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by gem87(f): 4:43pm On Apr 30, 2006|
wow, reverend, i really reverence u! lol
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Efani(m): 4:18am On Aug 13, 2006|
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Bobbyaf(m): 9:23pm On Aug 16, 2006|
Masterbation especially in the context of being a christian, is nothing more than self abuse, and hence it is not healthy, both spiritually and mentally. It is classified as apart of intimate immorality.
Let me explain. Masterbation cannot be accomplished without the mind playing a critical role. A person cannot just up and masterbate until his or her mind is centered sexually. Either the mind is getting a flashback from some pornographic material viewed before in the past, which then acts as a stimulant, or some time during the day a person was earlier stimulated by the sight about something of the opposite sex. Jesus once said that if a man looks at a woman with intimate intent he commits adultery. Masterbation involves a mental recap of an experience that will actually stimulate the expulsion of Fluid. This is where the lust comes into the picture, where the person doing the act starts to imagine himself or herself doing it with someone else.
No matter what the cause of stimulation it can never be seen as healthy or moral. The person who performs the act comes under spiritual depression as a christian, because of the accompanying deep-seated guilt.
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Reverend(m): 6:56pm On Aug 17, 2006|
Lust is a cool and Hot sensation!
Lets hear it for lust
Many times I find myself in
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Todd Terry: 8:12pm On Aug 17, 2006|
it is the devil talking to you. you must stop or the devil will blind you my son. go find yourself a woman ASAP!
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by retro(f): 4:30pm On Aug 20, 2006|
Why in the world can't you spell self-service? Also, it's NOT a typo since you spelt it wrong numerous times.
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Hugoboi(m): 4:44pm On Aug 20, 2006|
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by desiree(f): 5:10pm On Aug 20, 2006|
Guilt and the dirty feeling you get atferwards.
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by smilingjee: 1:28pm On Sep 23, 2006|
Marriages and relatinships have been broken or marred as a result of this act. Most partners when addicted feel comfortable doing it than with their mate.
Along with it comes guilt and low esteem which is more like an emotional trauma most especially in extreme cases.
Biblically, it's a sin since it is preceded and helraded with Lust. Colossians 3:5 states "Put to death, therefore, whatever belongs to your earthly nature: intimate immorality, impurity, lust, evil desires and greed, which is idolatry." Here LUST which helrad self-service is condemned. There can never be self-service without lust hence it biblically wrong.
self-service plays a part in your struggle with lust. If it does, then they should consider changing their habits in order to help defeat the temptation of lust.
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by drrionelli(m): 10:21pm On Sep 24, 2006|
It has been shown that men who self-service with some degree of frequency have a lower incidence of prostate cancers later in life.
Now, please let me say that I respect all views regarding faith. I will never speak ill of anyone's following a church or deity of his/her own choice.
But, let's recap: self-service was never meant to supplant sex with another individual. It augments release of intimate tension. It does not transmit disease. It does not cause unwanted, unplanned or any type of pregnancies at all. Thus, it is safe. It's a solo act, so there are no feelings to be considered, other than those of the participant.
So, I reiterate: If self-service makes you uncomfortable, either physically, emotionally, spiritually or whatever, just don't do it. For the rest of us, however, we will continue to enjoy ourselves and not hurt anyone else in the process. Also, we won't feel guilty, dirty ashamed or bad.
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by smilingjee: 10:33am On Sep 25, 2006|
drrionelli let me ask u this: As safe as self-service is, how many of u will be confident enough to pratice it in the public?
That in itself makes it a social ill.
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by drrionelli(m): 5:25pm On Sep 25, 2006|
Thank you for your input, but allow me to ask you this--If monogamous, protected sex with your long-time spouse is safe, how many will be willing to engage in it in public?
In other words, my friend, just because something is safe does not suggest that it should be done in public. After all, defecation is safe and quite natural, but who wants to do that in public, either?!?
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by smilingjee: 5:53pm On Sep 25, 2006|
I think i'll have to be a bit blunt here. I have seen people defecate publicly in rural areas and that's quite understandable (lack of toilets) but u could get arrested for public self-service.
Although, like u've vividly pointed out, self-service is a normal, harmless intimate activity. however, it may become a symptom of illness if an older child or adult self services in public or self services compulsively. Although there is no simple rule about how much self-service is too much, it is generally considered to be compulsive if self-service:
Is performed excessively
Becomes time consuming
Interferes with a person's daily routine, work or social functioning
Continues despite no longer being pleasurable or gratifying
Places the individual at risk of physical harm, or has legal or personal consequences
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by drrionelli(m): 9:18pm On Sep 25, 2006|
smilingjee, you have made a very important observation.
The key word is COMPUSIVELY.
Truly, sir, ANY behaviour which is carried out compulsively, has the potential for harm, be it personal, professional, societal or even cultural. To be sure, neither I nor any rationally thinking individual would encourage mass acceptance of activities that are harmful. Let's be honest, drinking clean water is good for the body. But drinking twenty-five litres a day is not such a good thing! That's compulsive. Obesity, for example, is not a good thing. But neither is anorexia nervosa, a compulsive loss of weight.
Your points in this issue are well-taken, my friend, and I certainly respect them. (By the way, I, too, have seen people relieve their bowels and/or bladders in public places. It is against the law where I live, much as is public self-service, and the aforementioned safe, protected sex, even with a long-time monogamous partner!!)
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by smilingjee: 1:08pm On Sep 26, 2006|
Points well made!
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Rhodalyn(f): 3:18pm On Nov 02, 2006|
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by esoneek(m): 2:21pm On Nov 03, 2006|
self-service is not good cos many guys have lost thier virginity to it!!!thats the No.1 side effect
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Reverend(m): 9:18am On Nov 04, 2006|
Then you will have to marry your hand
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by tellmemore(m): 4:04pm On Nov 07, 2006|
The side effect is you kill the art of boy chase girl or vice versa. There are too many chics to be playing around with your hand. Besides there's no way the hand can replace beautiful, gorgeous, coke cola bottle shaped, well endowed, created on the 7th day African Queens.
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Ynot(m): 8:55pm On Nov 13, 2006|
Jesus once said that if a man looks at a woman with intimate intent he commits adultery. Masterbation involves a mental recap of an experience that will actually stimulate the expulsion of Fluid. This is where the lust comes into the picture, where the person doing the act starts to imagine himself or herself doing it with someone else.
There are so many things wrong with the above. Assuming you are on a trip; away from your wife. Is it considered lust/adultery if you think about your wife, look at her picture or watch a home-made movie of you two doing it while you mastubate?
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by akamakusi: 6:16pm On Nov 15, 2006|
self-service is a very bad practice,it tells u dat u are not a real man, Once u are addicted to it u become a 2 seconds man.So why do it?
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Reverend(m): 10:03pm On Nov 15, 2006|
Another who has signed up for a new account to post utter rubbish. I think that you are probably a 1 second man already!
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by Slycks(m): 8:53pm On Dec 26, 2006|
I like Being Intimate and self-servicing , It makes you feel like you in paradise when the Approaching is coming,oh yea , jack it hard ,
But am trying to quit self-service,shouldnt/should I ?
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by kingzy(m): 12:11pm On Dec 27, 2006|
self-service has side effect of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Beware!
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by toshmann(m): 12:53pm On Jan 16, 2007|
self-service. . . . . . difficult to comment. faith seems to be against it. but . . . .but. . . . . what if a man is living far away from his wife. . .what would you ladies prefer / that he self services or that he follows another woman?
what of the young guys who have had it rough with women, or they cant get a girlfriend, and they don't want to patronise prostitutes, what do they do? allow themselves to be congysized? is self-service not better than visiting brothels
even for faith based arguments, is self-service not better than fornication?
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by cornel2p1(m): 2:36pm On Jan 19, 2007|
nice to meet you all please can you tell the person that posted that trach to tell me the meaning of a second man
|Re: Mastubation, Any Effects? by domwas2(m): 10:34pm On Jan 31, 2007|
hi I'm a male I'm 17 and i just wanted to ask some questions.
You have an average size joystick and that is enough to geve a girl what she needs. She will have a lot of pleasure from your joystick.[/color][color=#990000][/color]
[color=#990000]Health and psychological effects
It is held in many mental health circles that self-service can relieve depression, stress and lead to a higher sense of self-worth (Hurlbert & Whittaker, 1991). self-service can also be particularly useful in relationships where one partner wants more sex than the other — in which case self-service provides a balancing effect and thus a more harmonious relationship.
On July 16, 2003, an Australian research team led by Graham Giles of The Cancer Council Australia published a medical study  which concluded that frequent self-service by males may help prevent the development of prostate cancer. The study also indicated that this would be more helpful than expulsion through intimate intercourse because intercourse can transmit diseases that may increase the risk of cancer instead.
self-service is also seen as a intimate technique that protects individuals from the risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS. Support for such a view, and for making it part of the American sex education curriculum led to the dismissal of US Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders during the Clinton administration.
Some people actually consider self-service as a cardiovascular workout. And while doctors have no proof of this actually being true, those suffering from cardiovascular disorders (particularly those recovering from myocardial infarction, or heart attacks) should resume physical activity (including intimate intercourse and self-service) gradually and with the frequency and rigor in which their physical status will allow. Some doctors will advise those recovering from heart attacks to resume intimate activity (solitary or with a partner) when one is able to climb two flights of stairs without experiencing shortness of breath or chest pain
self-servicing frequently presents no physical, mental or emotional risk in itself, but it can be that self-service is being used to relieve either boredom or stress. In either case, as with any "nervous habit", it is more helpful to consider the causes of the boredom or of the stress, rather than try to repress the self-service itself.
There is some discussion between professionals and other interested parties as to the existence or validity of intimate addictions. Nonetheless there are lists of warning signs such as when intimate activity is reducing a person's ability to function in every day life, or is placing them at risk, for example, of pursuing illegal or destructive activities. Very frequent and compulsive self-service may be seen as one of the signs of a intimate addiction.
Robert Weiss and Leslie Fisher wrote, "The most frequent consequence of compulsive self-service is a life devoid of intimacy, removed from feeling and filled with hidden shame."
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