Masturbation

Masturbation is one of the most fun things we humans can do! It feels great, teaches us about ourselves, relieves stress, doesn’t need any fancy equipment, doesn’t have any negative side effects, ends in a bang, adds positively to our overall health, and keeps us out of trouble. When we masturbate, we keep sexual tension under control. Don’t ever underestimate how sexual tension influences all of our decisions, big and small. Especially when choosing a partner, it is best to be able to choose one calmly, without dire need.

Just like you shouldn’t shop for food when you’re starving, so too you shouldn’t make relationship choices when you’re sexually starving, which won’t happen if you masturbate regularly.

When teens start touching themselves they discover a fantastic pleasure naturally inherent in their bodies.

If they are taught that it is healthy, normal self love and an excellent way to relieve sexual tension they will continue to masturbate regularly until that special someone comes along.

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It is not enough to ‘just say no”. Unchecked, sexual tension is one of the reasons teens make careless choices, ending up with responsibilities that they are ill-prepared to handle. Safe sex advice would be to make teens sexually self sufficient. Sexual satisfaction is a great way to avoid having sex with a partner, so there are less chances for unwanted pregnancies.

People who masturbate are less likely to express their sexual tension inappropriately. Our sexual appetite is an urge that cannot be denied. It can only be re-directed. Isn’t it better to redirect sexual tension into a beneficial activity rather than let its need take over?

Furthermore, with self love, they are less apt to spread disease or end up in any less than savory relationships.

With the sexual tension curbed, they can more clearly see if the choices before them are actually good for them because they’re not looking for intimacy from a sexually stressed foundation.

This very private activity is something that everyone can and should do. Those whose religious beliefs prevent them from having a partner should practice self love.

Even if they choose to never engage in intimate relations with a partner, that doesn’t mean that they should avoid taking care of this primal need. Deprivation and sexual starvation make people do crazy things.

Although it is not viewed as essential in our society, and often discussed as if it is a deviant behavior, it needs to be acknowledged within our societal consciousness as important and healthy so that every individual is encouraged to practice it and receive its benefits.

Who else could benefit from self love? The elderly, of course. So many senior citizens have no sexual partner, yet they have the equipment and knowledge to keep them selves healthy and viable.

Just because they are alone doesn’t mean they should starve to death. So too, just because they don’t have a sexual partner doesn’t mean they should go without for the rest of their lives.

People who rely on medications to keep themselves happy are missing one of the greatest forms of relaxation, which are produced by the endorphins released during orgasm.

Your body doesn’t care if that orgasm happened with a partner or on your own. The endorphins are produced, none the less, and their benefits are immediately felt by the organism on many different levels.

Self love is a heart healthy activity that keeps our circulation fine tuned, is good for our skin, our mental outlook, and our stress.

Whether we have a sexual partner or not, self help is always a viable option for sexual health. It is a private, necessary function that should not be ignored.



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