I understand we're not supposed to give medical advice on these threads because that's the responsibility of a qualified MD. I can however comment on some of your content here which seems to suggest you may be overdoing things a bit even at 25. Maybe slowing down and addressing the basics, hydration, exercise, rest and the diet you referred to, accompanied by the expert advice and consultation with a medical professional would be the best approach. It takes a full 24 hours for the body to replenish what one ejaculation expends.View Thread
I can't see ever masturbating a child of mine but I do think masturbation should be encouraged. Children should be taught that it's OK and masturbating with friends is fine. Boys and girls should have no hang -ups whatsoever about anything as natural as masturbation.View Thread
Nothing nicer than an erect penis. I think the art of male bonding is a lost art but guys are slowly rediscovering it if you read these posts. We shouldn't be afraid to show , share or play with our penis's .View Thread
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