I wish I had experienced a web dream. I started masturbating at young age so I never had enough build-up of semen. I, too, tried refraining from ejaculation for an extended period of time (over a month), but in my case, semen just got released along with urine. After that I just gave up.
I agree that it's not harming you physically but may be more psychologically and spiritually.
If your faith is important to you, I'd say you are putting yourself into temptation and setting yourself up to fall. I have friends from church that did the same (cuddling together behind closed door) and eventually they crossed the line and had sex because they couldn't contain themselves any more.
Sounds to me like this is causing you to doubt your belief too. IMHO, I'd say stop putting yourself into temptation and do other kinds of activities.View Thread
Having read this thread, I guess I'm a unique case. I'm uncut, and when I was younger, my foreskin covers my penis completely. However, my penis outgrew my foreskin after puberty, so much so that my penis now looks as though it had been cut! With that, I have the experience of both cut and uncut penis without actually going under the knife.
While I'm glad that my penis grew (still not big enough in my opinion), but I wish that my skin is long enough to cover the head. Over the time, my glans lost the sensitivity.
So in my opinion, uncut is better for sex (and masturbation too, no lube needed).View Thread
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