I agree with everything you said. I note that lots of younger guys are getting into cam jacking. It's the same problem reconfigured. I've been asked to do it but don't want any part of it. It's un natural to me. Of course in person where we can touch each others penis is nice. I'm up for that. Overall the increasing numbers of males who will masturbate with and for another guy is healthy I think. Male sexuality is changing for the better. It's fun to lube a guy up and jack him off.View Thread
Masturbation is very healthy for men. The good news is more and more men are jacking off together and learning to share it. It's much more fun having a buddy jack you off and helping him as well. Men are finally opening up a bit and it's a healthy thing. like you say toys like the Aneros can be of great help as well.
I think one day wives will be much more tolerant of guys doing this when they understand our sexuality better. It's a guy thing , a bonding thing .View Thread
I'm with you. Whether or not guys know it there is a deeply held desire to bond with other guys. It's in our nature and documented back to the time of the Greeks if not longer. The best way is things like this learning to be nude in each others presence. Celebrating our masculinity and yes even stroking each others penis is acceptable and I think recommended. Mind you I did not endorse the trashy stuff you hear about today. Men love to be in each others company with our penis's free. Males desire this even if they've lived in denial long enough to think it's not there. Being naked with our penis out and hanging free is liberating. There is a great deal of difference between this and the trash pushed by the gay movement. Activities such as this relieve tension and strengthen bonds between men.View Thread
Yes I have thought of the idea of a jack off buddy. I don't think there's anything wrong with two guys jacking off together. It relieves stress and it's good for both guys. It's not something I would do with anybody but a good friend yes, definitely.View Thread
In my area there are no places available for massage. I wish there were. That being said, some massage parlors provide "happy endings" to the massage. I know that is the route I would go. Has the girl giving the massage ever noticed your erection?If not you might gracefully let her see it and see how she reacts. Without more info on the type of establishement you're patronizing I really don't know what else to tell you.
If none of the above works and you asked about masturbating it might get you thrown out. So proceed with care on this one. I can say I understand where you're coming from here. I once got a massage from a girlfriend I had just met and at that time I wanted to pull my penis out so bad it hurt but I didn't cause I didn't want to blow it. BTW later on I did get to pull it out and now you know there was a happy ending at least that time. LOLView Thread
No masturbating does not mean a lose of virginity.
I tried to envision rubbing my penis against the bed sheets etc. and my first thought was getting blistered before I got to the pleasure part. To me not the best way.
Society has placed lots of taboos on masturbation for some reason. That aside I suggest taking your penis and playing with it gently and when aroused stroke it slowly and gently. Remember the longer it takes to ejaculate the better and more intense your orgasm.
Masturbating is a normal and healthy thing for guys to do. It feels great and empties our prostate at the same time a win win. So get to stroking and enjoy it's really OK !View Thread
Hairy D I'm with you on almost everything except for one thing. There seems to be a bit of anti-masturbation bias lurking in your comments.
Marriage in the old days was as you described it. Now everyone can choose and more and more are choosing not to choose marriage. I'm among that particular demographic in the Boomer crowd whose marriage went sour and have not been fortunate enough to find a new mate. I'm not the least bit attrackted to the beefy look so common among boomers ! My faith teaches against masturbation and the like. I personally choose to masturbate because I don't know that sanity would be possible without it and I like the way it feels I always have (age 12) . People can't get married just because church and society think you should I like to think it takes Love and that is one thing I do not have. Is it lonely like that? Yes, but I haven't any choice in the matter.
Secondly the prostate gland benifits from regular ejaculation which is either done by masturbation or through sex.
I'd like to hear what your comments are regarding my own situation in light of the progression of this discussion so far.View Thread
Very well said Guthrie ! My penis feels wonderful to me I've never seen it uncut so I like the way it looks. If you've seen any of my other posts , everyone knows how much I enjoy masturbating, no problem there. The head of my penis is perfectly sensitive. In short my penis has provided me many years of wonderful pleasure in a variety of ways.
As Guthrie said , if you're an adult stay the way you are it's working isn't it? No need to change it at all.
Tido I firmly believe masturbation is OK for you and anyone else. I can tell you that I have been masturbating since age twelve and I enjoy it.
I also believe it's healthy for a man to masturbate because it empty's the prostate. If you feel the need to masturbate then by all means you should. Do not be ashamed to masturbate it's normal for Guys and Girls alike.
Let me asure you many men have taken matters into their own hands and loved every minute of it.
Obviously from the frame of your question you may feel there is a religious reson for not doing so and those are questions only you can sort out. Speaking for myself and all the men on here we encourage you to do so if you wish.View Thread
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