Well of course it has some risk attached. For that reason, you should not do or post anything which is first of all illegal or second, would offend the sensibility of most of your community. Now if is just pics/vids of you nude, maybe showing an erect penis, etc, so what if someone see you. If they get all huffy about how could you, he rejoinder is, "How did you come to see the picture?" Humma, Humma.View Thread
I'm a 66 year old male and have always enjoyed masturbation as often as possible without affecting work, school, or family. I intend to continue at the two or more a day as long as it remains physically possible. We should all endeavor to do that which feels good as much as we can, so long as it does not affect our ability to work, attend school, or the sanctity of our family.View Thread
Most (5 out of 7 which is not a good sample size) say no and I actually tend to agree. However, what your lead-in text says in a round-about way is you look forward to these sessions particularly hoping that the "therapist" touches your testicles and penis. And you made sure that one of the sessions caused an ejaculation by the towel merely rubbing against you - now that must have been a prolonged rub or you have hair-trigger trouble. Anyway, you obviously enjoyed it and it sounds like you would like to repeat the experience. So, is it cheating on your girl friend? Did you "promise" her to be faithful to her? If no then you've got no problem. If you did promise, then you aren't abiding by your promise and yes are cheating. Your move to answer your own question.View Thread
Many years ago when I was a pre-teen, when going to the city swim pools, we had to shower without suits before entering the pool (I guess to keep the water clean?) and after we got out (to get rid of the massive amounts of chlorine used in the pool water). No idea who most of the people were and there was about 10 or 15 shower heads in a single room. Not sure who the people were and didn't really care. So we got used to seeing all sizes and conditions of penis - small, large, hairy, and pre-hair. Not sure any guys shaved back then, in the mid- to late-1950s.View Thread
Well tido, if you are the age suspected and if you are (or were in high school) at all active in the Mormon community you already know that the Mormon/LDS guideline is that masturbation is not approved for single or married people. Of course birth control is not approved by the catholic church and lots of professed Catholics practice birth control (like my vasectomy), so why wouldn't we think that some Mormon's also do something that violates one of their guidelines also. Truth probably is they do. Does that mean it is OK? As HairyD said, that is a question only you can answer for yourself. I spent six years in a very Mormon community in Utah (1980s) and know that you can discuss this with your Bishop if needed but that will also blow your little secret so let your own conscience guide you.
Personally, I think masturbation is perfectly OK and can even be a nice part of a loving relationship between a husband and wife. So, if it makes you feel good and doesn't weird you out mentally as a violation of some religious edict then do it, then do it some more. Then do it again and enjoy.View Thread
I fully endorse masturbation whenever and for whatever reason. True, being married means generally you will have sex with your wife sometimes but maybe not for some reason. But even if you have sex with your wife at least once every day (not very likely), you should not feel bad about masturbating also. Include her or do it alone - it doesn't matter; although having her at least watch or even better help out by massaging your balls at the same time is particularly hot.
Masturbation is a part of our very being and all but the very rare guy does it so use it as part of your life. And enjoy every minute totally guilt-free.View Thread
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