I am into Extreme Masturbation Edging, Cum Denial and gooning. I have edged for many hours daily for a couple weeks without cumming and am enjoying it immensely. Any other male members enjoy this as well?View Thread
Many boys at age 15 masturbate even more than 3 times a day. This is not uncommon and you should do whatever makes you feel satisfied. Eat well and take vitamins and sexual health supplements and there is no limit on how much activity you can do. Enjoy!View Thread
Young men find this more difficult than older men because the penis is more sensitive but this technique can be accomplished with practice. You will last longer and longer and will become more skillful at stopping in time. Keep remembering how rewarding this experience is for you. Good luck!View Thread
Ye I've masturbated in the car many times while taking long trips in rural areas. I'm not at ease with doing this in urban areas. Yes I think all men have bee caught masturbating one time or another. This is common.View Thread
Penis will not go limp if you do not delay starting again as long. Try to start again immediately after sensation for climax subsides. If you haven't waited long enough you will know and can stop again immediately. Do more experimentation.View Thread
I wear a swimmer/jogger jock all day and all night. It's comfortable and is good for my 1 mile brisk walk in the state park each morning. Wouldn't trade for briefs, boxers,suspensory or anything else and I've tried them all.View Thread
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