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Author: tLakota Subject: Masturbation
tLakota
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posted on 05-02-2007 at 23:39 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Masturbation

I want to bring up another masturbation topic. After reading the last post, I thought I'd let you know a few anatomy facts.

Firstly, intercourse, the penetration of a vagina by a penis, is the only way to lose your virginity. Though I think rape victims in their various forms can reclaim their virginity in a moral sense, according to a standard college anatomy book, they biologically are not 'virgins'.

Second, anal sex is a curiosity many people like to indulge. And for good reason! It feels really good, in guys it actually massages the prostate. With the concentration of sexual nerves in that area, it makes sense that both men and women would like it. You can actually make guys have faster, stronger orgasms by gently stroking his bunghole (all the more reason to be reasonably clean before sex).

And lastly, masturbation is so normal that babies do it before they learn to crawl. Without it, there would be so much sexual tension that it would be a problem. Why feel guilt about something you'll have to do when you're married? You can't tell people that something is an absolute wrong and then expect to have a great married sex life doing that same thing. It turns out that women that masturbate and reach orgasm on a regular basis can more easily reach orgasm with their partner (married or not).

By the way, all the chemistry in the world won't help you reach orgasm if you don't feel comfortable with you're own sexuality. Stop feeding girls lies. As a virgin, a real bio-virgin, I'm chaste but I have an idea of what to do to ease my first time pain. I know how to be truly intimate without hopping to a sexual encounter. And best of all, my partner and I will both enjoy sex in a mentally and psychologically healthy way without having the 'good girl complex' and the sexual dysfunction.

I'm not afraid to say it. I'm a virgin, I masturbate, and I'm proud of my sexual prowess. Hopefully, there are more people like that out there.

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