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Masturbation And The Bible. by Lambert Dolphin . Introduction Both the Old Testament and the New Testament of our Bibles are unequivocal in teaching that God created human sexual expression when He created everything else, and that His intention has always been for sexual expression to be confined to marriage–between one man and one …
Click a button to go to a popular page on this site: A Man’s Guide to Masturbation. Print this page as a brochure in PDF format. (If printing 2-sided, use the setting “flip on short edge” under Options.). What is masturbation?
Masturbation is the act of touching your own genitals for sexual stimulation and it is perfectly normal, and can be a healthy way to learn about your body.
A Woman’s Guide to Masturbation. What is masturbation? Masturbation is stimulation of the genitals for the purpose of advancing sexual arousal.
Chris, Thank you for your comment. First off, I want to point out that not once in this article did I state masturbation is a sin. I agree, there is no verse in Scripture that speaks of masturbation as a sin.
Female Masturbation & Ejaculation. No matter what you’ve heard, it’s a fact that females masturbate almost as much as men do. Though women don’t necessesarily feel the urgency to masturbate that men do, they definately experience periods of heightened sexual arousal, particularly during .
We feature both female masturbation (masterbation) and male masturbation stories here. A typical story will feature either teens, women, lesbians, men or teens masturbating and exploring themselves for the first time.
There are more similarities than differences between male and female masturbation. That’s because everyone masturbates differently and there’s no single “right” way to do it.
Compulsive masturbation and other compulsive behaviors can be signs of an emotional problem, which may need to be addressed by a mental health specialist. As with any “nervous habit”, it is more helpful to consider the causes of compulsive behavior, rather than try to repress masturbation.