|Tell me some more about masturbation
Apr 3, 2006
I turned 28 in february and got sexually active when i was 24 although i have been masturbating since i was 18.
I have been sexually inactive by choice for the past 9 month and still masturbate.
Its fun and i enjiy it and feel kinda bad therefater. My questions are:
1)Is masturbation a phycological problem.
2) Does masturbation reduce the size of the penis, cause stroke as one goes older or causes one to be sexually inactive.
3) Does size of the penis really matter?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You "enjiy" spanking your trouser-snake but feel kinda bad "therefater"!?!? Do I have that correct? I wonder why you are posing questions like this on an HIV/AIDS information Web site. Perhaps Dr. Ruth or the Sunday Night Sex Lady on TV wouldn't answer your question? Never mind. I'll briefly reply:
1. Masturbation is not a "phycological" problem. In fact, it's not a problem at all. It's normal. It's healthy. I, too, very much enjoy it and never ever feel bad afterward. In fact just the opposite!
2. Masturbation does not shrink tallywhackers, cause strokes or cause sexual inactivity. Again, I speak from personal experience.
3. Does the size of the penis really matter? Yes. Otherwise why would you be getting all those spam emails about ways to increase the size of your joystick?
So no worries about handling the family jewels, OK? However, I should mention being sexually inactive by choice for nine months can lead to:
1. Bad spelling
2. Asking inane questions on Web sites devoted to an entirely different topic
3. Voting Republican
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