Guys, there's no shame in getting busy with yourself. That's because regular masturbation isn't just enjoyable — it's also good for you. Here are five incredible health benefits to masturbation — and why you should take matters into your own hands right now.
How do you do it?
You learn a few things spending a week talking to people about the first time they masturbated; straight guys remember it well. Who could forget that first eruption and the sticky cleanup situation it left them in? Whether they spoke to their friends about rubbing one out or not, they were all continually reminded of it. The first boner, masturbation session, and the messy cleanup of young men are welcome comedy tropes. Even if you wanted to wipe the moment from your mind, Jason Bigg's face from American Pie wouldn't let you. But for some of us, the event is often less defined. Most of the women interviewed for this piece couldn't point to an exact event.
How does masturbation work?
Masturbation is a fun, natural, and safe way to learn about your body, practice self-love, and get a better sense of what turns you on between the sheets. Read on to find out why people think masturbation affects sexual performance and how you and your partner! Some people believe masturbating before partner sex gets the buildup out of the way, essentially releasing any pent up sexual tension that could make you climax quickly. Others may experience a shift in hormone levels that slows down their sex drive, as well as the time it takes to orgasm. Everyone experiences a refractory period — or recovery phase — after climax.
Looks like this post is no longer available from its original source. It might've been taken down or had its privacy settings changed. This is the pose that our hero has lain in for about 2, years, after being killed by an eruption - of Mount Vesuvius, that is He was an inhabitant of Pompeii — the ancient Roman city that was destroyed by a volcanic explosion in 79 AD. Of the 1, bodies recovered by archaeologists at Pompeii, were killed by falling pumice and the debris of collapsing buildings. The remaining victims were killed by a pyroclastic surge — a column of superheated gas and ash released from a volcano, which travels at hundreds of miles per hour. The gas and ash may have caused asphyxiation.