Self-marriage or sologamy is marriage by a person to oneself. It is known as a commitment that values self-love, and self-compassion. Supporters of the practice argue that it leads to a happier life. The idea of such a ceremony is also described in the book Quirkyalone: a manifesto for uncompromising romantics by Sasha Caden. It can also refer to a self-uniting marriage, that is a marriage without an officiant. Self-marriage is not the usual form of union between individuals, but a number of
Source: Sologamy – Wikipedia
Guided Masturbation Stories
by Estragon, circa 1995. A camp in which girls learn to rule and boys learn to like it.
After a year or two, the women introduced a slight refinement to the practice of having boys naked all the time. Boys in puberty were made to wear a simple black strap-and-belt, a little like an elastic posing-strap, except that the somewhat thickened lower end fitted under, not over, the scrotum, lifting it and pushing the testicles forward. The belt circled the stomach just below the rib-cage and the support-band descended from its back, coming down over our haunches. The straps were as slender as those of a woman’s bra. When we left the retreat on outings we had to dress, of course. We would wear this black truss under our clothes – very loose shorts and a white t-shirt were mandatory – and its outline was visible beneath our shirt. I can testify that a boy got from this contraption a strong impression of being in a state of constant offering.
The Onania Masturbator Forum
is a supportive, affirming community of people living with chronic addiction to masturbation. The focus is on our lives as addicted masturbators, and the pleasures / conflicts / impacts related to our compelling habit. If you (or a partner ) are addicted to masturbation, you are encouraged to join. Here are some samples of the discussions:
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In Onania Masturbator Forum we freely share our masturbatory fantasies and techniques, including extreme excessive practices used to intensify autoerotic gratification. We explore our conflicts about the costs of masturbation addiction on career, family, friends, and life goals. We process residual feelings of shame, guilt, and humiliation that for some attach to chronic masturbation.
Unlike other pro- or anti-masturbation groups, the Forum is value-neutral and non-judgmental. We make no assumption that masturbation addiction is inherently good or bad, or that chronic masturbators should seek to change their behavior. Each member is free to form and express his own opinions without fear of criticism or judgment. We offer understanding, encouragement, and validation — both to those still struggling with their compulsions and to those finally reconciled to permanent and incurable masturbation addiction.
Onania Masturbator Forum welcomes both male and female masturbators (and partners of masturbators), from gay to straight in sexual orientation. Though a large percentage of the members are male, ladies are encouraged to join and are treated with respect.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline
(You must be at least 21 years of age to participate in the Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline)
What is the Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline?
The Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline is a non-commercial community service by and for chronic masturbators like you. On the Hotline you can talk openly and confidentially (and sexually explicitly) with another person living with chronic masturbation addiction. We will share our feelings, pleasures and challenges of being addicted masturbators, giving each other mutual support and understanding. The line is open to masturbators of all genders and sexual orientations. There is no charge for the service. Continue reading
About the Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline
a free telephone service by and for chronic masturbators like you. Talk frankly and confidentially with other people living with chronic masturbation addiction; share the pleasures and challenges, enjoy mutual support and understanding.
The Hotline is usually open once a week, usually on Mondays during the day (Central US Time). Additional times may be announced. Check the Hotline Calendar for the scheduled times and current status for latest announcements. Continue reading