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Support for People Living with Chronic Masturbation Addiction
OnaniaSupport 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. Unlike other pro- or anti-masturbation groups, OnaniaSupport is value-neutral and non-judgmental. It makes 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.
In OnaniaSupport 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. 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.
The group is primarily male in gender, from gay to straight in sexual orientation. Female chronic masturbators and partners of chronic masturbators are also welcome.
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While the first year went by with me masturbating perhaps once or twice a week by rubbing my clit with my teddy bear’s nose (because I have been doing it that way since I first learned to masturbate when I was 8 and have never learned how to use my fingers) while watching porn, it got worse after that. I started to become more dependent on climaxing to feel better, to the point where I would do it up to once a day, sometimes more than once a day, sometimes up to 6-8 times a day. Sometimes I wouldn’t even be in the mood but I’d do it anyway just to relax myself.
via I Can’t Stop Stimulating My Clitoris | Betty Dodson with Carlin Ross.
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INVESTING IN YOUR SEX LIFE: To suggest how couples can explore sex play over the longer-term by understanding how men and women’s sexual responses DIFFER and by investing PROACTIVELY in their intimate time together.
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via Ways Women Orgasm.
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Friday, 16 October 2009
Very few women can talk confidently about sexual arousal
When I could find no answers from talking to experts, I decided to embark on research of my own and talk to women I came across in everyday life.
I did this by writing down some of my experiences and conclusions and then asking women whether they would be willing to read what I had written. I made it clear that there was no obligation for my reviewers to comment.
Perhaps the first point to remark on is just how difficult it is to decide who one can ask to comment (or not) on one’s own personal experiences. I found that there were in fact very few women who I would be brave enough even to ask.
It is much more widely accepted that men are rarely offended by any sexual references. It is much less certain that a woman will not be offended. Even making an approach on such a taboo subject can easily come across as at least odd, if not perverted.
I only approached women who I thought might have a sense of humour about sex. So even if they were not interested they wouldn’t be mortally offended. Even having selected women in this way, the fact is that very few were prepared to comment.
Silence is difficult to interpret. Were they shocked, angry or embarrassed? I’ll never know.
“Many women find it very difficult to talk about sex with their male partners. More than a quarter of the women with whom I have discussed the subject say that they never talk to their partners about things they might do to improve lovemaking.” (p117 Woman’s Experience of Sex 1983)
via Jane Thomas.
The problem has persisted with the women I have been with since and I am finding while sex feels great, self stimulation is the only way to reach climax. While they all have said I was a good lover, not getting off during sex is a big drawback. Making them feel unattractive or hurting their self esteem.
via Self Stimulation is the Only Way I Can Ejaculate | Betty Dodson with Carlin Ross.