Banging my bell

A masturbator said:

Hi Guys, Banging my bell means feeling the hot sensations peak and peak at my penis head, the “bell”. I have been listening to Richard and I need a marathon masturbate. I like my legs spread wide and have to have it hard and naughty. Ohhhhhhhh! Thats it! I am an addict and I love to say it because I have such a naughty naughty cock. I like being naked and humping my hips as I think of what to write. I am aching to have this horny pole make me feel like a naked girl on a horse again having no control over her hot sensations. My breathing is excited and I am panting, then I stop. I feel my angels of orgasm watching me. “Harder, Harder!” they demand! Such lovely perky breasts and high perfect behinds! They finger themselves. I adore their beauty with my savage rythm up and down my naughty cock. Stop! They demand!  Continue reading

Kellog’s Plain facts for old and young

Excerpts from John Harvey Kellogg, 1852-1943.. Plain facts for old and young : embracing the natural history and hygiene of organic life. Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library

Plain facts for old and young : embracing the natural history and hygiene of organic life.

From Chpt 9 SOLITARY VICE

If illicit commerce of the sexes is a heinous sin, self-pollution, or masturbation, is a crime doubly abominable. As a sin against nature, it has no parallel except in sodomy (see Gen. 19:5; Judges 19:22). It is the most dangerous of all sexual abuses because the most extensively practiced. The vice consists in an excitement of the genital organs produced otherwise than in the natural way. It is known by the terms, self-pollution, self-abuse, masturbation, onanism, manustupration, voluntary pollution, and solitary or secret vice. The vice is the more extensive because there are almost no bounds to its indulgence. Its frequent repetition fastens it upon the victim with a fascination almost irresistible! It may be begun in earliest infancy, and may continue through life. 

Even though no warning may have been given, the transgressor seems to know, instinctively, that he is committing a great wrong, for he carefully hides his practice from observation. In solitude he pollutes himself, and with his own hand blights all his prospects for both this world and the next. Even after being solemnly warned, he will often continue this worse than beastly practice, deliberately forfeiting his right to health and happiness for a moment’s mad sensuality.