Masturbation Support Hotline: Next Session Tuesday 24 April

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NEXT SESSION:
Tuesday 24 April. 10am-2pm central (1500-1900 GMT)


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.

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Masturbation Support Hotline – Closed Now

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The Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline is not open at this time. Check schedule for next session.

  • The Hotline is usually open once a week, usually on Mondays during the day (Central US Time). Additional times may be announced. Check the schedule below for the planned opening times.
  • If you want priority masturbator support during the next session, complete the Priority Masturbator Support Request form. Don’t block your caller ID, so I can recognize you in future calls. You can also leave a chat message on Skype.  

When the Hotline is closed, you may listen to the voices of other masturbators in The Wank Bank 


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Do Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Help Control Masturbation?

by Michael Ashworth, Ph.D.
June 13, 2007

In the early part of this century, John Harvey Kellogg gained a reputation both as a nutritionist and a sexual advisor. The foods that JHK created (including the now-famous corn flakes) were designed to promote health and decrease interest in sex.

Mr. Kellogg thought sex was the ultimate abomination and remained celibate even in marriage. Masturbation was the worst sin imaginable to him. He believed it led to leprosy, tuberculosis, heart disease, epilepsy, dimness of vision, insanity, idiocy, and death. He also preached that masturbation led to bashfulness in some people, unnatural boldness in others, a fondness for spicy foods, round shoulders, and acne. That’s quite a list!

As we all know now, there are most definitely foods that promote health, but none in particular that decrease interest in sex or masturbation. So, you can eat all the corn flakes you want, and have good, safe sex!

Do Kellogg’s Corn Flakes Help Control Masturbation? – Psych Central

Request Priority Masturbator Support

The Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline is a free non-commercial community service by and for chronic masturbators like you. On the Hotline you can talk confidentially and openly (and sexually-explicitly) about living with chronic masturbation addiction. In private, one-on-one conversations we share our feelings, pleasures and challenges of being addicted masturbators, giving each other mutual support and understanding. The service is free and open to masturbators of all genders and sexual orientations.

Request a Priority Masturbator Support Call

Note: If you block Caller ID (making your call anonymous), I won’t be able to recognize a priority support call. 

Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline calls are normally taken in random order, as they arrive. Often the line is busy and you have to call back repeatedly for support. But you may request to give your call priority and/or receive a call back. To request priority you may either

  • Call from your preferred number and leave a voicemail with your name (or alias) and phone number, requesting a call back
  • Fill out the form below

Note that if you block your caller ID I will have no way to recognize your priority when you call.  

 

The Onania Masturbator Registry

The Onania Masturbator Registry

To facilitate masturbator-to-masturbator contacts, we have implemented a contact registry inside the Onania Masturbator Forum.   If you would like to contact other masturbators, or invite them to contact you, please join the Forum and place your contact information in the Onania Masturbator Registry. You must be a member of the Forum to participate. 

(Note: the Onania Masturbator Registry replaces the former list of Masturbator Support Associates)

 

How Much Masturbation is Too Much?

How Much Masturbation is Too Much? – Psych Central

by Michael Ashworth, Ph.D.
June 13, 2007

Oh, the classic masturbation question — how much is too much? Do people who are in a relationship masturbate? Oops, Delilah’s getting carried away here and asking the questions instead of answering them…

More to the point: Individuals vary tremendously in how much they masturbate. Some folks wouldn’t dream of it, while others masturbate two or three times in their lives, and others two or three times a day. (And those aren’t the only options!) There are no deleterious effects of masturbation itself, and it shouldn’t matter whether you’re single or in a relationship.

On the other hand, since you’re worried about how your masturbation may be affecting your relationship with your partner, here are a few things to think about to help you decide if it’s a problem or not:

  • How is your health? Has it changed in any way since you increased your masturbation?
  • Are you satisfied with your life — career, relationship, friendships — or are you using masturbation as an escape from things that are bothering you?
  • Is your penis or clitoris sore or bruised?
  • Do you have any problem orgasming or ejaculating alone or with your partner?
  • Do you still have sex with your partner? Are you having an amount of sex that you’re both content with?

You see, it’s not about how often you masturbate but about how you’re living the rest of your life. As long as masturbation is a part of your life and not instead of your life, you’re fine. When masturbation becomes an escape from problems in your relationship, or it begins to affect your health, or turn into a substitute for real life experiences, then you should consider slowing down on your stroking and dealing with who and what’s around you.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about the Masturbation Addiction Support Hotline

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

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