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If you are satire-impaired, irony-challenged, experiencing reduced or dysfunctional sense of humor, or otherwise have difficulty distinguishing satire from reality, you are advised to read no further. If you are seeking factual and balanced information on masturbation, please see Masturbation – Wikipedia instead.

WARNING:

Onania . Org/asm contains satire, humorous exaggerations, fictional claims, and intentional misrepresentations of facts about the subject of masturbation for the purpose of producing amusement in sophisticated adult readers.

While reading Onania . Org/asm naive and clueless males  may experience confusion, feelings of guilt and shame, embarrassment, diminished self esteem, abstinence, and temporary or permanent loss of sexual gratification.

ONANIA . ORG/ASM IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES DUE TO PERSONAL  FRUSTRATION, LOSS OF SEXUAL GRATIFICATION, ALIENATION OF THE GENITAL ORGANS OR LOST MASTURBATORY OPPORTUNITIES ARISING FROM READER MISINTERPRETATIONS.

Are you addicted to masturbation?

Are you addicted to masturbation? Or suspect you may be? Are you spending more and more time masturbating? Do you think about masturbating, even when you are not doing it? Have you tried stopping or cutting back, but just can’t seem to give it up? Does the thought that you may be losing control excite you to masturbate even more?

If you have discovered this website, then you may already be addicted to masturbation, perhaps incurably so. If that possibility disturbs you, then you may be “in denial” about your addiction. The first step in coming to terms with masturbation addiction is the forthright and honest admission of your condition. 

Are you addicted? These tests and articles may help you find out.

Audio programs to help you identify and come to terms with your masturbation addiction

Onania . Org/asm offers  podcasturbations (audio recordings) may help you determine whether you are addicted, and admit to yourself your compelling need for masturbatory gratification.

 

Are you addicted to masturbation?

Are you addicted to masturbation? Or suspect you may be? Are you spending more and more time masturbating? Do you think about masturbating, even when you are not doing it? Have you tried stopping or cutting back, but just can’t seem to give it up? Does the thought that you may be losing control excite you to masturbate even more?

If you have discovered this website, then you may already be addicted to masturbation, perhaps incurably so. If that possibility disturbs you, then you may be “in denial” about your addiction. The first step in coming to terms with masturbation addiction is the forthright and honest admission of your condition. 

Are you addicted? These tests and articles may help you find out.

Audio programs to help you identify and come to terms with your masturbation addiction

Onania . Org/asm offers  podcasturbations (audio recordings) may help you determine whether you are addicted, and admit to yourself your compelling need for masturbatory gratification.

 

How to Address the Masturbating Child – Nicholas Day – The Atlantic

The specter of masturbation had long haunted the authorities. For centuries, it had been linked to mental illness at worst and a sort of general dissipation at best. (It was draining, you see.) In 1760, the Swiss physician Samuel Auguste Tissot wrote the founding text of masturbation anxiety, the sky-is-falling opus L’Onanisme, in which self-stimulation leads inexorably to physical decrepitude. (This is scarcely an exaggeration.)

But at the turn of the twentieth century, this anxiety is expressed not in the faux-medical language of Tissot and his followers but in the new scientific language of child-rearing. Imagine opening up your modern parenting book by Harvey Karp or your T. Berry Brazelton and reading that your baby touching himself, however idly, threatened his entire future.

via How to Address the Masturbating Child – Nicholas Day – The Atlantic.

Warning for the Satire-Impaired

Onania . Org/asm is for the exclusive use of non-satire-impaired persons over 21 years of age.

If you are satire-impaired, irony-challenged, experiencing reduced or dysfunctional sense of humor, or otherwise have difficulty distinguishing satire from reality, you are advised to read no further. If you are seeking factual and balanced information on masturbation, please see Masturbation – Wikipedia instead.

WARNING:

Onania . Org/asm contains satire, humorous exaggerations, fictional claims, and intentional misrepresentations of facts about the subject of masturbation for the purpose of producing amusement in sophisticated adult readers.

While reading Onania . Org/asm naive and clueless males  may experience confusion, feelings of guilt and shame, embarrassment, diminished self esteem, abstinence, and temporary or permanent loss of sexual gratification.

ONANIA . ORG/ASM IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES DUE TO PERSONAL  FRUSTRATION, LOSS OF SEXUAL GRATIFICATION, ALIENATION OF THE GENITAL ORGANS OR LOST MASTURBATORY OPPORTUNITIES ARISING FROM READER MISINTERPRETATIONS.

The masturbation Muse thread

An ongoing story in Onania Masturbator Forum

Sara is seated on a tall stool towering above you vivaciously. She wears black stiletto shoes with 6″ spiked high heels and shiny nylon stockings held in place by elasticised garters suspended to a tightly laced waist clinching corset. Her breasts are fully exposed and her nipples are erect. She wears no knickers and her legs are spread wide apart exposing to your view her heavenly pubic mound surmounted by luxuriant well-groomed silken hair.

You are on your knees between her legs. Her pussy is close enough to fuck but your penis is constrained in the chastity device beginning to stiffen and strain against the confines of the cage. You have begun your odyssey of devotion to Sara. Sara instructs you to worship her shoes. Taking a deep breath you begin your homage to your Muse. Tentatively at first with hands trembling you hold her leather encased foot planting butterfly kisses on the gleaming toe of the shoe before sucking it into your mouth. A pungent smell of patent leather fills your nostrils. Slowly you lick along both sides of the shoe, the instep and then lave the soles completely until they are spotlessly clean. You kiss and lick the tip of the heel before taking it into your mouth as if was Sara’s erect clitoris.

Your penis is now in full erection but securely restrained within its chastity confines. Sara knows that you will now respond to her every command, enduring any frustration and discomfort in order to please her. Your only desire and sole purpose in life has become to satisfy her every whim. Nothing else is of a scintilla of importance. A well-manicured scarlet lacquered index finger points to her nylon covered calf. You respond immediately to her direction gently kissing and licking the anointed spot. The scarlet nailed finger moves higher. Excitement surges through you as Sara points to the spot behind her knee where the nylon gathers in glistening folds and the cleft between her calf and thigh resemble her outer labia. Again you worship kissing, licking and savouring this moment to be treasured. The finger moves yet higher pointing to a spot on her thigh where you can almost begin to smell the aroma she simmers in her fragrant cunt. Lick salivate and worship. Relentlessly, the finger travels upwards until it traces itself along the line of the embroidery top of the stocking and her creamy white naked thigh.

Chronic Masturbation or Over Masturbation?

Chronic Masturbation

First of all, the majority of masturbation is healthy and positive. “Over masturbation” or chronic masturbation is rare and means different things to different men.

Scientist decided to do some research with some extra hands and with a few extra dollars in their research budgets. They wanted to look into the subject of the effects masturbation and over masturbation had on our bodies.

So what’s the result? Continue reading

Compulsive Masturbation | Porn Addiction Behaviors

Compulsive masturbation itself this can take place in differing forms. For example, there are women who masturbate daily as a part of their “morning or evening routine.” Jennifer, in treatment for her problems with both sex addiction and early trauma, has the following to say about her experiences:

Looking back now I can see that before I started working on this I had huge denial about how compulsive and driven an experience masturbation was in my life. Because the behavior itself was so built into my routines and I saw it like washing my hands or brushing my teeth I never thought of it as something that could interfere with my attempts at sexual relationships or self-esteem as a woman. My association with masturbation was simple. Every morning when I showered I masturbated to fantasy and every night before I went to sleep I masturbated to porn to help me relax. I never questioned it and at 37 years old I had a 22-year history of this behavior before I got into treatment and was asked the question by my therapist, “How often do you masturbate and why do you choose to masturbate when you do?” Choose? I never chose. Masturbation is just what I did.

via Compulsive Masturbation | Porn Addiction Behaviors.

BBC NEWS: Does sex addiction exist?

Some pros and cons about whether sex can be an addiction

It’s a very serious addiction, says Paula Hall, who runs a group therapy course for “sex addicts” in Warwickshire, and it’s believed about one in 20 people suffer from it.

Although not a chemical addiction like alcohol or heroin, it’s a “process addiction” like gambling, she says, with a biochemical element linked to the release of dopamine in the brain.

“It’s a compulsive need to seek out and follow a certain type of sexual behaviour. That behaviour varies but it’s basically an anaesthetising behaviour, something you are doing in order to avoid dealing with something else.

“It’s a coping mechanism and it’s totally and entirely out of control. You are continuing to pursue it in spite of the consequences, like losing your job, your status, your wife and your health.”

Addicts are usually men and they are of any age, she says, and from any background. The behaviour ranges from viewing online porn for a few hours a day, which is usually a starting point and then escalates, to visiting prostitutes at every opportunity.

“It’s a way of escaping from low self-esteem, feelings of anger and insecurity. It’s not really about sex. It’s driven by shame.

“You feel about yourself and one way to stop feeling bad about yourself is to do something nice, but afterwards you feel even worse about yourself.”

But others say    Continue reading

Measuring Porn’s Effects- What About the Users?

Compulsive masturbation sounds like fun, but trust me it’s not. As with any addiction, too much intense stimulation dysregulates dopamine. Results include becoming desensitized to life’s subtler pleasures, such as the charms of normal partners, and, at the same time, becoming extremely hypersensitive to any cues the brain has rewired itself to associate with “relief.” The user’s brain constantly scans the environment for any sign of sexual stimuli that would facilitate, in this case, masturbation to orgasm. Tolerance builds, making the pursuit of more stimulating materials mandatory to relieve the misery of withdrawal.

This combination of effects can make the world look gray. It is quite normal for men caught in this cycle to feel social anxiety around others, depression, despair, apathy, and so forth. Until they “reboot” their brains, life seems meaningless, but for the single-minded pursuit of hotter stimuli. Ironically, porn does not even ease sexual frustration, except in the very short-term…sometimes. It’s not uncommon for users to binge with orgasm after orgasm because they simply cannot scratch their itch successfully. (Intense highs cause intense lows, and a desire for more.)

Often users don’t realize they are hooked or what they’re passing up until they unhook from frequent porn use and give their brains a chance to return to equilibrium. The lengthy withdrawal required to achieve this can be so agonizing (shakes, insomnia, despair, cravings) that many feel trapped.

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