Masturbation

Discussion in 'Men's Health Forum' started by kosp, Jun 11, 2019.

  1. LeoTC

    LeoTC Member

    Yeah, no.
     
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  2. movingiron88

    movingiron88 Member

    Yeah, no???

    No to they are all whores or to the dirty talk during sex? Please expand
     
  3. Pierced

    Pierced Member

    Wrong,the trick is to have money. Doesnt matter how good you fuck. A woman will always follow the money.
     
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  4. NorthMich

    NorthMich Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Unless the woman has money. Then it’s all about the fuck
     
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  5. Pierced

    Pierced Member

    Again this is wrong. All women are hypergamous. There always looking for the BBD. Bigger better deal. Women only want security and resources. If you believe otherwise your just fooling yourself.
     
  6. Tinytim

    Tinytim Member

    Treat a lady like a whore, a whore like a lady....
     
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  7. Tinytim

    Tinytim Member

    Not wrong at all. The lies they will tell. Your going to pay, one way or another.
     
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  8. master.on

    master.on Member

    Actually most women are NOT golddiggers
    although they want a man who strives to get some skills (get a degree, diploma or learn a trade) and puts it to good use.

    The problem is that most bodybuilders are lazy sloths who don't try hard enough.
     
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  9. Michael Scally MD

    Michael Scally MD Doctor of Medicine

    An Examination of the Sexual Double Standard Pertaining to Masturbation and the Impact of Assumed Motives

    Research reveals that masturbation is a highly stigmatized behavior for which people are harshly judged. Stigmatized sexual behaviors often result in discrepancies in social judgment such as the Sexual Double Standard (SDS; the tendency to judge women’s sexual behavior more harshly than men’s). However, no research has experimentally examined the SDS with respect to masturbation or the assumed motives influencing the potential SDS.

    Thus, in study one, a total of 496 U.S. adults (246 women, 250 men) were required to read one of four vignettes depicting a hypothetical man or woman engaged in masturbation. After reading the vignette, the endorsement of the SDS was assessed by asking participants to rate the perceived partner quality of the hypothetical masturbator.

    In study two, a total of 264 U.S. adults (115 women, 149 men) were again required to read vignettes, rate the target’s perceived partner quality, and report on the assumed pleasure and intimacy-focused motives of the target. The results of both studies revealed a reverse SDS, in which women were viewed as higher quality partners than men.

    Study two further demonstrated that women were assumed to have masturbated for both pleasure and intimacy-focused motives to a greater extent than men and that these motives helped to explain the reverse SDS.

    Overall, these findings highlight the need to equalize double standards in Western cultures to reduce potentially harmful effects on sexual health.

    Haus KR, Thompson AE. An Examination of the Sexual Double Standard Pertaining to Masturbation and the Impact of Assumed Motives. Sexuality & Culture 2019. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12119-019-09666-8