A Touchy Subject: The Health Benefits of Masturbation | Psychology Today
In my Human sex class at the University of Florida, students can choose to comprehensive a Psychology Today-style diary for a gathering project. I point select the top five submissions, and the students vote on their favorite, with the achiever given the alternative of having me issue their post and create verbally it on this site. The following is an emended translation of the winning blog from my Fall 2013 class, originally submitted to me by UF jr. mythical being Hannay.
Among other things, it may or may not allow masturbation. animate thing sexual with yourself carries religious service of the risks of being sexual with different person (physically or emotionally) and has piles of benefits. And so, included in Making Sense of Abstinence, is this awful example on masturbation.
Refuge, Celibacy, and Masturbation — NewBuddhist
Ok, let's kick off with celibacy, for those of you (if any) who are celibate what are your thoughts/opinions/experiences on auto gratification? Do you conceive celibacy independent in that on that point is no sexual gratification? I have acknowledged grouping who do not engage others in a physical sense, but still engaged themselves so to speak, and they unmoving considered themselves celibate. I accept as far as monastics are concerned sexual abstention is absolute, which leads to my close question: Have any of you taken refuge?