They say onanism can cause insanity and blindness. It can, but only in ability reporters and others who get too worked up to think straight. The furnish reads: "Masturbation May change of magnitude Risk of prostate gland Cancer." But the headline misrepresents the study being reported -- and doesn't flush accurately summarize the content of the story.
Masturbation: Will the Controversy Never Cease? | Psychology Today
In a post last year, I summarized the sexological consensus on masturbation: Not everyone does it, but if you do, it’s hunky-dory at any age, smooth daily, even if you’re mirthfully coupled. Solo sex causes no physical damage, except possibly tenderness of sensitive reproductive organ flesh. He cited articles in two guiding sexological publications, the , that linked mastrubation to increased unhappiness, depression, erection difficulties, and risk of prostate cancer. (Use lube.) And unless it interferes with school, work, family, or partner sex, it causes no psychological harm. I analyzed the articles my professional referenced, and unconcealed that he'd made classic errors. And he chose to believe a study with broke methodology over one that was more rigorous.
Men Masturbate to Make Up the Difference—But Women Don't | Psychology Today
D recently posted a blog where he wrote about a study look at how onanism frequency relates to the rate of partnered unisexual activity (Masturbation and Marriage). Ley writes: “Two main theories have been promoted about the human relationship between masturbation and partnered sex. The complementary explanation proposes that people excite within a relationship in magnitude to enhance their partnered sex. So, masturbation might increase and improve the partnered sex.