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Am I masturbating too much and can it be bad for me?
Masturbation actually has health benefits
Bravery Truth!! Th biggest concern to many is that Masturbation effect on health. Many people feel vaguely ashamed of the act of masturbation. Just like sexual intercourse, masturbation is an act that is considered natural and, for a lot of men out there, essential to their lives. Masturbation is self-stimulating your genitals in a sexual way to the point of reaching an orgasm or a way of exploring your own sexual self and is a completely natural activity.
'Masturbation is good for health' and prevents cystitis, diabetes and cancer
By Daily Mail Reporter. Two academics have highlighted the health benefits of masturbation - and say it can help conditions such as cystitis. It is a subject that has provoked a host of myths, from causing blindness and insanity to the loss of vital organs. Now two academics are on a mission to set the record straight about masturbation - and highlight all the health benefits it can bring. Anthony Santella, a public health scientist at the University of Sydney and his colleague Spring Chenoa Cooper, a senior lecturer, say self-pleasuring can ward off a host of illnesses, from cystitis, diabetes to prostate cancer.
A group of former Nelson support workers has sparked official complaints and investigations after alleging they were ordered to help intellectually impaired people in their care to masturbate. The company which employed the six women, New Zealand Care, has denied the claims but confirmed it is investigating them. Five of the six women have resigned since May, largely because of disgust at the orders they said they were told they were contractually obliged to follow. The group, which is considering laying a complaint with the Health and Disability Commissioner, met the Nelson Mail and Nelson MP Nick Smith and outlined what it described as a push by NZ Care to effectively make the workers prostitutes.