Self-Pleasuring Quiz: Separating Fact from Fiction
Self-pleasuring is arguably the favorite solo activity of most men, and it has male organ health benefits as well: self-stimulating the member helps keep the manhood in good working order. But how much about self-pleasuring does the average guy know? Why not take the following quiz and see.
- True or False. Guys who have partner sensual activity regularly are more likely to self-gratify than guys who don’t have partner sensual activity regularly.
True. Exactly why this is so isn’t clear, but it may be related to sensual activity producing more male hormone, which in turn increases the sensual drive.
- True or False. Some men never self-stimulate.
True – at least according to research. No legitimate survey has ever found that 100% of respondents admitted to self-gratifying. (And this may be to some extent due to confusion about what constitutes self-pleasuring or whether a question refers to self-stimulating regularly.) However, it is likely that almost all men self-gratify at some point in their lives.
- When is National Self-Pleasuring Month (in the U.S.)?
- May is designated as the month to celebrate the self sensually – but that shouldn’t stop a guy from indulging during the other eleven months!
- The current world record for longest self-pleasuring session is:
- 2 hours, 15 minutes
- 3 hours, 51 minutes
- 7 hours, 10 minutes
- 9 hours, 58 minutes
- 9 hours, 58 minutes. That self-gratify-a-thon record was set by Masanobu Sato of Japan in 2009 – breaking his own old record of 9 hours, 33 minutes. (No word on how many days his wrist needed to recover.)
Hugo Lopez of Argentina holds a different record, that of most seed releases in one 24-hour period. He set it in 2013 when he self-fondled to release 83 times in one day.
- True or False. Self-pleasuring is never mentioned in the Bible.
False. Or maybe True. Certainly the word self-pleasuring is never used, but there are several passages which some people interpret to refer to self-pleasuring. For example, Genesis tells of a man named Onan who “spills his seed.” Many believe that this specifically refers to self-pleasuring (and hence the origin of a synonym for self-pleasuring). However, many also believe instead that this refers to Onan withdrawing his member from the female organ before releasing male seed, in order to practice birth control.
- True or False. Some studies indicate that self-pleasuring may help reduce the chance of prostate cancer in men later in life.
True. This again has to do with the “use it or lose it” which applies to so many things. The more active the manhood is, the healthier the prostate, due to its role in creating seed via prostate fluid. The exercise keeps the prostate healthier, in other words.
- One estimate puts the average number of Americans self-stimulating at any given minute of the day at 797,151 people. This is more people than:
- Can fit into Yankee stadium for 10 games.
- Participated in the NYC Marathon in 2016.
- Live in the entire state of Alaska.
- All of the above.
- None of the above.
- All of the above. Pretty impressive for an activity most people hate to admit they enjoy.
This quiz just scratches the surface of self-pleasuring facts. Here’s another one: Self-pleasuring is even more enjoyable when the manhood is healthy, so using a first class male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) is encouraged. Since rough or overenthusiastic self-pleasuring may rub the member raw, a crème with a combination of moisturizers – such as the high-end emollient Shea butter and the natural hydrator vitamin E – can moisturize and soothe the damaged skin. That rough handling can also cause some de-sensitization in the manhood, so using a crème with a neuroprotective ingredient like acetyl L carnitine is also advised.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common member health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.