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How I take stop masturbation for one year

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One day, not far from now, we'll tell future generations about all the porn that used to be on the internet, and how it had to be got rid of because it turned everybody into feeblemined wankers

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https://www.bbc.com/pidgin/world-43911227

Dis tori na for adults

My record na 13 months witout masturbation. E no always easy to do but honestly, my life don beta.

E dey surprise me di good tin wey don do me as I no dey masturbate. I stop for weeks, sometimes months, many times wen I dey twenty years dem. And no be only me. Million pipo (mostly but no be only men) for di world dey join "NoFap" - wey be waka wey dey ginger pipo to stop porn and masturbation.

I first start to tink about wetin porn dey do me wen I dey like 19 years. Like my age mate dem, I grow up to dey look porn any time I like. I remember wen I look for "lingerie" for internet wen I dey 14 years, e come show me more naked picture dem.

By di time I reach late teen age, e don reach wia I go dey alone for my room and small time I go dey look porn. I come begin worry say I no fit do witout am. I feel like one loser wey no fit meet girls for real life but get to masturbate alone for internet.

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I can believe that porn isn't good for you but NoFap and NoSex combined could give you shrivelled balls, lower testosterone and prostate cancer.

Make a few memories worth having while you can, you younger men, and you won't need to look at porn to get off....

Edited by swiss_democracy_for_all

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3 minutes ago, swiss_democracy_for_all said:

I can believe that porn isn't good for you but NoFap and NoSex combined could give you shrivelled balls, lower testosterone and prostate cancer.

Make a few memories worth having while you can, you younger men, and you won't need to look at porn to get off....

Yeah there's a chance that getting too far into that 'life' could lead to some sort of guilt about masturbating, and then you just end up going for weeks or months without ejaculating.

I'd imagine that there's a certain amount of 'use it or lose it'; it must not be natural for a bloke to go for that long without a release.

Having said that, I did a 3 month NoFap streak in 2012, which I then broke with a young lady, and the amount that....um....came out of me, was quite spectacular.

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19 minutes ago, JoeDavola said:

There is a movement called NoFap that's been going for a while based on this.

There's some decent evidence that porn isn't great for you:

 

 

Even up to about the 1960S some still expressed the opinion that it could send you blind.

 

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13 minutes ago, JoeDavola said:

Having said that, I did a 3 month NoFap streak in 2012, which I then broke with a young lady, and the amount that....um....came out of me, was quite spectacular.

beugghhh, it must have been like rust.

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4 minutes ago, JoeDavola said:

I don't think anyone on this board wants me to discuss it in any more detail than I already have ;)

 

It is the poor girl I feel sorry for, dumping some 3 month old sperm in her. They must have been the Jon Simpson equivalent of the sperm world. They probably needed zimmer frames rather then flagella!

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1 minute ago, davidg said:

It is the poor girl I feel sorry for, dumping some 3 month old sperm in her. They must have been the Jon Simpson equivalent of the sperm world. They probably needed zimmer frames rather then flagella!

Well it's not like she carbon dated the fuckers, is it. As far as she knew they were a fresh, freakishly large load. And that's all she needed to know.

....moving on....

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25 minutes ago, JoeDavola said:

Yeah there's a chance that getting too far into that 'life' could lead to some sort of guilt about masturbating, and then you just end up going for weeks or months without ejaculating.

I'd imagine that there's a certain amount of 'use it or lose it'; it must not be natural for a bloke to go for that long without a release.

Having said that, I did a 3 month NoFap streak in 2012, which I then broke with a young lady, and the amount that....um....came out of me, was quite spectacular.

Like that?

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^^ Slightly surprised load was more than usual - maybe due to your relative youth, or perhaps your brain started preparing the body in anticipation, if you knew what was going to happen.... 

My mate, same age as me, had an all-nighter with a very dirty girl following 3 year abstinence fairly recently, he said he didn't recover for 3 days!

 

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32 minutes ago, JoeDavola said:

Yeah there's a chance that getting too far into that 'life' could lead to some sort of guilt about masturbating, and then you just end up going for weeks or months without ejaculating.

I'd imagine that there's a certain amount of 'use it or lose it'; it must not be natural for a bloke to go for that long without a release.

Having said that, I did a 3 month NoFap streak in 2012, which I then broke with a young lady, and the amount that....um....came out of me, was quite spectacular.

I believe that 'nocturnal emissions' kick in after a certain length of time. 

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