Showing posts with label Masturbation. Show all posts
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March 4, 2020

A Utah Legislator Wants No Abortions and Your Penis in The Law: "No ejaculation outside of vagina"


It always starts with the lie and when they see an opening they open up to the real reasons: "No sex unless we tell you how." Sounds crazy but this is the way is been and still is. The real evil thing is they want to make it law! As one of those "Christians", I was so guilty the first time I masturbated. I cried and promised to JC I will not do it again. I even stop using briefs because I will become arouse switched to shorts and Pj"s in bed. These people live on other people's guilt. They do as they want but they want others to do as they say is right. Why? Power. Having power over another human being is very turn on to these religious people. In procreation and sex which are the most powerful impulses on most people, why not regulate that? Why I know? Because I know them. By the way, They also want to regulate Viagra.





As the Utah state Senate advanced a law last week that could one day ban almost all abortions, one female legislator tried to slow its passage with an eleventh-hour amendment: outlawing “a male from causing an ejaculation to occur outside of a vagina.”

Under the bill, most abortions would become illegal if Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion nationwide, were ever overturned. But the amendment would also ban men from carelessly tossing away sperm during “(A) masturbation; (B) coitus interruptus; or (C) any other method used to cause an ejaculation.” 

The amendment failed. But that’s kind of the point.

Over the last few years, lawmakers who support abortion rights have adopted an off-the-wall tactic to strike back at extreme abortion restrictions: introducing bills that would limit men’s reproductive rights. By exposing the apparent absurdity of regulating masturbation — and even vasectomies and Viagra — these legislators are hoping to make the conservatives who back near-total abortion bans look like hypocrites.

“It always takes two to tango.”

In 2019, they upped their game in response to a deluge of efforts to ban abortion early in pregnancy. Seven states ultimately passed legislation to eliminate legal abortion at eight weeks of pregnancy or earlier, a trend that would have once been unthinkable even among anti-abortion activists. Alabama’s law, in particular, would outlaw nearly all abortions.

“It always takes two to tango,” said Alabama Democratic Rep. Rolanda Hollis, who recently proposed a bill to force men to have vasectomies once they hit 50 or have three children, whichever comes first. The men would be forced to pay for the vasectomies.

That bill is meant to “neutralize” Alabama’s ban, which would also prohibit abortions in the case of rape and incest, Hollis told AL.com. Her bill notes, “Under existing law, there are no restrictions on the reproductive rights of men.”

Sen. Ted Cruz, noted abortion opponent, didn’t quite get the double-standard reference. 

“Yikes!” the Texas Republican tweeted in response to the bill. “A government big enough to give you everything is big enough to take everything ... literally!”

After the Georgia state House passed a bill to ban abortion as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, Democratic state Rep. Dar'shun Kendrick announced in March that she would be authoring a bill to ban vasectomies. She called the legislation a “testicular bill of rights.”

Under Kendrick’s proposal, having sex without a condom would be considered “aggravated assault” and men who want to purchase porn or sex toys in Georgia would be required to wait 24 hours. (Georgia requires abortion patients to wait 24 hours between receiving counseling on the procedure and actually undergoing it. Twenty-six other states have similar waiting periods, according to the Guttmacher Institute, which tracks abortion restrictions.)

“I’m dead serious,” Kendrick told Rolling Stone. “If you’re going to legislate our bodies, then we have every right to propose legislation to regulate yours.” 

That same week, five Georgia legislators — including Kendrick — filed a bill that also aimed to regulate men’s bodies. It had a very simple, two-line suggestion: “Any male 55 years of age or older shall immediately report to the county sheriff or local law enforcement agency when such male releases sperm from his testicles.” 

The idea of using satirical legislation to highlight government control over women’s bodies goes back at least as far as 2012, when then-state Sen. Constance Johnson, an Oklahoma Democrat, introduced a handwritten amendment to a failed bill that defined human life as beginning at conception.

“Any action in which a man ejaculates or otherwise deposits semen anywhere but in a woman's vagina shall be interpreted and construed as an action against an unborn child,” the amendment reads.

Some of the tactic’s biggest hits also include former Texas state Rep. Jessica Farrar’s “Men’s Right to Know Act,” a riff on the “A Woman’s Right to Know” pamphlet that Texas requires abortion providers to offer patients. In addition to charging men $100 per “masturbatory emission” — which Farrar, a Democrat, described as “an act against an unborn child, and failing to preserve the sanctity of life” — the 2017 bill also suggested creating a “hospital masturbatory assistance registry” to help men stay abstinent and store semen.

Under the bill, men who want vasectomies, colonoscopies, or Viagra would also have to undergo what the bill freely admitted is a “medically-unnecessary digital rectal exam.” In Texas, abortion providers are legally required to show and narrate an ultrasound of the fetus, regardless of whether a patient wants to see or listen to it. But because women often get abortions too early for “jelly on the belly” ultrasounds, doctors must use a transvaginal ultrasound — meaning, they have to stick a wand up a woman’s vagina. 

Then there’s the bill Kentucky Democratic state Rep. Mary Lou Marzian proposed in 2016, which would require a man who wants erectile dysfunction drugs to visit his doctor twice, on separate days, before getting a prescription. Today, 14 states, including Kentucky, mandate that women who want abortions visit the clinic twice, according to Guttmacher.

Under the bill, only married men could receive these drugs and their spouses would have to provide written permission for the prescription. The man would also be required to “make a sworn statement with his hand on a Bible that he will only use a prescription for a drug for erectile dysfunction when having sexual relations with his current spouse,” according to the bill.

July 6, 2017

In Brazil You Can't be an Athlete and Masturbate in the Lockers


If you want to laugh you may, I do because of the Hypocrisy of Brazil's Club President Gilmar Rosso who might just go for the real thing not just mimic and not gay. One most wonder what he is got up his kazoo. Politics I guess since it was on video.    Adam


The two guys being masturbated, the one doing it and the cam person all were fired.




Three players from Sport Clube Gaúcho have had their contracts terminated after a video showing the men engaging in sexual acts in the team’s locker room went viral over the weekend. The three dismissed players–whose names have not been released to the public–were filmed by a fourth, unidentified player engaging in group masturbation while inside the dressing room areas. The video, which was reportedly recorded on Friday, quickly made the rounds, opening up the third division club to derision and criticism from media and fans alike.

Club president Gilmar Rosso spoke to Brazilian outlet Globo Esporte following the dismissals, reiterating that the players were released due to the acts having occurred on club property: “Outside business hours, we have nothing to do with the situation. If they want to get drunk, gay or not, that’s their problem,” said Rosso. “What I have to answer as president is during a trip, office hours. That’s my responsibility. The club is not a keeper of morals and good manners. The only thing we have to answer to is them making the video inside the locker room.”

Rosso did also say that he tried to watch the video, but “found it disgusting” and stopped shortly after.

The online response to the news has been, to say the least, disappointing; jokes about the Gaúcho region stereotype–that all its men are gay–outnumbered any reasoned discussion about the video or the dismissals, including the impact of it having been specifically gay sex portrayed in the video and that leading to the termination of the players’ contracts.

In fact, in an interview with UOL Sport, Rosso that the dismissal wasn’t just a reprisal for filming on club property, but also to help the players avoid fan jeers and insults: “Imagine when they enter the field, what they would have heard,” he said. “As far as I know, these three are not gay, but now they would have to prove that they are not gay” to the fans. In a sport where not many players are openly gay–Robbie Rogers’ coming out in 2013 was a huge sports story exactly due to its rarity–it’s likely that these three players would have faced hardships unlike any they or the club had seen before.

Of course, that could also be a cop-out from Rosso, and, given the context of his other comments, it seems more likely that this is PR spin to allow the club both to distance itself while feigning support for the players.

While the club is within its rights to dismiss the three futboleros here (after all, the video was filmed in the locker room, a big no-no), it does beg the question as to whether the punishment would have been the same if the video featured heterosexual acts, and whether it would even have made the news beyond a blurb in local news.



June 6, 2014

Survey: Masturbation being ok now how many times would it be ok? 3, 5 10 x’s?



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Is it normal to masturbate three times a day? What is the ‘normal’ amount of times to masturbate a week?
The National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior (NSSHB) from Indiana University attempted to answer some of these question by conducting the “largest nationally representative study of sexual and sexual-health behaviors ever fielded.” They collected data between between March and May 2009 from 5,865 Americans from ages 14 to 94 years old.
FiveThirtyEight.com took a look at the data and provided us with some interesting graphics explaining the results:
It sounds like the “Am I normal?” part of your question relates more to “eight times per week” than “I masturbate,” so let’s look at frequency: How often is too often?
Buried in the 137-page report are the masturbation habits of 2,936 men; 396 of them, like you, were in their 30s. Bad news, though: The maximum frequency the researchers asked about for solo masturbation was “four or more times per week” — that doesn’t bode well for your normalcy. Worse still, only 13.5 percent of men your age masturbated that often. If you were a Brenda and not a Brandon, I would be even more surprised by your question: Only 1.5 percent of women ages 30 to 39 masturbated four or more times per week.
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FiveThirtyEight.com also contacted Julia Heiman, a professor of brain sciences and senior research fellow at Indiana University’s Kinsey Institute, and asked if masturbating “eight times per week” is normal? She said:
Without knowing anything more about you, it is hard to say whether or not this is a problem, because “normal” depends on whether masturbating at that frequency is taking away from other aspects of your life — like your relationships or work. Some people masturbate so often that it is cutting into their work time.
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They add:
But masturbation itself, regardless of frequency, is very normal. On average, 78 percent of all Americans age 14 and older say they have masturbated at some point in their lives, according to the NSSHB. When men in their 30s were asked whether they had masturbated alone at any point in their life, 93.4 percent said yes. One explanation for the differences among age groups could be that masturbation has become more frequent as the taboos about it weaken; As Joycelyn Elders, a former surgeon general, said in the NSSHB: “We have finally included masturbation in our national conversation and as a result stopped checking our hands for growing hair.”
So, the fact that you have tried your hand at masturbation is very normal — as a man. If you were a woman, you’d be in a smaller majority: 80.3 percent of women in their 30s say they have masturbated alone in their lifetime. In fact, regardless of age, women are less likely to have tried masturbating.
So go ahead and masturbate! It’s perfectly normal.
[H/T: Instinct]

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