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Men are Women's Problems Of Size and Semen OMG! (2) Masturbation – A Guy Thing?!? I CHEF - Seafood Curry

Posted Nov 21 2008 4:47pm

Ever notice how
all of women's problems
start with MEN?


MEN tal illness

Dys MEN orrhea

MEN strual cramps

MEN tal breakdown

MEN opause

and

when women

have REAL trouble,

they see a

GUY necologist

and hope that

it would not need a

HIS terectomy!


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Got this from an email.

Posted by tony rodaat 11:55 AM0 comments

Artwork by Antonio Totto, Jr.

Does size matter? This is a proverbial question boys to men frequently ask themselves or their peers.

In Asians, an erect or hard penis averages from four to eight inches in length, although there are many exceptions. The measurement is taken from the pubic arch (called symphysis pubis ) to the tip of the penis.

Penis growth is most rapid during puberty and is completed at the end of the pubertal stage. The rate of development, however, varies from person to person, and it is possible that for some boys development starts at age 16 or 17.

There is usually no basis for undue concern over penis size. Being warm, responsive person is far more important than having a big penis. Many men admit that it is not how long your tool is, but how good you perform during sexual intercourse.

Boys start ejaculating shortly after they start producing semen and a certain amount of semen has accumulated. This stage can be anywhere between ages of 11 to 14. On the other hand, there is no definite time or age when a man stops ejaculating. As long as he is reasonably healthy, a man will continue to produce semen throughout his life.

If a man does not masturbate or have sexual intercourse in his waking life, his semen will eventually be ejaculated during sleep, often during a dream about sex. This is called a “wet dream” or “nocturnal emission”. It is a normal experience for all males. However, if masturbation or sexual intercourse is frequent, wet dreams do not usually occur.

The semen (sometimes called ejaculate or “seed”) is normally full of sperms – small swimming half-cells that look like active tadpoles under a microscope. While there are millions of sperms in the semen, it takes only one half-cell (a sperm) to unite with another half-cell (the egg released by a woman’s ovaries every cycle) to begin the life of another human being.

Semen has nothing to do with the urine even though the two traverse the same passage through the penis. And urine cannot be ejaculated instead of semen during sexual intercourse. When the penis is erect, there is a built-in valve which switches the plumbing from “urine eject” into “sperm eject”. The same mechanism that prevents urination during erection also prevents erection during urination. That is why it is difficult to urinate during an erection and, conversely, why an erection is lost during urination.

The average life span of a sperm cell in a woman’s body is from 48 to 72 hours. The average life span of an egg cell is 24 to 48 hours.

In a man, infertility is his physical inability to father a child. In a woman, it is the physical inability to conceive a child. Infertility can be caused by physical factors. In a man, it could be due to his sperm not moving on its own once inside the vagina, or its immature development, or its being produced in insufficient amounts. In a woman, it could be due to her Fallopian tubes being blocked or inability to ovulate.

There is no one treatment that cures all kinds of infertility. The first step is for both the man and the woman to undergo a complete evaluation of their medical histories and series of tests. Once the problem has been identified, the doctor will devise and discuss a treatment plan with the couple.


A moment when you can't help but say, "Oh My Gosh!"
(Second of a Series)



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Photo from the Internet.
Photo of a Soap Box from the Internet.


With some sort of “censorship” to fit


the integrity of this blog. Hehehe.


What is it in masturbation that so much guilt, needless fear and anxiety are often attached to it? Masturbation is a common practice especially among adolescents. In fact, even adults masturbate from time to time. Girls and women do it too, although research findings indicate it is more of a guy thing. But who knows, maybe gals are just shy about it. Not discussing it though shrouds it in mystery and lead to a lot of misconceptions.



Masturbation is self-stimulation for sexual pleasure. It may or may not result in orgasm or ejaculation. It is known to be done in some form by children and some continue to do it up to adulthood.



Masturbation is self-limiting. One will stop masturbating if he feels his tensions has been relieved, or if he feels tired after doing it. If someone sometimes prefers masturbation to sexual intercourse, it does not necessarily mean he is strange or sick. However, masturbation may be a symptom of a problem when it is performed compulsively (doing it anytime or anywhere); when one cannot resist doing it to relieve psychological or sexual tension; and when one prefers masturbation to having sexual relationship with others. It is already advisable to seek professional help if one masturbates compulsively.



As in ordinary lovemaking, the only after-effect of masturbation is a feeling of sexual relief and relaxation. It is not known to lead to serious physical or mental illness, or sterility. Neither does it lead to hairy hands, falling hair, mental retardation, abnormal children, etc. These myths may be partly due to centuries of religious and cultural beliefs that view masturbation as sinful, and harmful.



Masturbation will not make a person taller or thinner either. It just so happens that there is usually a spurt of growth among males during adolescence which coincides with the time they practice it.



Masturbation does not also make the penis bigger nor it will make a person better at sex. Being “better” at sex is largely a relative and subjective concept that the only reliable source of this information would probably be one’s sexual partner. Studies, however, have shown that masturbation allows a man to practice controlling his ejaculation.



Now, it is also perfectly alright not to masturbate. No harm is known to happen to people who choose not to do it.



Is masturbation sinful? Well, that’s another story; most religions say it is a sin. The Catholic Church recognizes that the sex drive awakened in adolescence is very powerful and often leads a person to masturbate. However, masturbation is viewed by the Church as wrong use of the sexual organs or an imperfect use of sex, and is therefore considered sinful. The Church holds that masturbation is an activity over which an adolescent should develop control. The desire may be natural, but the act is deliberate and can be controlled.


I’m learning how to cook and I have been enjoying it lately. Here’s one of my favorite recipes. And oh, if you have recipes for me to try, please email them to me. I would be grateful.

8 cloves garlic, minced
1 medium onion, sliced
1 tbsp. ginger strips
2 medium potatoes, cut in chunks
200 g squid, ink sac removed and meat cut into rings
100 g shrimps
½ kilo small crabs (alimasag), boiled


½ kilo mussels (tahong), boiled and half shell removed
1 cup thick coconut milk (there is powdered form in supermarkets)
1 tbsp curry powder
1 small can of pineapple chunks, drained
1 medium red or green pepper, cut into strips
1 finger pepper for decoration



PROCEDURES:

1. Saute garlic, onion and ginger in oil. Add potatoes, 1 tsp iodized salt or 1 tbsp rock salt, and ¼ tsp pepper. Simmer for 10 minutes.

2. Add squid, shrimps, mussels, crabs, then simmer for 5 minutes. Pour in coconut milk and curry powder. Stir in pineapple chunks and bell pepper. Simmer for 2 minutes.

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