Among the world's religions, views on masturbation vary widely. Some religions view it as a spiritually detrimental practice, some see it as not spiritually detrimental and others take a situational view. Among these latter religions, some view masturbation as allowable if used as a means towards sexual self-control , or as part of healthy self-exploration, but disallow it if it is done with wrong motives or as an addiction. Masturbation was now valued as an adult, non-pathological, pleasurable activity.
No, it is never okay to masturbate at work and here’s why
Religious views on masturbation - Wikipedia
At first, I thought I was a fairly open-minded person when it came to the suggestion of masturbation at work. I can see the potential benefits in focus, relaxation and mood and can understand the concept of relieved tension. And suddenly the raw numbers hit me. Colleagues with whom I may shake hands or share a keyboard when hot-desking.
Religious views on masturbation
By humanbeing, July 12, in Hello there, as a male asexual with a libido I have to masturbate from time to time. If it was up to me, I wouldn't masturbate at all but I also think about real people while masturbating and I don't find this ethical but since I'm a very very very weird type of fetishist I seem to have no other choice. I find masturbating to a person to be a huge disrespect to that person, but it seems like the "normal" sexual people around me don't share my point of view on this topic.
Verified by Psychology Today. Sex Matters. But does this ban on sex with other people also extend to sex with oneself? As with everything else in human relationships, you get a lot of answers to this question. Some people will quote research studies to support their position that masturbation is either good or bad for relationships.