Read on to find out where that number came from, how ejaculation affects your prostate cancer risk, what happens to your sperm, and more. The article details the results of a study of 31, men published in the December issue of European Urology. The study in question relied on self-reported answers — once in and once in — about how often they ejaculated each month and whether they developed prostate cancer. The reason for emission may play a role in any potential benefits.
The One Question Everyone Has About Masturbation, Answered By An Expert
How Much Masturbation Is “Normal”? The Answer Might Surprise You
Every guy should take his health into his own hands, literally. Male masturbation jokes always get laughs in buddy movies and comedy routines. But a new study actually has something serious to say about the typical dude's favorite shower activity: Masturbating frequently could significantly reduce a man's risk of prostate cancer. What qualifies as frequently?
Science Says Men Should Masturbate 21 Times a Month—Here’s Why
Depending on your own self-pleasuring habits, the titillating facts will either shock or mildly interest you. The gap closes in for those who reported masturbating multiple times a month, with But the disparity generally remains the same throughout our lives, with women coming in at least percentage points behind men in each category.
When it comes to masturbation, there's a sort of quiet understanding that it's not really something to bring up in an everyday conversation. But that kind of thinking keeps people in the dark about how "normal" their masturbation habits really are. The TL;DR? It's all pretty "normal," experts say — and it'd probably help to start talking about it more.