masturbatory


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masturbatory

adjective Referring to masturbation.
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Both women and men perceived moderate SEIM consumption for masturbatory purposes as a means to relax.
Commenting on the subject of female genital mutilation and its connection to the silencing of female auto-eroticism and masturbation, Mary Daly argues that in some communities women are circumcised in order to disable them from indulging in masturbatory practices.
A study of masturbatory knowledge and attitudes and related factors among Taiwan adolescents.
Lakey (1994) explained that "other important treatment issues involve changing deviant sexual fantasies and masturbatory practices" (p.
Compare this scenario with the state of affairs when the institution of marriage traditionally understood is dismantled and revisionist concepts sanction and promote contraceptive lifestyles without procreative intention or the quest for sexual pleasure for its own sake without procreative intention, whether pursued in solitary masturbation or enjoyed in mutually masturbatory sex (as John Finnis has analyzed) between persons of the same sex.
As is "Jane," an exquisite account of a lonely husband's masturbatory fantasy.
The million little masturbatory orgies they inspire under the oh-so-respectable blankets of news and analysis.
His assertion that a particular sangha had its priorities wrong when they cared solely about his hours logged in meditation without inquiring if said meditation involved being "simply engaged in quiet masturbatory fantasies" demonstrates Prebish's frank approach to writing.
I wasn't clear on Katharina Wagner's intentions in her staging of Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg, either, especially when masked icons of German art, including her great-grandfather, were prancing around the stage in full masturbatory tumescence.