Jun 172016

Masturbation will make any human being blind and crippled, as well as causing other health problems. The severity of the health problems is directly related to the amount of masturbation a person engages in.

The article reprinted below is another one printed by “an authority” that claims masturbation is harmless. The author of this blog feels that these articles are printed on purpose to encourage people to engage in behavior that will make the ill so they need expensive health treatment that the authors of these articles or someone related to them in some way can profit from, and to make people mentally weak so they are easy to control.

Please do not fall for their lies just because they claim to be “an authority”. In depth questioning of any of these “authorities” will reveal that they actually have no idea at all of how masturbation affects the body, or that they are lying about the effects of masturbation on the body.

The original article printed by an organization called “Medical Daily” can be found below the line.


Given that we were once a country so desperate to stop masturbation that we invented Corn Flakes in the early 1900s, it’s safe to say we’ve felt conflicted about the act for quite some time, as fun and healthy as it might ultimately be.

Much of our fear of self-love can be attributed to enduring cultural and religious taboos surrounding sexuality and promiscuity, especially for women. But that fear has a physical component too. There’s the old-timey myth that it can cause blindness in teenage boys, for example, and the only slightly more credible idea that it will make us infertile — we’ve long worried that masturbation can cause irreparable damage to both our souls and bodies.

Outdated and silly as these urban legends may be, we might be tempted to think that there’s at least a grain of truth to them. That’s why Medical Daily enlisted a few sex experts to help explore a simple question: Can you really masturbate too much?

Erection Junction, What’s Your Function?

As with most questions, there’s a short answer and a long one.

“There’s really no such thing as overdoing it when it comes to masturbation,” Claire Cavanah, co-founder of the sex toy boutique Babeland and co-author of Moregasm: Babeland’s Guide to Mind-Blowing Sex, told Medical Daily. “As long you can still perform the major functions of your life, you’re fine.”

Dr. Ian Kerner, a psychotherapist and nationally prominent sex counsellor, largely agrees, though he does notice patterns among his male clients who report feeling physically unable to ejajacuate or have chafed equipment down under due to their masturbation schedule. “I will look at how often they masturbate, and it tends to be in the five to 10 times a day range, depending on age.” he said.

But when it comes to these select cases, Kerner adds that masturbation is more a symptom of other mental health issues like depression or anxiety than a problem in itself. “A lot of men are going through rough times on the employment scene and not going to work, or they’re single and either want to be in a relationship or not,” he said. “Sometimes men are using it as a distraction mechanism or a way of regulating anxiety or emotion.”

Excessive masturbation might even serve as a means of avoiding, albeit poorly, what Kerner calls erotic conflict. He offers the scenario of a male patient in a heatrosexual marriage who is struggling with admitting his attraction to men. “The more he doesn’t deal with that attraction in different ways, the more it expresses itself through masturbation, which then leads to shame and guilt,” he said.

Kerner’s hypothetical also emphasizes the important point brought up by Cavanah — it’s not really the number of times we might masturbate a day that’s potentially a problem, but the level of distress it causes when we do.

“I think it’s misguided and useless to put a specific number on it,” New York University professor of human sexuality Dr. Zhana Vrangalova told Medical Daily. “It’s much more reasonable to think of masturbating too much in terms of it getting in the way of doing the things you want to do.”

The Right Stuff

As with the aforementioned myths, the fear of too much solo funtime is more often influenced by the beliefs we hold onto than any physical signs of overuse. “I get questions from people across the world asking ‘I masturbate once a week or once a day, is that a lot?’” Vrangalova said. “So there’s a lot of people who think that a very common amount of masturbation is harmful because of their beliefs.”

Figuring out the golden balance between your cultural or religious ideals and your sexual desires can definitely be tough, and there’s no one-size-fits-all answer. Just like there’s no precise figure of overmasturbation, there’s no perfect right amount either. Especially since any number of personal and outside factors, such as ovulation or pregnancy in women, can muck with that frequency or our desire.

But for those who are legitimately worried about their self-love habit — whether because of feelings of shame, lost hours of the day, or some other reason — and want to explore that issue further, both Kerner and Vrangalova recommend finding a nonjudgmental therapist to talk openly with.

“Even if you think you’re masturbating too much, don’t jump to the conclusion that you’re a sex addict or a porn addict. You may have a behavior that’s out of control that you need to bring into control. But it’s much better to look at the underlying causes than to jump to the conclusion ‘Okay, I’m an addict! I need to go cold turkey or I need to go to some 12-step program,’” Kerner said. “These interventions may be down the line, but I would really do that under professional help and with a therapist who normalizes sexuality and who is sex-positive.”

And though women tend to masturbate less often than men, they do have their own unique version of the question, according to Cavanah: Can using a vibrator all the time to masturbate and orgasm ruin every other form of sexy fun?

“Sexual pleasure is fraught with anxiety in our mainstream culture,” she said. “We assure our customer: If they put their vibrator down for a while and masturbate without it, they will in all likelihood enjoy sex in other ways.”

May 272016

For the Victorians, it was known as self-abuse, and was deemed the cause of most physical and psychological ills. At the height of a moral and medical panic, one nineteenth century expert declared: ‘That insanity arises from masturbation is beyond a doubt’. Both scientific knowledge and cultural attitudes towards masturbation have both thankfully changed dramatically in the intervening two hundred years since then. In the present day, 38 per cent of women and 61 per cent of men masturbate, according to research.

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Dec 282015

Incompetent medical workers and evil, naive, or gullible mass media outlets still pushing the false information that masturbation is good for people, with no mention of the myriad of ways masturbation can harm the body and mind.

As an example of how stupid and wrong these people are, please examine the image included with the original article, which is shown below.


The picture accompanies a masturbation article, so it is reasonable to assume the authors are using the picture because it shows a woman during the act of masturbation.

Why does the woman’s head arch backwards during masturbation? The medical workers and mass media telling the public that masturbation is healthy can’t or won’t provide an answer. What would be the long term effect of arching the neck like that during masturbation of years and decades of the life of the average human being?

Any average person who thought about the situation would instinctively know that deforming the neck like that for the long periods of time masturbation takes place, over the course of years and decades of masturbation, must cause some type of health problem.

The original news article is reprinted below.


Happy news! Masturbation actually has health benefits

Conduct an Internet search for “masturbation,” and you will find hundreds, if not thousands, of slang phrases for the act.

This proliferation of slang phrases suggests people want to talk about masturbation, but are uncomfortable about doing so directly. Using comedic terms provides a more socially acceptable way to express themselves.

So before we talk any more about it, let’s normalise it a bit. Masturbation, or touching one’s own genitals for pleasure, is something that babies do from the time they are in the womb. It’s a natural and normal part of healthy sexual development.

According to a nationally representative US sample, 94% of men admit to masturbating, as do 85% of women. But societal perspectives of masturbation still vary greatly, and there’s even some stigma around engaging in the act.

Related to this stigma are the many myths about masturbation, myths so ridiculous it’s a wonder anyone believes them.

They include: masturbation causes blindness and insanity; masturbation can make sexual organs fall off; and masturbation causes infertility.

In actual fact, masturbation has many health benefits.

Good for you

For women, masturbation can help prevent cervical infections and urinary tract infections through the process of “tenting,” or the opening of the cervix that occurs as part of the arousal process.

Tenting stretches the cervix, and thus the cervical mucous. This enables fluid circulation, allowing cervical fluids full of bacteria to be flushed out.

Masturbation can lower risk of type-2 diabetes (though this association may also be explained by greater overall health), reduce insomnia through hormonal and tension release, and increase pelvic floor strength through the contractions that happen during orgasm.

For men, masturbation helps reduce risk of prostate cancer, probably by giving the prostate a chance to flush out potential cancer-causing agents.

Masturbation also improves immune functioning by increasing cortisol levels, which can regulate immune functioning in small doses. It also reduces depression by increasing the amount of endorphins in the bloodstream.

Masturbation can also indirectly prevent infertility by protecting people from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) that can lead to infertility – you can’t give yourself one of these infections!

There is one final benefit to masturbation: it’s the most convenient method for maximising orgasms.

And there are plenty of additional benefits from orgasms generally, including reduced stress, reduced blood pressure, increased self-esteem, and reduced pain.

Good for your partner too

From a sexual health point of view, masturbation is one of the safest sexual behaviours. There’s no risk of pregnancy or transmission of sexually transmitted infections; there’s no risk of disappointing a partner or of performance anxiety; and there’s no emotional baggage.

And, only an arm’s length away, is mutual masturbation. Mutual masturbation (two partners who are pleasuring themselves in the company of the other) is a great (and safe) activity to incorporate into other partnered sexual activities.

It can be especially good to begin to learn more about what your partner likes and to demonstrate to your partner what you like. Open communication with a partner will improve your sex life and relationship, but is also important for modelling communication skills for younger generations.

Talking about masturbation also has benefits. Promoting sex-positive views in our own homes and in society, including around masturbation, allows us to teach young people healthy behaviours and attitudes without stigma and shame.

Parents and guardians who feel embarrassed or need extra guidance to do this should seek out sex-positive sources of information, like ones from respected universities.

May 152015

Conduct an internet search for “masturbation,” and you will find hundreds, if not thousands, of slang phrases for the act.

This proliferation of slang phrases suggests people want to talk about masturbation, but are uncomfortable about doing so directly. Using comedic terms provides a more socially acceptable way to express themselves.

So before we talk any more about it, let’s normalise it a bit. Masturbation, or touching one’s own genitals for pleasure, is something that babies do from the time they are in the womb. It’s a natural and normal part of healthy sexual development.

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Jan 262015

According to Happeh Theory, Masturbation will make a human being blind and crippled, as well as causing many other changes and health problems to the human body. One of the most frequent objections to the examples of masturbation changed bodies that are provided by Happeh Theory, which are almost exclusively single still images, is that it cannot be proven the individuals masturbate.

The blog entry addresses that objection by providing an example human body about which there is no doubt masturbation has had an influence on, because the example human body belongs to a man who has been crowned “The King Of Masturbation”, for setting a world record of 9 hours and 58 minutes of continuous, hand only masturbation.

A European media outlet did an interview with “The King Of Masturbation”, whose name is “Masanobu”. That interview is located on Youtube and is linked below. Because of the adult nature of the video, you must be over 18 and log into Youtube before you will be allowed to see the video.

While watching the video, please examine the man’s body, face, and behavior for anything that catches your attention.

“The King Of Masturbation Interview Video”

According to Happeh Theory, Masturbation causes the body to contract and shrink. While that contraction and shrinkage affects the entire body to some degree, the strongest effects will be focused on the same side of the body as the hand the individual uses to masturbate with. The following picture shows Masanobu using a red colored sex toy held by his right hand to masturbate,


which means the Masturbation caused contraction and shrinkage of his body should be focused on the right side of this body.


The next picture shows a computer model with it’s arms and legs spread wide that provides a clear view of the front of the body.


 Right Hand Masturbation will contract and shrink the body strongly in the area highlighted by the line in the next picture.


The entire body will shrink in towards the line, not just the right side that shrinks.


The center of the curve also acts as a center of shrinkage.


The right arm will experience a pulling force towards that center point,


the right leg will experience a pulling force towards that center point,


and the right side of the head will experience a pulling force towards that center point. That pulling force will make the right, the right leg, and the right side of the head look as if they are collapsing in towards, or moving towards the center of curve.

The body will also behave as if there is a center point to the outside of the body.


The entire right side of the body will seem to tilt or fall towards that point.


The right side of the body along that line will also behave as if it is being pulled towards a point located approximately where the dot in the next picture is.

Now that the way in which Right Hand Masturbation will affect any human body have been demonstrated, does the body of “The King Of Masturbation look like it is behaving in a way related to any of those factors?

Yes it does.

It was just stated that the entire right side of the body will tend to tilt or fall towards a point to the outside of the right side of the body.


Now please examine the next picture of Masanobu sitting down.


Masanobu is leaning to his right,


as if his body was moving towards a point to the outside of the right side of his body.


In the picture of Masanobu masturbating, his left leg is laying down lower,


than his right leg.


That is because the contracting and shrunken right side of the body,


has pulled the right leg in towards it.




Jan 262015

According to Happeh Theory, Masturbation, Excessive Sex, Homosexuality, Excessive Exercise, Injection or Snorting of Drugs, Anorexia, Youth and Old Age, and Analytical Thought are all associated with a particular set of physical changes to the body. One of those changes is what Happeh Theory calls “Big Eye” or “Egyptian Eye”. This picture shows an example of this condition.


Even though the affected individual has two working eyes, they act like they only have one eye when they focus on objects they are interested in.


The reason this condition is named “Egyptian Eye” is because the affected individuals look just like drawings from ancient Egypt whose subjects have only one eye.


Many people who are first confronted with the claims made about the existence of Egyptian Eye do not believe them, because they feel the examples only look the way they do because the people were posing a certain way for the camera, or because of the particular camera angle the picture was taken from. These people feel that if the subjects of the example photographs were examined in person their heads would look normal. They would not be distorted in the way that produces what Happeh Theory calls “Egyptian Eye”.

That belief is false and this blog post is going to demonstrate why in what should be an indisputable manner.

Please examine the following picture which shows a man looking square into the camera.


There is no doubt this man has two eyes, and that he behaves as if he has two eyes.


Here is another picture of a different man looking square into the camera.


This man also indisputably has two eyes, and he behaves like he is focusing both of them on the camera.


Then another picture of another man looking square into the camera.


This man also clearly has two eyes, and he is behaving like he has two eyes.


The next picture shows a woman looking square into the camera.


The woman clearly has two eyes, and she behaves like she has two eyes.


All of the example pictures were taken with the same camera by the same woman who posed all of the subjects in the same way. When each of the previous subjects was asked to look square in the camera, the resulting photo showed an individual who was behaving as if they had two eyes in a head they were pointing square at the camera.


Now please examine the following picture taken with the same camera by the same woman.


This woman must have been asked to look square into the camera like the other subjects, yet what does the picture show? The picture shows a human being with Egyptian Eye. Even though the woman has two eyes,


she is mainly focusing her right eye on the camera,


and mainly focusing one eye instead of both eyes on whatever is of interest is the definition of Egyptian Eye.

Why is the woman focusing one eye on the camera when she was instructed to look square into the camera? Because she thinks she is looking square into the camera. Her body and head have undergone physical changes that have changed her vision so that she feels she is looking square into the camera, when we can see that she is using mostly her right eye to focus on the camera.

That behavior and the focusing of one eye on an object of interest are characteristics of what Happeh Theory calls “Egyptian Eye”. The condition has been named “Egyptian Eye” because people with the condition look like drawings from ancient Egypt that show people who only have one eye.

The people who do not believe that Egyptian Eye is a real condition have that opinion because they think the appearance of the eye is due to the camera angle or the posing of the subject. We know this woman’s Egyptian Eye is not due to the camera angle because the same camera was used in the same position to take all of the example pictures, and we know it is not due to the pose her body is holding because she was asked to look square into the camera like the other people were.

That means the woman appears to be focusing her right eye on the camera because she really has Egyptian Eye. Her body and head have undergone the physical changes that cause Egyptian Eye.

Jan 262015

The individual in the example picture for this blog entry has a condition known as “Cyclopean Eye” in Happeh Theory nomenclature,


 that was named after a legendary creature called a “Cyclops” that has only one eye.


Cyclopean Eye is the result of shrinkage of the opposite side of the body that was caused by Masturbation, Excessive Sex, Anorexia, and other activities listed elsewhere on this website.

The fact the woman’s left eye cannot be seen because of the hair covering it,


means her visible right eye must be the “Cyclopean Eye. 


The shrinkage of the head associated with Big Eye Syndrome will impair the vision in the affected eye by some amount. Because the eye already has impaired vision, it does not bother the woman to completely cover it with her hair. She is not looking out of that eye, so what does it matter if it is covered by hair or anything else?

Another sign of Big Eye Syndrome and the head shrinkage associated with it, is the flattened left side of the head, the same side of the head as the eye with Big Eye syndrome. The left side of the head almost looks like someone took a flat piece of wood and pressed it against the left side of the head until the left side of the head was as flat as the piece of wood was.


Big Eye Syndrome is almost always accompanied by a pair of slanted shoulders because the shrinkage that affects the head also affects the body. The example individual’s shoulders have a slanted look to them as expected,


because the right shoulder is higher than the left shoulder.


The woman’s left arm, the arm on the same side of the body as the let Big Eye, is visibly smaller than her right arm.


The woman’s entire body leans to her left because the bodily shrinkage that caused her left Big Eye has shrunken the entire left side of her body so much that it cannot hold her completely erect.


The woman’s body is also leaning forward in a way that makes it appear the center of her body is moving up to her left, which is the same side of the body as the left Big Eye.


According to Happeh Theory, human beings have what is commonly called “Energy”. This energy is supposed to flow around the body in predictable ways in a human body that mostly adheres to it’s design specifications. In a human body that is different from it’s design specifications, the energy of the body will flow in places that it should not flow. That incorrect energy flow can be seen visually because it will change the physical body.

The body of the example individual does not adhere to the design specifications for a human body. All of the previously listed bodily changes will alter the natural flow of energy within the woman’s body. One way to visualize how the flow of energy in her body has been altered, is to visualize two ropes in the locations shown in the next picture


being pulled to the left side of the body as indicated by the arrows in the next picture.


If the upper rope is pulled to the upper left while the lower rope is simultaneously pulled to the lower left, the woman’s body would undergo the physical changes that it currently exhibits, and her energy would move in the direction indicated by the arrows in this picture.