MASTURBATION ASIDE PLEASURE –Financial importance of MASTURBATION

Jerry Johnny.

This article is strictly for awareness; to educate. Please incarcerate your skewed and over-religious mind before coming here to “masturbate” on this article. Meanwhile, be informed:

Masturbation is a sexual act of touching and rubbing parts of your body. Such body parts include (and not limited to) the penis, clitoris, vulva and breasts. You can also call it self-pleasuring.

Now, apart from the (self) pleasure in the act, masturbation could also be used to raise money. There are so many events where this act is celebrated in some part of the world.

Have you ever heard of Masturbate-a-thon?

Well, masturbate-a-thon is an event in which participants wank basically to raise fund for charity. Apart from raising money, the event also seeks to increase the public awareness and dispel the shame and taboos that exist about this form of sexual activity.

It happens annually at different countries including San Francisco, California, USA; London, UK; Shenzhen, China etc and is sponsored by the Centre for Sex and Culture and has been going on for over 24 years now.

Between 1998 and 2003, the contest raised around $25,000 for women’s health initiatives and HIV prevention, education and treatment organizations, and has contributed to debates about safer sex and alternative safe methods of sexual experiment.

In European and Asian countries,
May 28 is set aside to celebrate the right to masturbate. It is called The National Masturbation Day, or The International Masturbation Day. The first National Masturbation Day was May 7, 1995, after sex-positive retailer Good Vibrations declared the day in honor of Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders, who had been fired in 1994 by President Bill Clinton for suggesting masturbation to be part of the sex education curriculum for students; and since then, the International Masturbation Day has been expanded to include the entire month of May as International Masturbation Month.

Still in Europe, there is what they call Wank Week or Wankfest.

This was a controversial season of a TV programme that was supposed to be broadcast by Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. It was meant to consist of a series of three documentary programmes about masturbation. However, plans to broadcast it in March 2007 was seriously criticized by the people and some senior television figures. The claim was that the TV programme lacked a proper and professional editorial standards and controversy over the channel’s public service broadcasting credentials.

Now, know this: masturbation is a contest.

In 2019, a South African man, Zakhele Xulu, 27, won in the World Masturbation Tournament that was held in Ontario, Canada. The contest attracted 14 other competitors from over 13 countries. Out of the 15, Xulu emerged the first bagging the “Johnny sins Cup”.

In 2009, a Japanese, Masanobu Sato broke his own record by masturbating for almost 10 hours (9hrs, 58 mins) at that years Masturbate-a-thon at San Francisco.

In 2008, at the same contest, he was also the winner after wanking for 9 hours, 33 minutes.

This is to say that apart from the money they raise for the charity and for women’s health, they take time to award participants with cash and other related prizes.

So
You that is masturbating for free, are you now aware that you could win a car, house cash and other prizes for just masturbating? Don’t you also know that the participation form is affordable and quite accessible? Why waste your time, energy and thoughts when you know you can make money from it and also help raise more for charity?

Now, you know!

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