There is something special, a shared understanding and vulnerability which comes from stroking yourself to ejaculation while you are together with another guy who is doing the same thing. You need not touch each other, you may not know each other but by creating a shared joyful celebration of your manhood you become a part of a great brotherhood which has achieved full masculinity. And even if all of your sexual activites are with members of the opposite sex you will not know or experience your full masculine potential until you have experienced the electric energy and great peacefulness which comes by masturbating with a brother.
manhood should be enjoyed, not proven -- gymrat44
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What do you think?
Sharing with another guy has brought me full masculinity..
I've done it but it's just part of how I got to where I am now.
Haven't done it, would like to and see how it would be fulfilling
Feel fully masculine without having shared masturbation.
I'm fully masculine without ever having beat off with another guy
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