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    jonlor posted:
    Is it healthy to masturbate if I am not having sex with my wife, because of her medical problems,I am very horny and have an erection on and off most of the day.
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    FCL responded:
    Masturbation is a healthy activity. Go ahead and enjoy.
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
     
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    dfgbull responded:
    Go ahead but, make sure this will nor offend/hurt your wife. If it will be sure to avoid masturbating in her presence.
     
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    jonlor replied to dfgbull's response:
    My wife does not mind me masturbating, as long as I do it in the bathroom sink, she often finishes me off.
     
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    dfgbull replied to jonlor's response:
    It appears that she is trying to do what she can to meet your need.


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