"Personally, I believe in some cases, depending on the support of their environment and personal relationships, it is possible, but only when these desires are relatively mild in intensity." Your husband's interest in diapers—which would seem to go all the way back to at least age 7—can't be described as mild."Given the apparent strength and persistence of her husband's interest, I think it unlikely that suppression could ever be successful," said Dr. "In this case, I think MADDL's desire for her husband to have sexual desires she agrees with in order for her to be married to him is a form of sexual extortion, i.e., 'If you love me and want to be with me, you'll give up this sexual interest that I find disgusting.' Without empathy, mutual respect, communication, unconditional love, and a willingness to negotiate and accommodate compromises and win-win solutions, this couple is doomed, regardless of diapers under the bed." Now let's bring in a voice you rarely hear when diaper fetishists are being discussed: an actual diaper fetishist. Shortly before the birth of our child, I found out that he'd been looking at diaper porn online. He apologized and said he'd never look at diaper porn again.I broke down, and he agreed to talk to a counselor.To understand her husband, MADDL needs to ask questions about why her husband enjoys diapers and figure out how to deal with it—because a lot of people want/need these kinds of outlets in their life." Okay, MADDL, now it's time for me to share my thoughts with you, but—Christ almighty—I hardly know where to begin.
I'm a 33-year-old man, and for years I've practiced edging.
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Priapus Precipice A study conducted by researchers from Boston University School of Public Health and Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health found that men who masturbated at least 21 times per month—masturbated and ejaculated—were at lower risk of developing prostate cancer than men who ejaculated less than 21 times per month ("Ejaculation Frequency and Risk of Prostate Cancer," European Urology).
Read the study, PP, weigh the slightly increased risks against the immediate (and horny) rewards, and make an informed (and horny) choice.