ohhh this is a fun topic.
So guys, I want some science behind your opinions ( whether it's yes or no, either require some information as to why you believe that).
All I know is I love them, but it would be nice to have some actual scientific backing as to why they're healthy or not.
& if you wanna branch out about how it's healthier ( or unhealthier) when experiencing them daily with yourself or with your partner(s) that would be great too.
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I'm currently reading Cupids Poisioned Arrow, very interesting stuff. From the same website you can look at, http://www.reuniting.info/science , for a bit of the science behind it.
From what I've read about karezza (and abstaining from orgasm) so far I'm not sure if you could say its "healthier" or not, but it does seem that it could keep you a lot more satisfied, and help your life to be more harmonious in general...
Thanks Dane for the info:)
Yes, I've heard alot about karezza & it's not something I'm personally interested in practicing ( maybe when I'm like 80 or something?lol!)
but I'm sure there's perks to that lifestyle aswell.
Oops. I'm not sure what I was attesting to. I think I replied to the wrong part of the conversation.
Well sometimes while traveling or when we have someone staying with us the opportunity for intimacy doesn't always present itself. I find it leaves us both feeling stressed, like we need some sort of release and we start to bicker about things that don't really matter. We never argue otherwise.
I'm certainly not claiming that I orgasm daily as I've never been the sort to need that kind of release on a daily basis.
On the other hand, prior to Ryan and I's relationship I went years without any action at all. No masturbation, no intimacy and I found I didn't care for it.