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What is prone masturbation? Prone masturbation is the habit some males have of masturbating in a face-down prone position. Some males who masturbate this way rub their penises against the mattress, pillow, or other bedding, or the floor. Some practitioners lie on their stomachs and thrust into their hands. Masturbation is very enjoyable and healthy, and only a small fraction of males masturbate prone; around 90 percent masturbate by stroking up and down the penis with one hand.
What's wrong with masturbating prone? Nearly all males agree that masturbating face up is Tough lad damian acquires naked and masturbates fun and delightful practice, but masturbating face down puts excessive pressure on the penis, and especially on the base of the penis.
These sensations are not easily replicated in conventional masturbation or in sexual intercourse. This is not analagous to intercourse being performed face down, as most males do, because the partner's body provides more resistance than the objects a male who masturbates prone uses to thrust into or against.
A vagina resists; a mattress doesn't. Prone masturbation can reduce the ability of a male to have normal sexual relations.
A survey conducted for this web site revealed that males who masturbate conventionally have sexual intercourse 6. The most common problems males who masturbate prone have are delayed orgasm or a complete inability to have an orgasm during intercourse anorgasmia. Many males who masturbate prone also have trouble getting erections. It's a common experience among males who are used to masturbating face down to be unable to have an orgasm even after engaging in sexual intercourse for over half an hour.
The female partners of these men find this outcome unusual and often wonder if they are to blame for the man's inability to reach orgasm through intercourse. The graph shows that half of males who masturbate prone have anorgasmia or delayed orgasm during sexual intercourse almost all of the time, while no males who masturbate conventionally do.
Another 9 percent of males who masturbate prone have this problem most of the time, while only 4 percent of males who masturbate conventionally do. Nearly 60 percent of males who masturbate prone suffer from anorgasmia or delayed orgasm most of the time they have sexual intercourse, while only 4 percent of males who masturbate supine do. The graph shows that nearly a third of males who masturbate prone suffer from erectile dysfunction most of the time they have sexual intercourse, while only 5 percent of males who masturbate supine do.