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How to masturbate with a penis


How to masturbate with a penis
Step 0: Prepare


Go into your bedroom or bathroom and make sure the door is locked. Make sure you have tissues or paper towels available to clean up after your ejaculation. If you intend to use a lubricant (see step 2) make sure it's handy.

You may want to find a comfortable place to sit or lay down; while some people can masturbate standing up, other people may get weak at the knees as orgasm approaches, or in rare cases even *faint* when it happens. Additionally many people who *can* masturbate standing up without falling over, still consider it to be less pleasurable than a more comfortable position.

Step 1: Get an Erection.

There's plenty of different ways to do this. If there's anything that normally gives you a boner to think about, you could try thinking about that. The other main option is just gently massage/tickle your penis until it gets hard.

Once you know what masturbating feels like, it's possible that simply intending to masturbate, and anticipating the feeling, will give you an erection by itself and you can skip right to step 2.

Step 2 (optional): Lubricate

For a male, pretty much anything slippery and non-irritating can be used as lubricant, however do not use soap or shampoo. The rule of thumb is that if it would burn if it got up your nose, don't use it as a lubricant. Vegetable oil, baby oil, non-medicated hand lotions, and pure aloe vera gel are all options you might use. You can also buy "personal lubricant" (such as KY Jelly), which is made specifically for this purpose, at most pharmacies.

If you use a water-based lube such as KY Jelly or aloe vera gel, you'll probably want to have a cup of warm water nearby to re-wet it or it may dry out and get sticky.

Be aware that if you use too much, it might be hard to clean up after. Also you might find that it's *too* slippery for an ideal feel; you might get better sensation if you use it a bit more sparingly.

It's worth noting that the "pre-cum" fluid produced when aroused can also function as a water-based lubricant. However, most people don't make enough for it to really be a sufficient lube by itself, especially since it dries quickly.

It's also worth noting that the "gliding action" of human foreskin is somewhat of a lubricant unto itself, so if you have foreskin then you might consider skipping this step altogether. However if you *don't* have foreskin, then "going dry" may carry a serious risk of chafing/irritation.

Step 3: Stroke Your Penis

There are many different ways to do this. However the most common is "The Fist", where you simply hold your penis in your hand as you would any other cylindrical object (with the fingers wrapping around it from the underside, and the thumb wrapping around it from the top) and then slide your hand up and down along it.

Another common method is to hold your penis "like you would a pencil", holding in a simple pincer grip of 2 fingers underneath and the thumb on top, and once again slide this grip up and down along the penis. The pencil method is often seen as an alternative if your penis is too small (or your hands are too big) to do the fist method. However it offers distinct sensations and might be worth trying regardless. If there's room, you can add a third or fourth finger.

There are plenty of other methods also. There is no one "right way" to do it; any method which is safe and won't cause injury, as well as feeling good, is the right way.

Step 4: Orgasm and Ejaculation

After spending enough time in step 3, you should eventually feel a strong, pulsating sensation that feels really good. After this, it's normal to lose interest in continuing to masturbate. Congratulations, you're done!

In adult males an orgasm will typically be accompanied by an ejaculation, meaning that semen comes out of the penis. Normally semen is sticky and white, though it may be yellowish. For someone in early puberty however, it's also possible that it could be clear and watery, or there could be no ejaculation at all; this is nothing to be concerned about unless it persists past the age of 15.

Step 5: Cleanup

Assuming you ejaculate, it is important to clean up afterwards. Semen can become a breeding ground for bacteria if it sits around long enough ,resulting in a foul smell. It can also leave a crusty residue.

It can also leave yellow stains on fabric, so try to avoid getting it on anything absorbent that's not disposable like a tissue or paper towel. If you do get it on your clothes or bedsheets, make sure stains are pre-treated and washed promptly to avoid permanent yellowing.


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