Is Masturbation a base act? ...a situation where, to calm down and concentrate instead of burning in hot sexual desire, one visualises a vivid image of someone you truly admire but not within reach as at the moment of intense sexual arousal.
asked 08 Jul '10, 16:02
Barry Allen ♦♦
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I don't think there is really a difference between masturbation and not-procreative sex from a metaphysical point of view. The first is amusement, the second is amusement.
answered 09 Jul '10, 03:25
It can be dissipating; physically, mentally, spiritually if over-done. It can also become too consuming...taking up too much time, too much thought, too much planning, too much guilt. But I don't think it's a base act any more than any other type of sex unless you were to somehow become unbalanced with too much of it. Otherwise it is just an occasional release.
answered 08 Jul '10, 17:45
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What is a base act? I havent heard that term before