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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %OPEN HONEST CONSIDERATION DIALOGUE HUMAN PLEASURE+961110 %MASTURBATION PRACTICES RESPONSES CONSEQUENCES EVIL 961110 An integrative and healthy consideration of human practices of masturbation will deal openly and honestly with: 1. How commonly and in what different ways differing people engage in masturbation of self and/or others. 2. How differing people think and feel about their own masturbation and/or the masturbation of others about whom they are interested in and/or concerned. 3. The differing ways in which differing people's masturbation practices affect their relationships with other people who are nearest and dearest to them. 4. The differing ways in which differing people's efforts to modify their own or other people's masturbation practices affect the quality of their various personal relationships. 5. Psychological factors which play significant roles in people's masturbation practices; and how their masturbation practices affect their relationships with those nearest and dearest to them. 6. The effects of various religious teachings over the centuries upon the qualities of the lives of people affected by those teachings in regards to masturbation and human sexuality in general. 7. The differences between purely objective consequences of masturbation which are independent of human responses to masturbation---and reflexive human responses to masturbation which are not purely objective in nature. 8. How differing patterns of human fantasizing during masturbation relate to differing patterns of human relationships with those who may (or may not) have been the foci of those fantasies. 9. Explicit articulations of various attitudes, assumptions, thoughts, beliefs, and theories regarding human masturbation and all of its objective and reflexive outcomes. 10. The various possible and reasonable interpretations of scriptural passages which are viewed as pertaining to human masturbation and which are considered in the light of the above and other considerations not addressed above. 11. A tracing back to their orgies the embarrassment, shame and guilt which has often been associated with human masturbation. 12. The ways in which human vulnerability, security and defensiveness are associated with human sexual activity and intimate relationships. 13. Human tendencies to project our own reflexive realities out upon others---as if our reflexive realities are objective and real apart from us. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================