There’s nothing wrong with a little self-pleasuring.

Masturbation actually has health benefits, like reducing stress, helping you sleep and even as a cancer-preventative measure.

That’s right, new studies are actually linking masturbation to reduced risk of prostate cancer.

Check it out:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/3072021.stm

But before you start wanking away, watch your feet.

What I mean by that is, are you holed up in your house after work, or are you getting out and meeting women and potential sex partners?

If you’re in a committed relationship and you’re engaged in healthy, passionate and rewarding sex, for the both of you, that’s awesome.

But if you’re not in a relationship, are you getting out and meeting women? Or are you turning into Comic Book Guy from the Simpsons?

The point of male enhancement is to feel good about yourself.

Yes, we all want a monster-sized cock. What guy doesn’t?

But male enhancement is also about putting passion back in relationships. It’s about helping couples bring new life into the world. It’s about helping guys go out and feel confident enough to meet women and have meaningful and healthy sex.

Male enhancement is NOT about being holed up in a room and jerking off to online porn as an excuse not to go out and meet women.

Like it or not, you’re part of the gene pool. Evolution made sex so enjoyable as an incentive to go forth and get laid, to spread your genes and ensure that the human race marches forward.

One of the dangers of the internet is that it brings an unlimited supply of sexy, scantily clad ladies to appease your libido. Do you like brunettes? They’re online. Tall, red-headed Australian girls? Online. Fat girls covered in peanut butter? Hey, I’m not one to judge.

It’s fine to masturbate. But don’t let porn keep you from going out and meeting women.