The theoretical underpinning of this attitude towards sexuality is that marriage is a concession to the evil sex drive. Like hunger, thirst or other basic instincts, sexual desire must be controlled and channeled, satisfied at the proper time, place and manner. Regarding masturbation, although in traditional halacha, it is forbidden on the basis of hashkhatat zera, destroying sperm, in my opinion this reason is not compelling, and masturbation is permitted. Tosefot cites the opinion of Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac ben Samuel who permitted an occasional exterior ejaculation with one's wife on the condition that one does not accustom himself to always doing so Tosfoth, Yebamoth 34b, Tosfoth Sanhedrin 58b. The value of tzniut should affect the way we dress, as well.
Cropped image of Joani Blank, sex toy inventor and founder of Good Vibrations. It specifies the frequency of sexual obligation based on the husband's occupation, although this obligation can be modified in the ketubah marriage contract. This site discusses sensitive subjects that some services filter without visual indication. However, as a general observation, it must be said that masturbation is also a Jewish law like any other Jewish law: Roth Unbound exposes its subject to nothing but judicious adoration. Of course, a person should sleep on his side as is dictated by halacha, because sleeping facing down or up is an additional factor that causes wet dreams. Although harder than dieting, it is probably easier than quiting smoking.
In Shulchan Aruch , on "Yoreh Deah", it is stated that wasting sperm is considered to be a sin greater than any sin in the Torah. This is a graver sin than any other in the Torah". I totally agree with you, especially about the subject of the position of the Kitzur Shulkhan Arukh. To the honorable questioner. Those who masturbate and thus discharge semen in vain not only violate a severe prohibition, but also should be place under a ban of ostracism…. It may be helpful to know what the Jewish tradition has to say about masturbation, but advice regarding what to do with that information should be provided in a more modest venue. Thank you for subscribing.
It called for more study and led to establishment of the present commission. There are many rules regarding proper behavior between boys and girls. So yeah, I think maybe stay away from porn to begin with, and see how the erotica goes. Is there any rabbinic dispute regarding that? Jewish law takes a similar attitude toward lashon hara gossip. You can also find books of erotica at the library and at your local bookstore.