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Highlight the Masturbation Argument of School of ethical, and School of Sex thought.

Highlight the Masturbation Argument of School of ethical, and School of Sex thought.

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The stimulation or manipulation of one’s own genitals, manually. Both males and females masturbate. Like HIV/AIDS masturbation is also a taboo topic. Whereas it is one of the safest and harmless ways to achieve sexual release. Due to many misconceptions some people feel guilty of the act. While the counselor is trying to change the client’s behaviour it must be made understand the two schools of thought on this subject.

The School of Ethical Thought:

Which argues masturbation to be a selfish sexual activity for personal pleasure. It is argued that the act of sex is expression of love between a husband and a wife. Both husband and wife have their right on each other’s body. Masturbation limits the act of sex between a husband and wife which may have far reaching effects on their married life such as concern. for,each other, self-giving, care for satisfaction and thoughtfulness and attraction towards each other diminishes with time. An ultimately the very purpose of marriage is defeated.

The School of Sex thought:

The School of Sex thought has an argument against the school of ethical thoughts where it says that masturbation is a harmless and a safe sex activity which is better than indulging with high risk behaviour like pre-Marital or extra marital sex. The only harm it develops is a guilt feeling. Those who propose safe sex practices support this act as there is no chance of pregnancy and sexual infection like HIV/AIDS and recommended as safe sex as per many psychologists and institutions working in prevention of HIV/AIDS.

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November 7, 2019
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