New On ROK: How (and Why) To Stop Fapping

My new article on Return of Kings is about the sin of Onanism, why it’s bad for you, and why you should stop doing it.

“You’ve already discussed that!” you might be saying, and indeed I have. But freeing yourself of modernity’s favorite vice is so important, it always bears repeating.

Masturbation. Probably the most common vice of modernity, and the one that almost all neo-masculinist websites are concerned with eradicating from the human condition. And why shouldn’t that be the case? After all, the “sin of Onan” has been linked to several legitimate physiological problems such as…

It makes you less attractive to women.

This occurs in ways both macro and micro. The macro, simply put, comes from the fact that, in addition to the frequent masturbator not taking advantage of the physical benefits increased testosterone gives (see number 2), women are just not attracted to buttery soft, womanly hands. In my personal experience, women love to feel the calluses upon a man’s hands, and just one lotion-soaked fap session a week will take away from the sexy, alligator-like roughness of your palms.

Beyond the purely physical, some research indicates that they may be capable of directly sensing pheromone signals related to your hormonal levels, and, of course, react positively to it (that same research indicates that males react with more arousal to women that are in the midst of ovulation)

So knowing all that, you’re probably going to want to quit masturbating as soon as possible, if you haven’t started doing so already. But, of course, it’s not so easy to kick an addiction, as perhaps some of those in the audience might know.

So what can you do?

The first thing that you can do is read my new article, which linked right here on Return of Kings