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No Masturbation Raw Vegan Challenge

When I was a teenager and young adult, masturbation and many other sex related things were taboo, so I think most of us didn’t do it so much… so in a first moment I thought it was funny to realize that younger people may be struggling with too much masturbation and would be proposing a No Masturbation Challenge. Now I don’t think this is funny anymore!

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Well, most people who start a raw vegan diet and lifestyle are always looking to improve their lives in many other senses. Becoming a raw vegan is an awakening that happens from inside out and makes us wonder about other things that can still be wrong with the ways we are used to live nowadays.

What other habits we can change that could improve our lives?

This question pops in our minds more and more,  especially when someone starts to promote the raw vegan diet by blogging and with videos as it’s happening to Milos Stepita, the Raw Vegan Adventurer, from this YouTube channel.

Milos is not so famous yet, but he is showing the courage to share his personal life and propose a very interesting challenge to people who are struggling with too much masturbation and sex addiction, the 30 Day No Orgasm Challenge.

After I watched this of Milos’ videos I started realizing that there is a health issue emerging from all the free and paid online porn that it’s around nowadays. I also remembered of an interview I did sometime ago with Drew Mccall Burke, the famous Sexy Raw Vegan, when she mentioned that men are struggling with their sexuality because of too much porn.

Well, with a short research I just realized that this health issue caused by too much porn is really much bigger than I ever thought. There is even a website specially dedicated to promote a 300 day of no masturbation challenge, it’s called YourBrainOnPorn.com and has a very cool slogan: “Evolution has not prepared your brain for today’s Internet porn”.

And there is a very interesting article about this on the New York Magazine with the intriguing title “Why Men Are Quitting Masturbation”:

One of the unintentional pioneers of the current wave of anti-masturbators is Alexander Rhodes, a 23-year-old college student and actor who lives in Pittsburgh. On June 20, 2011, after coming across a study conducted by Hangzhou Normal University in China that found that testosterone levels peak after seven days without ejaculation, Rhodes started a “NoFap” forum on Reddit, where he announced various challenges for those who wanted to abstain. (Fap is onomatopoeic Internet slang for masturbation.)

When it first launched, the forum received 20,000 visitors a month. There was no shortage of mutual encouragement, with badges awarded for milestones like going a week, a month, or a year without fapping, and a counter tracking exactly how many days a person has abstained. NoFap’s popularity has now ballooned to nearly 400,000 unique visitors per month, and posts have grown in diversity. Some threads tout the perceived benefits of no-fapping (“found my first girlfriend”). Others recommend self-­improvement books or revel in a newfound sense of perspective (“I was able to notice birds chirping, which I haven’t done in years”), or engage in what can best be described as penis monologues (“Today I was sitting on the toilet and I looked down and I saw my penis and I kinda just stared at it, then I asked him ‘What is your purpose penis?’ To which he replied ‘I dunno lol’”).

But perhaps the most noticeable shift within the forum is how NoFappers have begun to characterize their short-term challenges as long-term lifestyle ­choices—one discussion is literally titled “NoFap isn’t a challenge. It’s a way of life.” In the thread, ­Aterazideme posted: “I desire to be a person in control of his desires. Each day of NoFap brings me close to that ideal.”

Read more here.

Just some decades ago it was hard to find a porn magazine, but nowadays you find porn wherever you go, even in non-sex related magazines. There is always an over-stimulation to what we all are being exposed, especially when you watch too much TV, by the way. So, the way I see it, too much masturbation is a modern human problem that is happening due to too much easiness to find free porn material. And although it’s most likely that it will happen to young men, I’m pretty sure that it may be happening to young women too.

Kudos to the Raw Vegan Adventurer Milos Stepita who brought this issue to our attention!

If you are struggling with too much porn, I advise you to join the 30 Day No Porn Masturbation Raw Vegan Challenge that Milos is proposing, because it may change your life for the better for good!

If you are NOT struggling with too much porn, just share this post because it may benefit someone who is in this situation, but isn’t so open about this very personal matter.

Leave your comment below, I will love to answer it!


luis souza raw food Luis Souza has been a health advocate since he healed himself from sinusitis in 2000 by drinking plenty of water and ending his consumption of milk and dairy products. In 2012, with a low fat raw vegan diet, he discovered the “cure” for depression — the low fat raw vegan diet! He now dedicates himself to inspire others to take responsibility for their health with Raw Vegan Power.
Know more about Luis here.

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