The fall semester has begun for most college students, and for many – especially freshmen – that means getting to know their new roommate. Often the two dudes are a great match, sometimes not so great – but even when the two students have a lot in common, there’s often a touchy subject that both may be thinking about but neither wants to broach – self-pleasuring, or more specifically, how are they going to be able to self-stimulate with another guy (or, in some cases, several other guys) in the same room?
Granted, in some situations – such as college dorm suites – a guy shares a common room with a roommate but has his own private bedroom, in which case he has all the privacy he needs for self-pleasuring. But more often than not, the college experience involves sleeping in the same room with another dude.
Sometimes, self-pleasuring isn’t an issue. The roomies both have a very open attitude about sensual activity, accept that each of them is going to self-stimulate, and feel free to talk about it. They can then come up with a plan that works for them. Some guys agree that they’ll just self-gratify when they feel like it, and the other one will be fine with it (or may join in with a little self-pleasuring himself).
The best option is to be able to discuss self-pleasuring freely with a roommate – even if it starts out in a joshing and joking fashion – so that both parties agree on what to do. But for many, many guys, talking about self-pleasuring is very difficult. In such cases where the men feel uncomfortable discussing things, they are left with a few options.
• Just do it – but quietly. One of the most commonly used options is for a guy to just go ahead and self-fondle in his bed after the lights are out – and to hope that his roommate sleeps through it. Typically, the dude who wants to self-gratify will wait until he hears signs the roomie is asleep – steady breathing or snoring, for example – and then as quietly as possible will indulge in self-gratification. One problem comes when both guys are feeling randy and so each is waiting for the other to fall asleep – which can delay the self-stimulating for quite some time.
• Use the men’s room. Often a dude finds it’s just easier for him to go into a stall in the bathroom and self-fondle there. Unfortunately, if guys keep coming in and out, it can create some tension for the self-gratifier.
• Wait for alone time. After a few days, roommates tend to become familiar with each other’s schedules – when they have class, when they eat, when they hang out elsewhere, etc. This can help a guy to ‘schedule” his self-pleasuring, so that when his friend is at Psych class across campus, he has plenty of time to indulge himself. It can be tricky, of course, because a class may be unexpectedly cancelled, or a dude may decide to skip his Wednesday afternoon basketball game to study. But this is often the best way of having some fairly safe “alone time.”
Guys at college eventually work out the best method for getting in the self-pleasuring they need. They’ll enjoy their solo time more if they are actively using a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to maintain the care of their favorite body part. Of course, lots of enthusiastic self-pleasuring can create a raw manhood, so the best crème is one which can aid with moisturization of delicate male organ skin. For this, a combination of shea butter and vitamin E is excellent. In addition, rawness often leads to loss of manhood sensation. A crème with neuroprotective L-carnitine can be a big aid in maintaining proper male organ sensation.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.