[All guilt and suppression around masturbation comes from Authoritarianism via Religion and Allopathy Inc. Suppressing sexuality breeds Violence, the foundation stone of Authoritarianism, and suppresses Spirituality (and Atheists are easier to control), its nemesis. Any ejaculation robs you of energy and nutrients. If you press the spot between the anus and penis, called the 'million dollar point', it will prevent ejaculation but not orgasm. Masturbation is also a good way to practice ejaculation control using the locking method, see: Locking The Gate Of The Immortals. If you take enough of certain Psychedelics (see: Aphrodisiacs) and think sexually you will 'trip out' into the spiritual circuits (Etheric and above). You can also move the energy to your heart (see: Margo Woods).]
Betty Dodson, PH.D: Celebrating Orgasm - Women's Private Self-Loving Sessions Starring Betty Dodson (DVD - 2005)
 Masturbation Tantra and Self Love by Margo Woods
As the Classic of Immortality states : " Take the index and middle fingers of the left hand and press them at the point mid—way between the anus and scrotum. If this is done with sufficient pressure and in time, and combined with deep slow breathing, with muscular contractions and gnashing of the teeth, then the semen will not be lost ". Secrets of Sexual Ecstasy by David and Linda Howe.
Masturbation is our first and natural form of sexual activity and if that's inhibited or damaged, then we suffer for the rest of our lives. --Betty Dodson
The inflicting of pain on the child, as a form of punishment for wrongdoings, is legendary throughout human history. The punishment of children and teens for masturbation is a prime example of how pleasure is discouraged, and pain is emphasised, in the moral development of the child. Pain is moral and pleasure is immoral. Pain (physical and emotional) is the foundation for war and authoritarian relationships; pleasure is the foundation for peaceful and egalitarian relationships. These biological experiences influence not only the subcortical emotional-social-sexual brain, known as the limbic system, which is the first to form in evolution and development, but also the neocortical brain, which comes later in evolution and development, where values of what is good and evil are formed.  James W Prescott, Ph.D. Why breastfeeding mothers are important
 A remedy which is almost always successful in small boys is circumcision, especially when there is any degree of phimosis. The operation should be performed by a surgeon without administering an anæsthetic, as the brief pain attending the operation will have a salutary effect upon the mind, especially if it be connected with the idea of punishment.---John Harvey Kellogg
Circumcision started in America during the masturbation hysteria of the Victorian Era, when a few American doctors circumcised boys to punish them for masturbating. Victorian doctors knew very well that circumcision denudes, desensitizes, and disables the penis. Nevertheless, they were soon claiming that circumcision cured epilepsy, convulsions, paralysis, elephantiasis, tuberculosis, eczema, bed-wetting, hip-joint disease, fecal incontinence, rectal prolapse, wet dreams, hernia, headaches, nervousness, hysteria, poor eyesight, idiocy, mental retardation, and insanity. In fact, no procedure in the history of medicine has been claimed to cure and prevent more diseases than circumcision.... The Case Against Circumcision by Paul M. Fleiss, MD
 Dr Thomas Bolling Gay recommends routine infant circumcision to prevent phimosis and hence masturbation to the Med. Assoc of Georgia. His paper is published in JAMA July 21
[1880s late] The newly formed American Academy of Pediatrics joins Lewis Sayre's 1870 call for routine [neonatal] circumcision. Determined to lower the nation's infant mortality rate by reducing often-lethal diarrhoea, the AAP argues that the foreskin irritates the penis, which irritates the nervous system, which hampers digestion, which causes diarrhoea. (Simultaneously, the AAP also recommends against breast milk, saying it is a leading cause of infant diarrhoea. "Irritation" was a euphemism for sexual stimulation.)
 John Harvey Kellogg MD (1852-1943) publishes the first edition of "Plain facts for old and young: embracing the natural history and hygiene of organic life", in which child (but not infant) circumcision is promoted to "cure" masturbation.
 Lewis A. Sayre announces to the AMA that circumcision cures paralysis, epilepsy and masturbation, setting off the medical craze for "therapeutic" circumcision. His "circumcision" is, however, conservative, preserving as much tissue as possible. "Mutilation" was to be avoided.
 English surgeon Isaac Baker Brown publishes the second edition of On Some Diseases of Women Admitting of Surgical Treatment with a section about "hypertrophy and irritation" of the clitoris leading to masturbation and recommending clitoridectomy as treatment comparable to circumcision.
 In The Lancet (vol. 1: pp. 344-345), Athol A. W. Johnson promotes circumcision of boys with long foreskins to "cure" masturbation.
 Circumcision as preventative of masturbation becomes UK medical dogma.