• Frank

    So what do people think about while masturbating? Is it a sexual fantasy involving another person? Because that would be a sin against the other person. Are there lustful thoughts involved? Because lust is a sin.

    So the physical act itself, having an orgasm, may not be sinful but what about objecting people and lust?

  • Nicholas

    Masterbation is a sin, it is clearly sexual immorality and don’t you know your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit? Therefore be holy for the Lord your God is holy.
    If you are convicted by it is that not the Holy Spirit? How then can you go against the will of God and decieve yourself by saying, “no it is not a sin”, it is.
    I am for Christianity and for God, I am not for sin.

  • Billysees

    Here’s a couple of meaningful perspectives —

    1. All things are allowable, all things are lawful, all things are permissible…..1 Corinthians 6:12…..1 Corinthians 10:23

    Best of all, and take note of the word blessed —

    2. ‘BLESSED’ are those who don’t feel guilty for doing something they have decided is right…..Romans 14:22


  • Frank

    Lust and objectifying people, including yourself, is never permissible.

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  • Carly

    It’s really a sin because masturbation really involves lust