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Product Details

  • Paperback: 48 pages
  • Publisher: RateABull Publishing (August 27, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982713223
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982713228
  • Product Dimensions: 0.1 x 7.7 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,285,103 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Cristian YoungMiller is an author and TV writer that became the first person to post a video on YouTube about jelqing. Later he posted other videos about sexual secrets that received over 3 million views. Since then he has gone on to publish multiple books on topics ranging for sexual advice to spirituality. His latest works are novels for those that like to laugh and be scared.

Cristian YoungMiller was born in the Bahamas and now lives in Los Angeles. He received his degree in Psychology from Beloit College and has worked as a writer, editor and producer for Disney, Vivendi Universal Games and other companies.

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I searched everywhere for a book for my special needs son on this subject.
Tara Powell
The author is very precise in his text, showing great sensitivity and a very good sense of humor.
D. Blankenship
I would recommend this book to parents with pre-teens and teenagers to help broach the subject.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 4, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
If you wish to raise a boy to feel minimum guilt and shame as he discovers and explores his body, then Everybody Masturbates by Cristian YoungMiller is book to read and share with pre-adolescent boys in your family. YoungMiller empowers a parent to discuss this delicate subject in a loving and honest manner through his choice of characters: a father and his eight-year son. Sensing something is wrong, the father helps his son voice his concerns, and then reassures him that none of the myths surrounding masturbation are true. He clearly relates the core message: everybody masturbates at some point in their lives, for a variety of reasons.

The father also emphasizes that masturbation is a private part of our sexual lives, to be done alone or perhaps shared only with a loving partner. For those who are uncomfortable that their child will share this revelation with their peers or in inappropriate circumstances such as Show & Tell in elementary school, YoungMiller has the father repeatedly stress that though everyone does it, no one discusses it with others.The author does this without making a child feel guilty or ashamed. It is a private thing just like going to the bathroom; this brilliant analogy is something almost every child past potty training understands. This subject has, at long last, found an author unafraid to tackle it. I salute the author in his attempt to remove generations of unease and misinformation and hope both his books on this subject (yes, there is a corresponding book for girls) find a wide audience amongst parents struggling to help their children understand and cope with their changing bodies and urges.
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Well let me start this review by stating that the absolute last thing I would have wished for is to be forced into a conversation with one of my children or grandchildren over the subject of masturbation. I would rather have chewed in tinfoil or eaten ground glass. Fortunately for me, I never was forced into a corner in this are. But that being said, had I been put on the spot, I certainly would have given a great amount of money to have had this book available to guide me through a very difficult conversation.

In our society; our culture, masturbation is one of the few remaining subjects that is taboo as to discussing. The misconceptions, misinformation, personal nature, religious beliefs and horrible medical advice from the past are still with us and pretty well muck up the situation. Even relatively recent "medical" opinion blame (very poor research here in the recent past), masturbation for insanity, a plethora of medical problems and a sure sign of complete moral breakdown and indeed, insanity. Most of us know this misinformation is simply wrong, wrong, wrong, yet most of us are rather squeamish about it to one extent or another.

The first printed word I ever read dealing with this subject was found in my old Boy Scout Manual from the 1940s and early 1950s. This manual had about half a page addressing the fact that good Scouts did not pollute their bodies and minds with such matters and predicted dire consequences if they did so. I well remember a friend of mine, we were about 12 at the time, who came to school and while dressing out for football, it was noted that he had gigantic whelps on his back, buttock and upper legs. Some of these many stripes were actually still bleeding.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven on November 10, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
When I was a tween & teen, masturbation was a guilty pleasure. Guilty not just because of the many things that other kids said about it and about people who did it, but because of the idiotic fairy stories made up in the past to try to discourage it! "You'll go insane!" "You'll go blind!" "Hair will grow on the palms of your hands!" "You'll burn for all eternity in Hell!" Well, I do wear glasses, I've had to fight bouts of depression, and I'm hairier than the average man; but it has more to do with family genetics than it does about my guilty little teenage pleasures! (I'll leave the fate of my immortal soul for Someone qualified to judge!) Did you know that circumcision became popular in the United States as an attempt to discourage masturbation? The thought was that removing the foreskin would make the penis less sensitive, and thus masturbation (and all future sexual activity, for that matter) less pleasant. And it didn't work; it didn't work for one generation, but they kept doing it to following generations where it was just as ineffective. So generations of boys and men were ritualistically mutilated all because people didn't want their boys to masturbate (like they had!). Kids were spanked -- even beaten -- for masturbating. They were ridiculed and humiliated about it. And these solutions were no more effective than anything else they tried. You'd think they (those idiotic adults and so-called experts) would have all figured out that it didn't make THEM go blind or mad or grow hair on their palms -- or have any negative effects on them at all except for unnecessary guilt -- and that it was a perfectly natural part of human sexuality. Forgive me if I find it sad that people commonly persecute others because of the things they feel guilty about in themselves.Read more ›
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