Hey men, ejaculating 21 times a month is VERY good for your health

masturbation 04/07/2017

Oozing your noodle 21 times a month is very good for your health. No, really, guys, this is science.

After studying the sexual habits of 32,000 men, researchers at Harvard University have recently found that high levels of sexual activity can significantly reduce the risk of contracting prostate cancer in men.

Unfortunately, prostate cancer is on the rise - in New Zealand it is the most common cancer in men, with around 3,000 new diagnosis' a year and 600 deaths.

However, on a strange but wonderful scientific break-through, the Harvard study found beating your meat 21 times per month was the magical number.

Men who ejaculated 21 times per month reduced their chances of winding up with prostate cancer by a whopping 33%!   

The study states: "We found that men reporting higher compared to lower ejaculatory frequency in adulthood were less likely to be subsequently diagnosed with prostate cancer.

"This large prospective study provides the strongest evidence to date of a beneficial role of ejaculation in the prevention of prostate cancer."

Men who ejaculate 21 times per month reduce their chances of winding up with prostate cancer by a whopping 33%!  

Alongside 21 splooges, health professionals also recommend having a healthy diet, exercising and getting regular check ups, in order to keep on top of prostate cancer. 

Why exactly jerking your gherkin has such an enormous effect on the prostate is unclear. Scientists believe it may have something to do with flushing toxins out of the system.  

Maybe it's just cause sex is good for your health, in general? Right? I mean we already know that it improves sleep, lowers blood pressure, provides pain and stress relief, counts as exercise, increases intimacy and libido, lowers heart attack risk... and now it could well prevent prostate cancer!

Well boys, Doctor's orders, don't neglect your peen. Now over to you... and the middy. Get coming.

Roisin Kelly
(AKA Ro the web girl)