http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/A...6598449-2650313 So I saw this book on Amazon called The Multi-Orgasmic Man and was like, ‘cool—maybe I’m missing out on something.’ It got 4-and-a-half stars out of 5 from the reader reviews, of which there were about fifty posted. Most of them were gushing about it; ‘this book improved my love life, I can go forever and have as many orgasms as I want…blablah, blablah, blablah.’ But what little I gathered from the book’s description and the few negative reviews made me pretty leery. The book apparently goes into Tantra and energy fields and eastern philosophy in addition to its more practical scientific advice, and among some of the claims by the author is one that ejaculation is actually bad for a man’s health based on the fact that: 1. Some ancient Chinese dudes said so 2. You get tired after ejaculation. Now, being skeptical of spiritual matters and completely moronic statements, I’m kind of moved to doubt the credibility of anything the author might say. One guy mentioned that if you ignore all the spiritual hoopla and pay attention to the practical advice, it works all the same. The basic idea, among other things, is to achieve multiple orgasms without ejaculation, as orgasm and ejaculation are two separate things. One method of doing this, it is said, is to press on your perineum before ejaculation to suppress it. With practice and techniques like this, you can prolong your sex/masturbation session a great deal, and enjoy it immensely along the way. One reviewer mentioned something that captured my attention—that the advice given in the book might actually be bad for a man’s health; that it might lead to “sexual congestion” (not sure what the more scientific name for that is). And boy, would that not be cool. I kind of wonder if the people who like this book and others like it aren’t already into all this new age Taoist/chi/kung fu stuff and simply feel overly inclined to sing its praises. So, what’s the deal on this? Is it credible and/or safe? It’s hard to find reliable information on the internet among the boner pill adverts.