An annual month-long challenge encourages men, specifically teens, to refrain from masturbation. The viral trend even has celebrities like rapper Kodak Black (pictured at the Rolling Loud NYC music festival  in 2021) taking part. Photo: Getty Images
An annual month-long challenge encourages men, specifically teens, to refrain from masturbation. The viral trend even has celebrities like rapper Kodak Black (pictured at the Rolling Loud NYC music festival in 2021) taking part. Photo: Getty Images
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Why a viral sex trend spreading among teens may be sending the wrong messages about self-pleasure

  • #NoNutNovember month-long challenge encourages young men not to masturbate – but experts say it is a normal, healthy, common part of sexual development
  • Teaching children healthy sexuality must begin early, sexologist says, and should destigmatise – not demonise – such topics

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An annual month-long challenge encourages men, specifically teens, to refrain from masturbation. The viral trend even has celebrities like rapper Kodak Black (pictured at the Rolling Loud NYC music festival  in 2021) taking part. Photo: Getty Images
An annual month-long challenge encourages men, specifically teens, to refrain from masturbation. The viral trend even has celebrities like rapper Kodak Black (pictured at the Rolling Loud NYC music festival in 2021) taking part. Photo: Getty Images
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