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Why No Nut November Is Celebrated?

No Nut November has been an internet challenge for men and women since 2011 which requires and women not to masturbate for an entire month. It is associated with the NoFap community on Reddit, which encourages its members not to masturbate.

Masturbation, 1911, copper engraving by Mihály Zichy
Masturbation, 1911, copper engraving by Mihály Zichy

It gained more popularity after some participants claimed that not masturbating for a long time has health benefits. In 2017, the movement started to gain popularity on social media. The Reddit community NoNutNovember grew from 16,500 subscribers in November 2018 to 107,800 in November 2021.

Universal Objectives to “Stop Masturbation

According to people it is claimed that not masturbating can increase happiness, boost confidence, increase motivation and willpower, lower stress level and anxiety, increase spirituality, self-acceptance, and improve attitude and appreciation towards the opposite sex. However, these claims are still debatable.

Presenting you one more challenge followed up by No Nut November, that’s Destroy di*k December (Male Reproductive Organ).

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Destroy D!CK December is a related internet challenge following No Nut November which serves as a counterpoint, encouraging participants to take part in sexual activities such as intercourse and masturbation.

Each day, participants in the challenge “nut”, starting with one “nut” on the first of December, and ending with thirty-one “nuts” on the final day.

And now why No-Shave November is Celebrated!

The No-Shave November campaign is observed every year to raise awareness around the hair which cancer patients lose. The motive behind No-Shave November is to let our hair grow freely and to donate the money we spend on haircare to cancer patients.

Note: (This article from Worldly Voice is a division of sex education for youth, think about your life and live freely.)

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