Best male masturbating names, as chosen by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Association of Public Health (AAPH), were given to a team of scientists led by Dr. Andrew Bissette from the University of Washington.
This list was made up of those who had masturbated at least once in the past year.
Bissettes research found that the average male masturbates about 20 times a day, and that most males masturbate once a day.
A similar list was created for the health care profession.
The list was based on a survey of over 1,000 physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and medical assistants.
Bissette told the BBC that the team was motivated to find male names that would reflect what men want to masturbate to.
The researchers were looking for names that could be “good for men,” he said.
“For a lot of people, this is an everyday thing they have to do, and it’s hard to say why, because it’s not just ‘oh I’m gonna masturbate’ or ‘I’m gonna get up and do this thing’,” he said, explaining that the male masturbatory names tend to be more masculine than the female masturbatory ones.
What to Do About It “We had to find a name that would appeal to both men and women,” Bissett said.
The name chosen is “Germans Mascot” which stands for “German Male Names.”
A word association test was also used to determine if the name was masculine or feminine.
Bissett and his team used the data to create a list of more than 50 male masturbational names that were both masculine and feminine.
He said he wanted to be as inclusive as possible in this list.
“For example, one of the names on the list is ‘Darth Vader,’ which is a name you might not want to be called by a male, so it was a little tricky,” Bessette said.
“It’s not that we thought, ‘Oh we have to change it for this to be acceptable,'” he said of the naming change.
There are currently two main male masturbative names on offer.
“The other is the popular ‘Mascot’ or the more popular ‘Male Masturbator,'” Bisset explained.
“The popular one has a penis.
It’s about 3-4 inches long,” he added.
It seems that men are getting more creative with their male masturbation names.
The researchers used a tool to determine the “name’s gender.”
The tool, named “gender,” is a numerical value that reflects how many times the name has been used in a tweet, blog post, or Facebook post.
The tool then looks at the “word association” data and compares the two to determine whether the name’s gender is masculine or female.
In the case of the popular Mascots “Darth Vader,” the tool determined the gender of the name to be masculine.
If the name is feminine, the name appears as a feminine name.
This is not the first time scientists have used the tool.
The first one was used to create “Kitty” and “Maggie,” and it was the name of a female child in the early 1900s.
For the study, the team chose an average of three words per name.
They also selected names that had a range of possible genders.
The team did this by comparing the name with the male and female genders, and also using other criteria.
While the name chosen by Bissets team is popular, Bisses said that it is not universally accepted by men.
A survey of 2,000 men and 4,000 women was used for the study.
“Men tend to prefer a male name, but they also prefer a female name,” Bresset said.
As for the number of times each name has used in tweets, blogs, Facebook posts, and Facebook posts since its inception, Bresen said that while the survey did find that the most popular male names have been used more than 100 times, the number is still not great.
Another interesting fact is that the majority of men masturbate at least weekly.
The study found that men who masturbate weekly use about two-thirds of their masturbation time on average, while the remaining 75 percent is dedicated to masturbating once a week.