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An NoFap sarong websityo asin pankomunidad na nagseserbing sarong grupong suporta para sa mga nagmamawot na butasan an pornograpiya asin masturbasyon.[1][2][3] An pangaran kaini gikan sa saróng katagang slang na fap, na pinapanungdan an panlalaking masturbasyon.[4] Minsan ngani an mga dahelan kan paglikay na ini nagkakalaenlaen sa indibidwal, an pangenot na motibasyon na sinitar iyo an pagprobar na daogon an pagkaadikto sa pornograpiya, o iba pang bangkag na sekswal na paggawe.[5] Kaiba sa iba pang dahelan kan paglikay iyo an relihiyoso asin moral na mga dahelan, pag-uswag kan sadiri, asin pisikal na mga paniniwala na dai sinusuportaran nin medisina.[6]

An mga punto de vista asin paghihingoa kan grupo na labanan an pagkaadikto sa pornograpiya tinatsaran na simplistiko, daan na, asin sala segun sa mga neurosiyentista, sikologo, asin iba pang propesyonal sa medisina.[6][7] An siyensya sa likod kan mga aktibidad kan grupo nagsabi na hale sa aktibistang anti-porn na si Gary Wilson, "sarong taga Oregon na mayo nin sientipikong pagsasanay o pinaghalean, na naggibo nin karerang nagpapalakop kan peudsoscience."

Kan Setyembre 16, 2022, an komunidad nin NoFap online igwa nin labing rehistradong 333,000 na miembro.

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  1. Cowell, Tom (17 September 2013). "No fapping, please, it's making us ill". The Telegraph (London, England: Telegraph Media Group). https://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/10288240/No-fapping-please-its-making-us-ill.html. "So why are men doing it, and what happens when they do? 'Why' can be answered two ways: some see a medical problem in chronic masturbation, others a spiritual one." 
  2. McMahon, Tamsin (20 January 2014). "Will quitting porn improve your life?: A growing 'NoFap' movement of young men are saying no to porn and masturbation". Maclean's (Toronto, Canada: Rogers Media). http://www.macleans.ca/society/life/can-swearing-off-porn-improve-your-life/. "Despite the evangelical tone, NoFap is fundamentally different from traditional campaigns that view masturbation as an assault on religious values. Instead, it is developing as a secular movement popular among young men, many of whom identify as liberal and atheist. The majority of NoFap members are men in their teens and early 20s, though there are women, too, says Alexander Rhodes, the 23-year-old web developer from Pittsburgh who founded the movement two years ago. He estimates about 60 per cent are atheists; the site is also home to a fair number of Christians and some Muslims, all in broad agreement that porn is harmful." 
  3. Imhoff, Roland (2020-04-30). Men's Reasons to Abstain from Masturbation May Not Reflect the Conviction of 'reboot' Websites. "We recently published a paper titled 'Abstinence from Masturbation and Hypersexuality' (Zimmer & Imhoff, 2020) in which we tried to explore correlates of men's motivation to stay abstinent from masturbation. In motivating the study, we pointed to existing discourses around the topic and cited different protagonists within this debate (e.g., the Web sites 'nofap.org' and 'rebootnation.org').". 
  4. Burnett, Scott (May 2021). The Battle for 'NoFap': Myths, Masculinity, and the Meaning of Masturbation Abstention. SAGE Publications. 
  5. Allez, Glyn Hudson, ed. (4 June 2014). "Chapter Ten. The pleasure, the power, and the perils of Internet pornography". Sexual Diversity and Sexual Offending: Research, Assessment, and Clinical Treatment in Psychosexual Therapy. Karnac Books. p. 161. ISBN 978-1-78181-368-3. Retrieved 27 April 2019. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 Abstinence from Masturbation and Hypersexuality. 2020-03-04. https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/s10508-019-01623-8.pdf.  Error sa pag-cite: Invalid <ref> tag; name "AbstinenceMasturbation" defined multiple times with different content
  7. Coon, Dennis; Mitterer, John O. (2014). "11. Gender and Sexuality". Introduction to Psychology: Gateways to Mind and Behavior (14 ed.). Cengage Learning. p. 363. ISBN 978-1-305-54500-7. Archived from the original on June 14, 2020. Retrieved January 7, 2017. Is there any way that masturbation can cause harm? Seventy years ago, a child might have been told that masturbation would cause insanity, acne, sterility, or other such nonsense. 'Self-abuse,' as it was then called, has enjoyed a long and unfortunate history of religious and medical disapproval (Caroll, 2013). The modern view is that masturbation is a normal sexual behavior (Hogarth & Ingham, 2009). Enlightened parents are well aware of this fact. Still, many children are punished or made to feel guilty for touching their genitals. This is unfortunate because masturbation itself is harmless. Typically, its only negative effects are feelings of fear, guilt, or anxiety that arise from learning to think of masturbation as 'bad' or 'wrong.' In an age when people are urged to practice 'safer sex,' masturbation remains the safest sex of all.