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Synonyms for masturbator

a person who practices masturbation

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The masturbator can dispose of a sexual partner at will and bend any tempting object to serve her or him without expending energy and resources.
This unregenerate masturbator, who obsessively "tossed off" and destroyed his own sexual organ, was named "Toby Tostoff (a ruined Pole).
Whatever your immediate response, Chehayed recommends that if you encounter a public masturbator, you call the Salwa hotline and report the sighting.
It is surprising that Marable did not seize the opportunity to denounce Malcolm as a habitual masturbator.
Covering familiar topics such as Nietzsche's critique of Wagner's musical "sickness" and Wagner's attempt to expose Nietzsche as a chronic masturbator, the chapter also surveys writings that purported to diagnose Wagner's character and operas in terms of psychology and sexual pathology.
Despite what could be viewed as an anti-solo-sex position by the Federal Circuit in In re Boulevard, there are many examples of registered marks for sex toys that have sexually suggestive names; for example, Mega Masturbator, X-Spot, Vibrating Vagina, and in Like Flynt (granted with permission of Hustler owner, Larry Flynt).
It may have been a desire to go Roth one better that led Jacobson to make Walzer an even more defiantly perverse masturbator than Portnoy, who famously employed a piece of liver.
A humorous dichotomy exists between Baillie's very realistic dialogue and scene-setting, and the bevy of ridiculous and, at times, lewd and mentally troubled recurring characters (Suitcase Man, Lavender, Morality Man, the serial masturbator, the secret admirer who regards himself as Rigoletto in letters obliquely addressed to Miriam, whom he fancies to be his Gilda).
I knew him, Horatio; a jerk of infinite stupidity, a most excellent masturbator in the second-floor boys' bathroom--I have proof.
Salvador Dali (1904-1989) in his paranoiac-critical works, such as The great masturbator, (1929), Phantasmagoria (1930), The dream (1931) and Apparition of a face and a fruit dish on a beach (1938) gives way to surrealist composite creatures.
Elsewhere, in the poem "Op soek" (42) [Looking for], he compares the poet to a masturbator, a thief and a voyeur, always on the lookout for new material.
In addition, as a counterbalance to the stereotypically male masturbator, Mason explores the autoeroticism of women in at least two chapters.
The suggestion is that the male heroic painter is a self-centered masturbator.
Or there's always his 1929 El Gran Masturbador, which, for those of you not versed in the Spanish, means The Great Masturbator.