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Walk for Self-Abuse Brings Shady Practice Into the Light

September 23, 2017
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BOSTON. Thousands of men and boys soaked in the cool fall air today as they filed down Beacon Street on their way to the Boston Common for the first annual “Walk for Self-Abuse,” a fund-raiser that hopes to bring public awareness to a problem that has historically been kept behind closed doors.


“Wait–you all do it?”

 

“I’m an out and proud onanist,” says Bill Leeds of Wayland, Massachusetts, using one of many euphemisms that victims of self-abuse use to cloak their disability for purposes of public discussion.


Celebrity spokeswoman: “I beg you, please–do NOT do it to pictures of me.”

 

The theme of the march and the ensuing gala ball is “One Man Can’t Do it Alone,” a reference to the fact that self-abuse, referred to by medical professionals as “masturbation,” is typically a victimless crime that goes unreported, leading law enforcement officals and public health officials to offer widely varying estimates of the magnitude of the problem.


Fun for the whole family.

 

“Many men hide the damage they have suffered, because they are also the perpetrator,” says Sergeant Jim Hampy of the Massachusetts State Police. “It’s tough to file a complaint against yourself and risk self-retaliation for abusing yourself.”


Do it like the pros!

 

The platinum sponsors of this year’s walk include Playboy Magazine and Vaseline Intensive Care Hand Lotion, a measure of the public acceptance that the affliction has gained through outreach and marketing.


Available in dishwasher-safe edition.

 

“This disease strikes entire families,” says Norwell Fulsom of the Self-Abuse Society. “We had a father-son weenie roast at the march’s halfway point to highlight the generational tensions it reflects, and relieves.”


Ernest Borgnine: Past Grand Marshall of the parade.

 

The highlight of gala dinner will be the presentation of the Ernest Borgnine-Jocelyn Elders Public Service Award, named after the Academy Award-winning actor who created an internet sensation by crediting his long life to frequent self-abuse, and the Surgeon General appointed by President Bill Clinton who proposed that masturbation be incorporated into the curriculum of public schools. Clinton eventually fired Elders, saying “Dr. Elders’ remark was entirely inappropriate. That sort of thing should be learned at home.”


Jocelyn Elders: “Hey Ernie–don’t let your meat loaf.”

 

Event organizer Fulsom tries to keep the marchers on track, but becomes frustrated when walkers use the men’s room at a gas station along the route for a prolonged “pit stop.” “C’mon guys,” he yells as he knocks on the restroom door. “What the hell is taking so long?”

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Con Chapman

I'm a Boston-area writer, author of two novels (most recently "Making Partner"), a baseball book about the Red Sox and the Yankees ("The Year of the Gerbil"), ten published plays and 45 books of humor available in print and Kindle formats on amazon.com. My latest book "Scooter & Skipper Blow Things Up!" was released by HumorOutcasts Press last year. My humor has appeared in The Atlantic, The Christian Science Monitor, The Boston Globe and Barron's, and I am working on a biography of Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington's long-time alto sax player for Oxford University Press .

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4 Responses to Walk for Self-Abuse Brings Shady Practice Into the Light

  1. September 24, 2017 at 10:40 pm

    We need a hands-on solution to this scourge.

  2. September 24, 2017 at 4:19 pm

    Why is this only for men and boys? I demand equal rights for women! 😉

    • September 24, 2017 at 4:21 pm

      And NO, I am NOT a dildo salesperson!!!! 😉

  3. September 23, 2017 at 11:33 am

    Oh my God, I want to be the poster child!



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