Even people who have little guilt about masturbating in general feel ashamed to be discovered in the act; most refer to it as being "caught," as though they were doing something immoral or illegal.
Yet, there seems to be no consequence of being discovered.
Males are more likely than females to be discovered, if only due to the increased frequency at which males masturbate.
Another page on this site deals with privacy for masturbating in dorms and other shared living situations.
I want to tell him he shouldn't watch porn but he didn't notice I saw him, so that could be awkward. (age 16) Age 12 is when the greatest number of boys start masturbating.
(age 14) I find it very hard to believe a crowd of people laughed because they heard you moan. Their laughter was loud because they were in a group and had to be louder to be heard. (age 15) If she said nothing, there is no reason for you to either. It's normal and very, very good to get erections so easily at your age.
One day I was masturbating, when I realized my window was open, but then I moaned at orgasm and I heard some people laughing.
I'd like to think it was people at a party, but what if they heard me moan? I feel awkward telling people stories involving me masturbating.
Is it bad that I'm not doing it regularly and do you have any tips on how to be able to do it regularly? See my page about masturbating in college dorms for advice on how to get more privacy from the people you live with.
(age 18) You are an adult and ought to masturbate when you want to without worrying what others think. Last night I caught my little brother (12) masturbating in the shower.