Moral and ethic questions, pragmatic answers

Morality is certain acts or behaviors that are forbidden by a social environment. Morality evolves over time, by cultural influence and social advances or back steps. Morality determines what is said to be “bad” and “good”. Masturbation has, and still is, considered immoral by some religious and/or cultural representations. Even today, sexual auto-satisfaction is considered “normal” when one is not in a stable relationship but “abnormal” in a couple.

Morality

Ethics is a code of conduct practiced by a person or group of people. It’s questioning tries to resolve a conflict between collective and individual values. The question that can be asked about helping someone to masturbate that is unable (or cannot do it alone) is an ethical question.

Ethics

Pragmatics consists in taking into account the question at hand, the way it is, without moral judgment, and trying to find concrete answers.

Pragmatics

Sexo-Solo teaching program answers to the ethical and pragmatic questions that we face with regard to the physical and or psychological incapacity of certain people to masturbate in a satisfying manner.