Yes it's reversible, but it's not easy. >>32370
TL;DR preceding bigger description: You will get morning wood, and it is reversible. Like >>32306
said, you're giving yourself ED. Your penis will stop working like it has - getting erections will be very difficult and maintaining them will be extremely difficult.
It's kinda weird but yes, you get morning wood. What you're basically doing with this process is sort of editing the flow of events that your body follows when you /consciously/ process arousal. Your body used to go:
[Unconsciously] See something arousing -> get an erection -> [consciously] notice source of arousal/notice erection -> 'take care' of erection -> blow your load -> satisfaction/reenforcement.
By following this process, you basically are initially breaking that feedback loop and teaching your brain that erections are bad because they explicitly result in a lack of satisfaction. Initially you're very explicit about this and it's 100% a conscious effort, but your brain is lazy and so will begin to automate it. Eventually, you will get to the point where two things will happen:
-Your body will begin to process arousal differently and the way you notice arousal will shift somewhat
-The 'threshhold' for your body to notice an undesirable erection and deal with it will drop; where you used to have to consciously go 'oh, right, my dick's hard, I'm not going to touch it at all', you'll eventually hit a point where as soon as you notice your clit is hard, it will already be softening.
So in my case for example, I do sometimes wake up with an erection, and in the sort of initial waking-up sleep fog my erection's pretty much a normal, male erection. But as soon as I'm awake enough to really register that I've got it, or move to touch it, my clit softens back up, and my sense of arousal relocates itself as my body remembers how it's "meant" to process arousal (i.e., my nipples will become erect and itch a bit and my asshole will twitch).
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