abuse (oneself)

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abuse (oneself)

To masturbate. A: "Why is he all embarrassed today?" B: "Oh, his crush walked in on him abusing himself. How horrifying is that?"
See also: abuse

abuse oneself

To masturbate.
See also: abuse
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Natalie herself, whose grandparents are originally from Jamaica, said she had been the subject of racial abuse herself in the street while living in Cornwall.
She might not see the abuse herself but I can only imagine the pain the family go through when they see vile stuff like that."
HOMEWOOD -- Marilyn Kellum started running marathons to support victims of domestic violence after surviving years of abuse herself. Once a client with South Suburban Family Shelter, Marilyn now thrives and has completed multiple marathons to raise funds for critical services.
A survivor of child abuse herself, Kriti Bharti has dedicated herself to stopping the menace of child marriages.
Even before Srelai went on The Voice, Chanthy said she often witnessed the abuse herself, including the husband brandishing his gun and threatening to kill Sreylai.
Criado-Perez, an activist who faced months of misogynistic abuse herself when in 2013 she started a campaign to get a female historical figure reinstated on a British bank note, chooses to focus on the pioneers who, defiant in the face of sexism, are fighting to change the status quo - and not just in a white, western setting either.
Caroline, who faced months of abuse herself in 2013 when she started a campaign to get a female figure on a British bank note, focuses on the pioneers who are fighting to change the status quo.
Parveen Shakir's words reflected the pain felt by the victims as well as the survivors of abuse when she wrote, "O, how these strangers bury me alive within these walls (and) bind me with chains of their honor." These sentiments were echoed by Margaret Beisty, a motivational speaker and survivor of domestic abuse herself, when she said that a woman's forced silence is what keeps her down.
During five months in custody, Saffar said she treated more than 200 female fellow prisoners who were subjected to torture and did not escape abuse herself.
Salbi was a victim of marital abuse herself. Although she was brought up in a modern educated Iraqi family close to Saddam Hussein's regime, her mother shipped her off to the US while she was in university to be married to a much older Iraqi man.
Waff sees the benefits of working with horses even more sharply in the context of having experienced substance abuse herself before becoming an alcohol and drug counselor.
Christine Buckley, who suffered abuse herself, told RTE state radio that the pope had visited the United States and Australia and apologised to victims of clerical sex abuse, so should do the same in Ireland's case.
Another person, a survivor of clergy sexual abuse herself, said that she could see the same pattern of behavior in Father Flynn.