Call Him Grand Master-bator: Sato Is World Champion
Can’t say that I’ve ever wondered…but if you’ve ever wondered if there exists a competition in the art of masturbation, I am here to tell you there is! This year’s title holder is none other than world champion Masanobu Sato.
An gregarious Sato grabbed the crown (no pun intended) at this years San Francisco annual Masturbate-a-thon, held appropriately so at the “masturbatorium”.
The annual event is sponsored by the Center for Sex and Culture of San Francisco.
Contestants take part in pleasuring themselves in front of a live audience, equipped with press members at hand ready to inquire about the techniques contestants utilize to keep themselves aroused for hours on end without “losing” prematurely.
Masanobu Sato may have the upper hand, as this Japanese sex toy representative seems to have his award winning technique down to a science. He and his long-time girlfriend have even decided to share his techniques in an online series dedicated to the art of the stroke.
One of the champs techniques is to “practice” his craft two hours each morning while his girlfriend either times him or goes on with her daily routine.
“He puts a lot of effort into it, and I have my own hobbies,” says the girlfriend.
As a two-time champion, it is important to “train” and that doesn’t always include “the member”. Sato also understands the importance of stamina building in other ways as well.
“I swam twice a week and gained about 5 kgs in muscle,” shares Sato.
Sato has lots of issues to say the least and if you’re interested, you may want to check out his online video where you’ll find out what those “issues” are. The reigning king prefers to “jack” to anime or hentai as opposed to real women which he finds “dirty and smelly” (and the girlfriend continues to stay–amazing), and he hates traditional porn.
Breaking his own 2009 record, Sato’s training seems to be paying off.
The contest rules say that participants must get and stay aroused without “letting loose” for as long as they can…the last man standing is well…the last man “standing”.
This marks Sato’s third victory in the competition. He beat his own record of 9 hours and 33 minutes with his new record of 9 hours and 58 minutes.
Some say the challenge isn’t necessarily in the act itself, it’s keeping the staying power when there are more male then female spectators at times.