Still, no research has clearly shown a link between exposure to other sources of heat and a man's fertility. One study did show that scrotal temperatures went up in laptop users who held the computer on their laps and warned that long-term exposures to high temperatures could harm sperm . Another study found that exposure to radiation from cell phones could adversely affect sperm that had been collected from participants. Researchers in that study speculated that keeping a cell phone in a pants pocket could affect the health of a man's sperm.
This might be your 2 Grammys talking, but you do realise that probably 95% of people on this forum don't have their own sound person, right?
Normally you go to a venue, they have their resident FoH person. They may or may not care about your band, and they may or may not be paying attention when you start a solo. They may not even realise it's a solo.
We have to let them handle the overall mix, but dynamics are the musician's job.
That's not how decibels work.
Anyway, a proportional boost that works in the practice room should work equally well through a full PA (Fletcher-Munson perceptive stuff aside). I would advise not setting it up in the bedroom before a gig, though.
There are a good number of men who can orgasm just fine on their own, but have a hard time getting there with a partner. In these cases, masturbation is one of the most frequent causes of orgasmic difficulties. A lot of men masturbate in the exact same way, every single time. Masturbation is great, don’t get me wrong, but it’s easy to condition your body to only respond to that exact kind of stimulation. We’re all familiar with the “death grip” by this point, right? It’s when you masturbate using an extremely firm grip. If you use the death grip, it can be a lot harder to orgasm if you don’t have that level of intensity. The same goes for having one specific technique, or always watching porn in order to orgasm.