I do not see evidence that the sexual practice of masturbation necessarily falls into the category of sexual immorality for everyone. This is The Gospel as we have received it. Sex, then, isn't intended to be "all about me. When we begin to take the realities around us and harm them, either by placing individuals we know in non-consenting, uncommitted sexual situations or from trying to escape our responsibilities, we have crossed the line into being mastered by something other than God. The Bible specifically forbids adultery, fornication, homosexual sex, incest, bestiality and lust but does not mention masturbation or self-stimulation. It is a natural way to respond to the sexual design of our bodies.
This of course requires His help.
Is Masturbation Sin?
It is not an option for others because, for them, it is a sin. Sure the thing can rev, but not all the time. Therefore let us stop passing judgment on one another. Sexuality does have its place in all our lives, but along with that comes a lot of warning labels, and some of them glow in the dark like the Mr. Thus, it would no longer be a topic of interest to you or anybody, any more than the act of going to the bathroom. Yet the Bible says nothing about masturbation. An image on TV, a thought from an old magazine, a complete stranger—they can all make their way into our fantasies.