One of the things you may have noticed if you know where all this got dredged up is that page 10 was not preserved. Pages 1-9 and page 11 were, but not page 10. Well ... with help from someone who used to go there excerpts that were from "Pussified Nation" that aren't accounted for in the screen captures have been conveyed to Wenatchee The Hatchet, though just the materials from William Wallace II.
If a man acts like a woman, to call him a woman is not a denegration to women, just that man. Likewise, to call a woman a man is not a denegration to men, just to that woman. Likewise, to call a dog who tries to fly a bird is not a denigration to birds, just to that dog. Likewise, calling a bird who tries to bark like a dog is not a denigration to dogs, just that bird.
Simply, to be a woman is a beautfiul and glorious thing. Unless you are a man. Then, it is ugly, like a construction worker wearing a dress and a mother wearing a combat uniform and carrying a loaded gun into battle.
"In that day the Egyptians will be like women. They will shudder with fear at the uplifted hand that the Lord Almighty raises against them." (Isaiah 19:16)
"A sword against her horses and chariots and all the foreigners in her ranks! They will become women..." (Jeremiah 50:37).
"Babylon's warriors have stopped fighting; they remain in their strongholds. Their strength is exhausted; they have become like women." (Jeremiah 51:30a)
"Look at your troops-they are all women!" (Nahum 3:13)
Lastly, many Christian men are not thinking biblically. They are thinking like psychologists. The Dickification string is a prime example of most problems with our thinking today.
God calls many men women. And, that is a denigration to those men. Though, he never denigrates a woman for being feminine. Why, because He made them male and female and when they operate within their gender it is wonderful.
First, it is masturbation. Not masterbation. A master baiter is a skilled fisherman. A masturbator is a whacker. Such men have put a very innovate and unusual spin on applying that old kid's song "He's got the whole world in his hand."
First, no where in the Bible is masturbation spoken of either positively or negatively. Therefore, we must use other principles to discern God's will on this. Some have foolishly argued that Onan in Genesis 38 was a whacker, but the context is clear that he'd have intercourse with a woman and intentionally pull out and spill his seed on the ground because he didn't want to impregnante her.
Is your whacking associated with porno or lustful thoughts? Then it is a sin.
Is your whacking an attempt to relieve yourself and continue to avoid godly marital intimacy with a woman? Then it is a sin.
Is your whacking a form of homosexuality whereby you like the male body and are aroused by male only sexuality? Then it is a sin.
Is your whacking causing you to be a selfish quick draw fastest gun in the west kind of guy who will not have the patience necessary to please his wife in bed and ensure her orgasm in addition to his own by having the patience to bring her to a point of climax? Then it is a sin.
Are you a slave to your whacking, unable to stop and at a loss of self-control (I Corinthians 6:12)?
Then it is a sin.
But, is there such a thing as redeemed masturbation? Yes.
It is fine for a husband to manually satisfy his wife, as it is for a wife to manually satisfy her husband. This is very important for some women who have difficulty achieving orgasm without prolonged manual stimulation of the clitoris. If you do not know where this is and you are married, this would be an important part of your discipleship.
It is fine for a wife to manually stimulate her husband in particular times when she cannot otherwise have normal intimate relations with him because of physical restrictions (often related to her cycle, an injury, difficult pregnancy, post childbirth recovery etc.).
It may also be permissible for a man to relieve himself if he is under unusal circumstances separated from his wife for a long season and has his mind filled with redeemed thoughts of his wife.
However, if this is in place of intimacy with his wife it seems obvious he is being a greedy lover and is sinning. Also, if he or she is wanting to do this they should discuss it with their spouse since it is their spouse's body once they are married (I Corinthians 7:3-5).
It may also be advisable for people, particularly newly married couples, to explore in bed both their own genitalia and their partners so that they are familiar with their bodies and can then teach their husband/wife how to bring them great pleasure and joy as they serve each other with their bodies.
It seemed best in the interest of brevity to not bother with page 11 and since page 10 was not captured to supply what has been sent to Wenatchee The Hatchet from someone who preserved at least Driscoll's materials from "Pussified Nation". The italicized material appeared in a sequence that seems to be between the end of page 9 but before the start of page 11.