Alright, Mak, you are going to have to provide some evidence if you want to drop bombs like these.
So far in this thread we've had personal experience, personal perception, and then this post as reasons against.
I do agree with you and forlife above that there should be a distinction made between temporary and permanent celibacy (the correct terms would actually be abstinence and celibacy, respectively).
One thing to think about, however, is that the body and mind adapt to extended conditions, so long as there is a minimum of vacillation in one's resolve and a clear goal or purpose for the enduring. For example, if you get in to the habit of eating junk food, it is harder and harder to avoid it, whereas the opposite also holds, if you practice the discipline of abstinence, you will not be subject to the same level of temptation and stimulation you otherwise would have.
Also, there are benefits to celibacy, as well. It's is not a 100% negative or else it would never have been "invented."
And for those who posters popping in and out with their clever, drive-by comments, yes, we understand that you are manly and have sex many times a day. High five.