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Naked News: Sex-Induced Carpal Tunnel and Adultery Billboards

Tue, Jan 26, 2010


photo via NY Daily News

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5 Responses to “Naked News: Sex-Induced Carpal Tunnel and Adultery Billboards”

  1. Madamoiselle L Says:

    The whole “sex addiction, does it exist” thing: The “expert” said: “”If you’re spending over 14 hours a week – or two hours a day – doing something sexual or quasi-sexual…. you’re in the addictive range”

    What if you’re with a partner, the same partner every time? Two hours a day isn’t that much…

  2. Chelsea B Says:

    I second Madamoiselle. :)

  3. K Says:

    14 hours a week isn’t really THAT much, really. It’s definitely on the high side, don’t get me wrong, but if you have a marathon session or two, that can really get your hours up there. The definition needs to be changed to that which goes with nearly all addictions: Once the need for sex/sexual acts and their pursuit start interfering with one’s daily life and/or relationships, it becomes an addiction. Placing a time limit on the amount of sex is preposterous. It’s all about the circumstances surrounding the sex.

  4. Madamoiselle L Says:

    K, 14 hours a week or more definitely helps MY relationship! As for interfering with plans, hell, I’ll stay home for it, even cancel minor plans for it, not answer the phone during it, and My Man has actually called in sick, so we could keep doing it.

    I don’t think it “interfers” with my life, though. I think they are refering to people who seek out sex, no holds barred, no matter what, no matter with who. I don’t know.

    From what I have learned, “Addiction” means it interfere with your relationships, your ability to work, eat, sleep, your ability to feel pleasure, and enjoy any activities, AND the activity you are “addicted” to stops being enjoyable and becomes just something to fill a void.

    I see where you are coming from. I don’t think one can put a number on the hours a day or a week. Some people have high sex drives……that, in itself is not really an addiction.

  5. Madamoiselle L Says:

    Of course, some would say I’m rationalizing….psycho babble….

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