November 24, 2008

"At first when the problem started I just wanted to have sex all the time, I thought I was a sex addict."

"But when I looked around the room and heard the stories other people told, about how desperate they were for sex, I realised I wasn't like them."

21 comments:

Seven Machos said...

She needs to start trolling at high schools.

Bissage said...

It would be a cruel twist of fate, indeed, if it turns out that Ms. Carmen’s condition is nothing more than a chronic urinary tract infection.

Lawgiver said...

Sarah says the Permanent Sexual Arousal Syndrome that she suffers from can cause her to have orgasm at any time of day.

She explained: "Anything can set me off. Even the hairdryers cause funny pulsations through my body.


I wonder how many times the word "Obama" set her off?

How many orgasms does she fake everyday?

Now that she's out of the closet so to speak has her salon seen a dramatic increase in male clients?

Which American talk show host has already booked her?

Inquiring minds want to know.

Tibore said...

More Titus bait, professor?

William said...
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Quayle said...

When the Gods want to curse you, they give you what you want.

Meade said...

She faked.

mcg said...

This article is over a year and around 75,000 orgasms old. How did it happen to get picked up now?

Theo Boehm said...

Once you read The News of the World, you should never, ever complain about American newspapers again.

It makes The Star seem like le Monde.

And, yes, enquiring minds want to know why this, now?

John Burgess said...

I once dated a woman who would have an orgasm if anyone or anything touched her breast, even through clothing. It was not a lot of fun for her. Walking in a crowd was impossible.

It also made intentional sex somewhat inconsequential as an event, though the emotional content was there.

Michael said...

"At first when the problem started I just wanted to have sex all the time, I thought I was a sex addict."

That's exactly what Simon said when he realized he had hands.

Ann Althouse said...

mcg said..."This article is over a year and around 75,000 orgasms old. How did it happen to get picked up now?"

Oh, the one time I don't take the trouble to do a "via" link, the underlying article is old. It was Gawker or Wonkette, one of those blogs I link to all the time. Sorry.

Ann Althouse said...

Not, as you might imagine, my own personal interest in the phenomenon....

veni vidi vici said...

I saw an indie documentary on vhs called "addicted to sex" once, about sex addiction. it was difficult to tell whether it was a "mockumentary" or real, it was very compelling.

i never did figure out whether it was real or fake, but i lean towards real/true, as the stories people told in the film were sad in a truly unfunny way.

there are a lot of terribly affected people out there.

Anthony said...

I believe this is a real condition, but the article kind of makes light of it. In reality, it's kind of hellish for the people who have it. I've seen it described as akin to a constant need to pee and that the actual 'orgasm' ends up being about as fulfilling as, well, peeing, knowing that the urge will come back shortly thereafter.

blake said...

SIDE EFFECTS MAY INCLUDE....

Dust Bunny Queen said...

She should be checked for a brain or pituitary tumour. Seriously.

Methadras said...

Everything for her must be a downer at this point. She doesn't even have time to light up a good smoke after an earth shatterer or two. Poor Girl.

Eric said...

I'm tryin' to think - who do I feel more sorry for, the person who pops off with little provocation, or the person who (for whatever reason) doesn't have orgasms? There are lots of those, too.

Geoff Matthews said...

I'm calling shenanigans.

Jason said...

It's not shenanigans. I've dated a number of women with the same condition.