Sexual Orientations

 

Heterosexuals

The word “Hetero” means “different.” Sexual means anything related to “sex.”

Heterosexual refers to people who take a sexual interest in people who have a different sexual orientation than them.

The term is used for a man who is sexually interested in a woman and a woman who is sexually interested in a man.

Heterosexuals are often referred to as “straight” as they possess the most conventional type of sexual preferences.

Heterosexuality is not just conventional but also the most commonly accepted type of sexuality.

The counterpart of heterosexuality is homosexuality. Homosexuality refers to a person who takes a sexual interest in the same gender as his own.

 

Lesbian

Lesbian is a form of homosexuality. The term “lesbian” refers to a woman who is sexually interested in other women.

The physical build or the genital of a lesbian is the same as a straight woman. The difference lies in her sexual preferences, i.e., she prefers another woman for her sexual interaction.

Similarly, a couple of two women in a romantic relationship are called a “lesbian” couple.

The “Nature vs. Nurture” debate to understand the reasons behind lesbian sexual behavior has been going on ever since the concept emerged. There is no conclusion yet, but the right to one’s choice cannot be denied and is gradually being granted throughout the world.

 

Gay

The word “Gay” is used for a homosexual man who prefers another man for his sexual interaction or takes a sexual interest in them.

The physical build or the genital of a man is the same as a straight man. The difference lies in his sexual preferences.

Similarly, a couple of two men in a romantic relationship are termed a “gay” couple.

The “Nature vs. Nurture” debate to understand the reasons behind gay sexual behavior has been going on ever since the concept emerged. There is no conclusion yet, but the right to one’s choice cannot be denied and is gradually being granted throughout the world.

 

Bisexual

Bisexuality stands somewhere between homosexuality and heterosexuality. The prefix “bi” means “Both.”

In simple words, bisexuality means to be attracted towards both males and females.

A Bisexual can be a man interested in both men and women and can be a woman interested in both men and women.

Bisexuality means to be sexually interested in people of more than one sex for a romantic relationship.

 

Transgender

Transgender refers to a person who identifies him or herself as sexuality that does not align with their sexual organs.

For example, a transgender would be a person who has male genitalia. However, he psychologically identifies and expresses himself as a woman.

Similarly, transgender can be a person with female genitals, but she psychologically identifies and expresses herself as a man.

Transgenderism is more about the psychological identity than the physical form and sexual preferences of a person.

In simple words, a transgender is a person born in a man’s body but identifies his soul to be that of a woman and vice versa.

 

Transexual

Transexual is a more intense stage of transgenderism. In transsexuality, a transgender person feels the desire to transition from his or her body to a body of their psychological identity.

For this, they may go or want to go for surgery to get their genitalia modified into that of the other sex. 

Transsexuality is not limited to psychology only and extends to the physical aspects. For a transsexual man, identifying as a woman may not be enough. They may want to transit into a woman’s body by transitioning their body into a woman’s body and vice versa.

 

Queer

Queer is a collective term for people who sexually identify themselves to be of sexuality different than the conventional sexualities.

This term can be used for people who are gay, lesbian, transgender, etc.

People who identify themselves as “queer’ often claim that sexuality is not as simple as male and female. It is much more complicated and cannot be restricted to a specific set.

They also claim that sexuality might change over time as one may identify himself as a man for half of his life and may identify himself as gay or transgender for the rest of his life. Sexuality may interchange within a matter of seconds as well.

 

Intersex

The word “intersex” refers to a person who physically does not fall into the conventional “male” and ‘female’ categories of sex.

An intersex person is somewhere between a male and female and may have both the sexes’ characteristics and physical features.

An intersex person can have multiple physical conditions. In simple words, their genital can be a combination of both male and female genitals or an underdeveloped form of both.

The variation may also include having one kind of genitalia but different kinds of hormones. Similarly, the variations may also include a discrepancy in chromosomes. 

 

Asexual

The word “Asexual” refers to a person who is not interested in sexual interaction.

An asexual person has sexuality and may be straight, gay, lesbian, transgender, etc. However, they often lack interest in sexual activities.

An asexual person is still a person and may not desire to make emotional bonds with other people. They may or may not feel the need to indulge in romantic relationships.

Asexuality only means to lack interest in sexual activities. It does not have anything to do with emotional bonding.

Most asexual people may also have a pattern of sexual arousal and interest throughout their life.

 

Pansexual

Pansexuality refers to a person who is sexually interested in a person regardless of his or her gender. Pansexual may also be taken to be sexually interested in all sexes.

Unlike bisexuality, pansexuality is not strict in the choice. The choice is not restricted to choosing men and women only.

Instead, pansexuality means to choose anybody and everybody regardless of their sexual organs. 

 

Types of sexual activities

 

Kissing

Kissing is a physical action and expression of smacking lips together on the skin.

Kissing may or may not be a sexual activity depending upon the type of kiss, the relationship between the persons, the area being kissed, and the intention behind the act’s action and context.

A kiss can be at any part of the body, but the most common type is a kiss on the lips. A kiss on the lips may remain limited to the skin to skin contact or intensifies to other oral acts such as sucking and licking the lips and tongue.

Health implications & Risks

Kissing is relatively a safer sexual activity with minimum health risks, but it is not entirely safe. As it involves saliva, kissing may cause the transmission of diseases that can be spread through body fluids’ transfusion.

The transmission of bacteria and viruses may cause several diseases, including gum and tooth problems, cold and flu, herpes, etc.

Is it addictive?

Kissing is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of kissing may be addictive. Kissing releases the ‘feel-good” hormones, which make you feel happy and relaxed. The rush of these hormones may make you crave for it more and more.

 

Solo Masturbation

Solo Masturbation is a sexual act in which a person sexually pleases himself on his own. While it is mostly directed towards orgasm, solo Masturbation can also be for pleasure only.

In this act, one stimulates his or her sexual organs using his own hands, body parts, or other objects such as sex toys or anything that can be used as a sex toy.

Health Implications & Risks

Solo Masturbation is a relatively safer sexual practice, but it does have some health implications and risks.

Too much Masturbation can exhaust a person as the activity requires physical exertion. Similarly, being harsh can also damage the sexual organs and cause rashes, burns, and cuts.

The risks of solo Masturbation become the same as having sex with multiple partners if the sex toys used are shared. Similarly, using an object or surface that is not clean may expose the body to germs and cause health problems.

Is it addictive?

Solo Masturbation is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive. Masturbation releases the ‘feel-good” hormones, which make you feel happy and relaxed. The rush of these hormones may make you crave for it more and more.

 

Mutual Masturbation

Mutual Masturbation is a sexual act in which sexual partners please each other. While it can be directed towards orgasm, mutual Masturbation can also be for pleasure only as part of foreplay.

In this act, one stimulates their partners sexual organs using hands, body parts, or other objects such as sex toys or anything that can be used as a sex toy.

Health implications & Risks

Mutual Masturbation is a relatively safer sexual practice, but it does have some health implications and risks.

Being harsh can damage the sexual organs and cause rashes, burns, and cuts.

The risks of mutual Masturbation become the same as having sex with multiple partners if the sex toys used are shared. Similarly, using an object or surface that is not clean may expose the body to germs and cause health problems.

Is it addictive?

Mutual Masturbation is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive.

Mutual Masturbation can be an act that you and your partner may prefer over other activities such as penetrative sex and prioritize it as a sexual activity.

 

Pornography

Pornography is the graphical representation of sexual acts. Commonly conceived as a pornographic motion picture, it can also include pictures, paintings, and sometimes, literature.

The prime intent or purpose of porn is mostly sexual arousal, leading to sexual activities, including Masturbation.

Health implications & Risks

Watching porn is physically harmless, but it may have some psychological implications that may lead to health risks.

Pornography can set false standards in one’s mind and may lead to false sexual conception.

It may also lead one to indulge in acts that otherwise are performed under the supervision of safety experts on screen.

It may also lead one to believe in a false reality and also taint the perception. For example, one may start to fantasize about incest based on the storyline of pornography. 

Is it addictive?

It may not be substance addiction, but pornography can arguably fall under behavioral addiction, i.e., one can become addict to behaving a certain way. If watching pornography becomes a habit is not very far from becoming a behavioral instinct leading to an addiction.

 

Frottage and rubbing (Non-penetrative Sex)

Frottage and rubbing refer to a sexual act that involves rubbing one’s body parts on someone else’s body parts intended to obtain sexual pleasure.

Rubbing can be directly or from over the clothes.

Frottage and rubbing are also referred to as non-penetrative sex and mostly include rubbing of sexual organs, particularly genitalia on the genitals of one’s partner. 

Health implications & Risks

Non-penetrative sex is relatively safe that penetrative sex, but it is not entirely safe.

The health risks are less if rubbing happens from over the clothes, but they increase if there is skin-to-skin contact.

One might get rashes, skin burn, and minor cuts in intense scenarios from over the clothes.

However, direct contact can cause exposure to bacteria, STDs, and STIs. The risk is less, but it can still cause harm.

Is it addictive?

The act in itself is not addictive, but its by-products can be addictive.

The pleasure hormones may make you crave for it, or if it leads to an orgasm, you might crave for the orgasm and its by-products.

 

Sex Toys

Sex toys refer to objects specifically manufactured and used for sexual pleasure. They include vibrators and sex dolls etc.

Sex toys are made to imitate sexual organs and perform the tasks that are usually performed by the sexual organs.

Health implications & Risks

Being harsh with toys can damage the sexual organs and cause rashes, burns, and cuts.

The risks of using sex toys become the same as having sex with multiple partners if the sex toys used are shared.

This can lead to sexually transmitted diseases, including STDs, STIs, bacteria, and viruses.

Is it addictive?

The use of sex toys is safe and not addictive, but its by-products can be addictive.

The pleasure hormones may make you crave the sexual activity that you usually carry out with your sex toys’ help. Moreover, if the usage leads to an orgasm, you might crave for the orgasm and its by-products.

 

Heterosexual Vaginal penetration

Heterosexual Vaginal Penetration refers to a sexual act of penetration of a man’s penis in the vagina of a woman for sexual pleasure.

While it commonly means the penetration of a penis in a vagina, it can also include penetration of fingers and other objects such as sex toys.

Health implications & Risks

Heterosexual Vaginal Penetration can potentially lead to health risks as it may cause transfusion of body fluids. Transfusion of body fluids can cause transmission of STDs and STIs and can cause bacterial and viral infections.

A strenuous and intense activity can also cause skin problems like abrasions. Finger penetration can cause transfer bacteria and cuts due to nails. 

Heterosexual Vaginal Penetration can also lead to unwanted pregnancies.

Is it addictive?

Heterosexual Vaginal Penetration is not an addictive act in itself. However, one may crave the pleasure and hormones that come with it.

Similarly, the emotional connection and comfort of closeness may also make you want it more.

 

Heterosexual Oral Sex

Heterosexual Oral Sex is a sexual act between heterosexual couples, which includes the stimulation of a person’s sexual organs by the mouth of the other person.

Heterosexual Oral Sex can be performed by a man on a woman and vice versa.

In the case of a man performing oral sex on a woman, the act may mean kissing, licking, and sucking the skin of a woman’s vagina.

In another case, it means the kissing, licking, and sucking of a man’s penis.

The act may also include the whole pelvic region’s oral stimulation, including the pubic region, perineum, and anus.

Health implications & Risks

Though it is safer than penetrative sex, Heterosexual Oral Sex still has some dangers and risks.

The private part of a person is a hot zone for bacteria to grow. They can enter the oral cavity, trachea, and digestive tract of the other person.

This can cause oral, throat, and stomach problems.

The risk of the transmission of STDs and STIs through oral sex is relatively less as compared to penetrative sex, but it is still possible.

Is it addictive?

Heterosexual Oral Sex is not an addictive act but in itself, but one may crave the pleasure and hormones that come with it.

Use of condoms

Using a condom is highly recommended to practice safe oral sex and protect oneself against potential health risks.

 

Gay Oral Sex

Gay Oral Sex is a sexual act between gay couples, which includes the stimulation of one partner’s sexual organs by the mouth of the other partner.

Gay Oral sex may include activities like kissing, licking, and sucking of the penis and scrotum of one partner by the other partner.

The act may not remain restricted to the genitals only. It may also include the whole pelvic region’s oral stimulation, including the pubic region, perineum, and anus.

Health implications & Risks

Though it is safer than penetrative sex, Gay Oral Sex still has some dangers and risks.

The private part of a person is a hot zone for bacteria to grow. They can enter the oral cavity, trachea, and digestive tract of the other person.

This can cause oral, throat, and stomach problems.

The risk of the transmission of STDs and STIs through oral sex is relatively less as compared to penetrative sex, but it is still possible.

Is it addictive?

Gay Oral Sex is not an addictive act but in itself, but one may crave the pleasure and hormones that come with it.

Use of condoms

Using condoms is highly recommended to practice safe oral sex and to protect oneself against potential health risks.

 

Lesbian Oral Sex

Lesbian Oral Sex is a sexual act between lesbian couples that include the stimulation of a person’s sexual organs by the mouth of the other person.

Lesbian Oral sex may include activities like kissing, licking, and sucking of the vagina of one partner by the other partner.

The act may not remain restricted to the genitals only. It may also include the whole pelvic region’s oral stimulation, including the pubic region, perineum, and anus.

Health implications & Risks

Though it is safer than penetrative sex, Lesbian Oral Sex still has some dangers and risks.

The private part of a person is a hot zone for bacteria to grow. They can enter the oral cavity, trachea, and digestive tract of the other person.

This can cause oral, throat, and stomach problems.

The risk of the transmission of STDs and STIs through oral sex is relatively less as compared to penetrative sex, but it is still possible.

Is it addictive?

Lesbian Oral Sex is not an addictive act but in itself, but one may crave the pleasure and hormones that come with it.

 

Role-Playing

Role Play is a method used during the sexual act to enhance the pleasure of the activity and live the fantasies.

Roleplaying means when the partners engaged in a sexual act play the role of somebody else.

Roleplay can include scenarios, personalities, and celebrities.

The couples can use all sorts of props to make their roleplay as convincing as possible. They can create settings, dress up and act like the person they want to pose as.

Health Implications & Risks

As it is an enhancing factor in sex but not a sexual activity on its own, roleplaying does not have any health implications and risks. Though it still includes the risk that comes with sexual activities.

It may cause psychological complications as one might enjoy living his fantasy so much that he does not want to return to reality. His partner might not seem good enough to him naturally after they have seen them posing to be someone else.

Is it addictive?

Roleplay is not addictive, but it is a good activity that is recommended to keep the spark in your sex life alive. One might want to do it again and again if it works for him.

 

Anal Fingering

Anal Fingering is a sexual activity that includes penetration of a person’s anal cavity by his or her sexual partner using their fingers. It is intended to please the person being penetrated or to satisfy the desire of the person performing it.

This act is not limited to any particular sex. Couples of all sexualities practice it as per their preferences.

Anal Fingering is not limited to couples only and sometimes serves as an activity during solo Masturbation.

Health implications & Risks

There are implications and risks of anal penetration as the anal cavity is not naturally made to support penetration. The muscles in the anal cavity are not very flexible. Also, they lack lubricant glands as of those found in a vaginal canal.

The lack of flexibility and lubrication makes anal penetration inconvenient, uncomfortable and painful at times.

The cavity is also more prone to abrasions, cuts, and infections as fecal matter is present in the cavity.

Is it addictive?

Anal Fingering is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive. If it pleases someone, it will release the ‘feel-good” hormones, which will make them feel happy and relaxed. The rush of these hormones may make them crave for it more and more.

 

Anal Rimming

Anal Rimming is a form of oral sex performed on the anus rather than the genitals of a person. It usually involves touching of genitals as well.

During anal rimming, a person stimulates the anus of the other person using his mouth and tongue. This may include kissing, licking, suckling, and penetrating the anus.

Anal rimming is not limited to couples of any particular sexuality. Couples of all sexualities perform it as per their preference.

Health implications & Risks

Anal rimming is not as risky as penetrative sex, but it is still considered a high-risk activity.

As both the oral and anal cavity have their bacterial communities, anal rimming may expose both the partners to bacteria that can cause infections.

Similarly, the risk of transmission of STIs and STDs is low but is possible if there are minor cuts or wounds.

Is it addictive?

Anal Rimming is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive. If it pleases someone, it will release the ‘feel-good” hormones, which will make them feel happy and relaxed. The rush of these hormones may make them crave for it more and more.

 

Anal Penetration

Anal penetration usually refers to an act in which the penis of the other partner penetrates the anus of one partner. It is not limited to the penis only. It can also include penetration of fingers and other objects such a sex toys.

Heterosexual and gay couples usually perform anal penetration, but lesbians can also practice it using things other than the penis.

Health implications & Risks

Anal penetration is even riskier than vaginal penetration as the anal cavity is not naturally made to support penetration. The muscles in the anal cavity are not very flexible. Also, they lack lubricant glands as of those found in a vaginal canal.

The lack of flexibility and lubrication makes anal penetration inconvenient, uncomfortable and painful at times.

The cavity is also more prone to abrasions, cuts which increases the chances of infections, STDs, and STIs.

Is it addictive?

Anal penetration is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive. If it pleases someone, it will release the ‘feel-good” hormones, which will make them feel happy and relaxed. The rush of these hormones may make them crave for it more and more.

One may also crave for the orgasm if anal penetration leads them to one.

Use of condoms

Using a condom is highly recommended to practice safe anal sex and protect oneself against potential health risks. Using condoms cuts off skin-to-skin contact.

 

Anal Fisting

Anal Fingering is a sexual activity that includes penetration of a person’s anal cavity by his or her sexual partner using their fist. It is intended to please the person being penetrated sexually or to satisfy the desire of the person performing it.

This act is not limited to any particular sex. Couples of all sexualities practice it as per their preferences.

Anal fisting is not limited to couples only and sometimes serves as an activity during solo Masturbation.

Health implications & Risks

There are implications and risks of anal fisting as the anal cavity is not naturally made to support penetration. The muscles in the anal cavity are not very flexible. Also, they lack lubricant glands as that found in a vaginal canal.

A person’s fist is comparatively way bigger than the anal opening, and fisting stretches the anal opening beyond its capacity.

The lack of flexibility and lubrication makes anal penetration inconvenient, uncomfortable and painful at times.

The cavity is also more prone to abrasions, cuts, and infections as fecal matter is present in the cavity.

Is it addictive?

Anal Fisting is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive. If it pleases someone, it will release the ‘feel-good” hormones, which will make them feel happy and relaxed. The rush of these hormones may make them crave for it more and more.

 

Vaginal Fingering

Vaginal Fingering is a sexual activity that includes penetration of a woman’s vagina by his or her sexual partner using their fingers. It is intended to please the person being penetrated sexually or to satisfy the desire of the person performing it.

This act is not limited to any particular sex. It is practiced by couples of all sexualities as per their preferences besides gay couples, of course.

Vaginal fisting is not limited to couples only and often serves as an activity during solo Masturbation.

Health implications & Risks

The implications and risks of vaginal Fingering might be much less than that of anal Fingering, but there still are risks.

The vaginal canal does support penetration as the walls are flexible and have lubricating glands. However, harsh Fingering can still cause abrasions and cuts, opening the path to the bloodstream and allowing transfusion of fluids.

Similarly, unhygienic fingernails can carry bacterial inside the vaginal canal and cause infections.

Is it addictive?

Vaginal Fingering is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive. If it pleases someone, it will release the ‘feel-good” hormones, which will make them feel happy and relaxed. The rush of these hormones may make them crave for it more and more.

 

Vaginal Rimming

Vaginal rimming is a form of oral sex that is performed on the vaginal opening of a woman.

During vaginal rimming, a person stimulates the vagina of a woman using his mouth and tongue. This may include kissing, licking, suckling, and penetrating the vagina using the tongue.

Vaginal rimming is not limited to couples of any particular sexuality. It is performed by couples of all sexualities as per their preference besides, of course, gay couples.

Health implications & Risks

Vaginal rimming is not as risky as penetrative sex, but it is still considered a high-risk activity.

As both the oral and vaginal cavity have their bacterial communities, vaginal rimming may expose both the partners to bacteria that can cause infections.

Similarly, the risk of transmission of STIs and STDs is low but is possible if there are minor cuts or wounds.

Is it addictive?

Vaginal rimming is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive. If it pleases someone, it will release the ‘feel-good” hormones, which will make them feel happy and relaxed. The rush of these hormones may make them crave for it more and more.

 

Vaginal Penetration

Vaginal penetration usually refers to an act in which the penis of the other partner penetrates the vagina of a woman. It is not limited to the penis only. It can also include penetration of fingers and other objects such a sex toys.

Heterosexual and lesbian couples perform vaginal penetration.

Health implications & Risks

Vaginal penetration is less risky than anal penetration as the vaginal cavity is naturally made to support penetration. The muscles in the vaginal cavity are very flexible and also have lubricant glands.

However, it is still not completely safe.

Vaginal penetration can be a reason for the transmission of STDs and STIs, as well as infections.

It can also cause unwanted pregnancies.

Is it addictive?

Vaginal penetration is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive.

It may lead both the partners to orgasms during which “happy” hormones are released. The body can get used to it and feel its withdrawal.

One may also crave the emotional bond that sex provides.

Use of condoms

Using a condom is highly recommended to practice safe vaginal sex and avoid getting STDs, STIs, and unwanted pregnancies.

 

Vaginal Fisting

Vaginal fisting is a sexual activity that includes penetration of a woman’s vaginal cavity by his or her sexual partner using their fist. It is intended to please the person being penetrated sexually or to satisfy the desire of the person performing it.

This act is not limited to any particular sex. It is practiced by couples of all sexualities as per their preferences besides gay couples for obvious reasons.

Vaginal fisting is not limited to couples only and sometimes serves as an activity during solo Masturbation.

Health implications & Risks

Vaginal fisting is less risky than anal fisting as the vaginal cavity is naturally made to support penetration. The muscles in the vaginal cavity are very flexible and also have lubricant glands.

However, it is still not completely safe.

Vaginal fisting can be a reason for the transmission of STDs and STIs and infections as it may cause cuts and abrasion in the vaginal tract. Moreover, fisting might cause expansion of the vaginal canal beyond its capacity.

Is it addictive?

Vaginal fisting is not addictive as an act, but the by-products of it may be addictive.

It may lead the woman to an orgasm during which “happy” hormones are released. The body can get used to it and feel its withdrawal, which can be a reason for wanting it more.

 

BDSM

BDSM is an abbreviation for “Bondage, Discipline, Sadism, and Masochism.”

It is a group of sexual activities that include the activities mentioned above.

Bondage means to bind someone. In this sexual act, one partner binds the other partner using ropes, handcuffs, etc., and restrain their movement to perform sexual acts with them.

In discipline, there are specific rules set by a partner that will result in consequences of discipline if disobeyed by the other. Discipline includes punishing and being violent. It may include canning, slapping, etc.

Sadism is a sexual activity in which a person derives pleasure by hurting and humiliating others.

Similarly, Masochism is a sexual activity in which a person derives pleasure from his pain and humiliation. 

Health implications & Risks

BDSM involves hurting and humiliating others and degrading them from the level of humanity. If performed on an unwilling partner, BDSM can not only cause physical injuries and psychological scars.

The violent behavior in BDSM can cause serious physical injuries, and the humiliation can cause psychological trauma and low self-esteem.

Is it addictive?

Like any other sexual act, BDSM is not addictive. It is only a matter of pleasure. If someone feels pleasured by indulging in BDSM, they are likely to come back to it for more.

 

Sex Health Risks in general

Sex is a natural and healthy activity. It is good to have sex for many reasons. It is a means to reproduce. It is a source of satisfaction and pleasure. It creates a physical and emotional bond, unlike any other activity.

However, like every good thing, sex too comes with some risks since it is a physical activity; generally, the risks associated with sex concern physical health.

Unprotected sex can cause unwanted pregnancies among straight couples and the reason for sexually transmitted diseases in all people of all sexual orientations.

Most STDs are transmissible from person to person and are incurable. A considerable number of people die due to STDs every year because they had unprotected sex.

Similarly, having multiple sexual partners is also a bad practice that serves as the fuel in the fire of STDs.

One must be mindful of his health and always practice protected sex.

 

Sex Addiction

Under normal circumstances, sex can become a want from a need, i.e., a person might want to have it without needing it.

Under abnormal circumstances, it is possible to fall addict to sex.

It is a condition in which a person wants to have sex without any purpose. They just become dependant on sex and lose their ability to control their sexual urges.

A person has sex mindlessly, persistently, and consistently without any reward or gain

s in such a condition.

Like any other addiction, sex addiction is a bad thing as it makes you lose control of yourself and starts controlling you.

Like any other addiction, sex addiction can make you fall to new lows and do things that an average person would never do.

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