- Eight different women in a week
- Seven women at once
- A women as much as 35 years older
- A woman as much as 32 years younger
- One session of continuous sex for 24 hour
- Public sex in parks, taxis, restaurants, airplanes, boats, glory holes
- MFM Threesomes
- FMF Threesomes
- I've paid for sex
- I've been paid for sex
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaHypersexuality is extremely frequent or suddenly increased sexual urges or sexual activity. Although hypersexuality can be caused by some medical conditions or medications, in most cases the cause is unknown. Many theoretical models have been used to explain or treat hypersexuality. The most common one, especially in the popular media, is the sexual addiction approach, but sexologists have not reached any consensus. Hypersexuality is typically associated with lowered sexual inhibitions, and alcohol and some drugs can affect a person's social and sexual inhibitions.
The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) of the World Health Organization includes “Excessive Sexual Drive” (coded F52.8), which is divided into satyriasis for males and nymphomania for females, and “Excessive Masturbation” (coded F98.8).
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) rejected a proposal to add sexual addiction to its official list of psychiatric disorders, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). A proposal to include Hypersexual Disorder, which simply describes the symptom without implying any specific theory, is under consideration for inclusion in the appendix of the DSM, but not in the main list of official diagnoses.
Some authors have questioned whether it makes sense to discuss hypersexuality at all, arguing that extreme sexual urges merely stigmatize persons who do not conform to the norms of their culture or peer group.