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Do You Beleive in “Sexual Addiction?”?

Question by Nuggets Baby: Do you beleive in “Sexual Addiction?”?
This question is based off of Tiger Woods and I’m sure that this question has been asked many times, but I am curious to see your answers.

Personally, I think this “sex addiction” is a sorry excuse for his cheating. I love sex. Almost everyone does. But there is a thing called self-control. No matter how much I wanna jump the bones of a hot guy at the gym, or get with a friend, if I have a boyfriend, I will be faithful to him. I have no problem with that either.

So, if someone cheats, are they considered with having a “sex addiction.”

I don’t know. I would love to hear your thoughts on this though. =]


Best answer:

Answer by Frank
There is such thing, but I agree sex rehab is ridiculous.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!


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