Something fun here...  

SavorSensations 33F
614 posts
8/1/2006 11:00 pm

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10/9/2006 5:48 pm

Something fun here...

This is the self-assessment quiz from the Sex Addicts Anonymous website. Let's see if I'm addicted or not.

Answer these twelve questions to assess whether you may have a problem with sexual addiction.

1. Do you keep secrets about your sexual or romantic activities from those important to you? Do you lead a double life? Yep. My sex life is my goddamn business. I compartmentalize my life in all that I do - school, work, sex, etc... This is nothing new. And there are just some people who cannot handle the degree of my sexuality. With others, it is downright inappropriate to talk sex with them.

2. Have your needs driven you to have sex in places or situations or with people you would not normally choose? Not recently. haha!

3. Do you find yourself looking for sexually arousing articles or scenes in newspapers, magazines, or other media? Definetely. I love porn.

4. Do you find that romantic or sexual fantasies interfere with your relationships or are preventing you from facing problems? It prevents me from doing my homework! Like right now... haha!

5. Do you frequently want to get away from a sex partner after having sex? Do you frequently feel remorse, shame, or guilt after a sexual encounter? I don't make the best choices sometimes, I'll admit that. There have been times when I have wanted to get away from a sex partner, in more ways than one. As for remorse, shame, or guilt, well, all of those feelings are remnants of the philosophy of "Sex is bad" that was pounded into my head during my childhood and teen years.

6. Do you feel shame about your body or your sexuality, such that you avoid touching your body or engaging in sexual relationships? Do you fear that you have no sexual feelings, that you are asexual? I don't feel shame about my body. I have my moments where I feel self-concious though - everyone does. As for shame about my sexuality, see number 5.

7. Does each new relationship continue to have the same destructive patterns which prompted you to leave the last relationship? Actually, yes. I consider it to be attributed to jumping into things too fast, or by going after who's available, as opposed to who I really want.

8. Is it taking more variety and frequency of sexual and romantic activities than previously to bring the same levels of excitement and relief? I have incorporated more variety and frequency into my sexual activities because I was bored. Besides, I get such a rush from dominating a man. Compare that to regular old sex, and things just don't balance out. But regular old sex is still great. I had some amazing sex last Wednesday. AMAZING. And it was completely vanilla - nothing kinky, unless you consider anal sex to be kinky. Romantic activities? bah. Romance is dead. Just kidding! I don't have a relationship at the moment that has reached that level. Perhaps I'll have one soon.

9. Have you ever been arrested or are you in danger of being arrested because of your practices of voyeurism, exhibitionism, prostitution, sex with minors, indecent phone calls, etc.? Not to my knowledge.

10. Does your pursuit of sex or romantic relationships interfere with your spiritual beliefs or development? Sex enhances my spiritual beliefs and aids my spiritual development.

11. Do your sexual activities include the risk, threat, or reality of disease, pregnancy, coercion, or violence? Any sexual activity nowadays includes the risk, threat or reality of disease and pregnancy. Well, if you're having some boy-girl action, there's the risk of pregnancy. Anyway... As for the last two, I'm sure the risk is possible. That's the chance I take with meeting someone off of AdultFriendFinder, and I'm aware of it.

12. Has your sexual or romantic behavior ever left you feeling hopeless, alienated from others, or suicidal? Alienated from others, yes, because there aren't very many people with whom I can relate to concerning my sexual encounters. Hopeless? Not in a damn long while. Suicidal? WTF! Sex always makes me feel like a million bucks.

If you answered yes to more than one of these questions, we would encourage you to seek out additional literature as a resource or to attend a Sex Addicts Anonymous meeting to further assess your needs.

HA! So, according to this assessment, I'm a sex addict. Whoever came up with this thing is a real tight-ass. They need to get some.



rm_Ecentrica 35F

8/2/2006 1:16 am

One sex addict to another, you are so right on when it comes to compartmentalization. The difficulty I have faced has actually been tooo much compartmentalization. To the point of WHO AM I? As soon as I drop out of jeans and pull into hotpants or fishnets, its like I change my entire being. Which is fortunate as the behavior tends to become extreme. The catch is how I must tip-toe through a minefield whenever worlds meet: that of work, play, home, family, grocery store- I mean imagine in this small north Idaho town how you might not even be able to go to the laundromat anymore. I will hold refrain from details to protect the innocent. All you have to do is go down on the mailman once and its all over. Life becomes much less compartmentalized.

The fun comes when compartmentalization involves the compartments themselves. Like sex in a broom closet. Very compartmental. Or a bank vault. Or the confines of a 26 ft sailboat. Now that is fucking awesome. I guess my favorite compartment would be the hose storage hatch on the back of a fire engine. Burly Firemen....mmmmmmmm.....

Being brainwashed that sex was bad as a child, I have spent most of my life (since age six or seven) with this lump of Catholic Guilt festering in my stomach. Fortunately I grew out of that.. or grew sufficiently to now recognize "Catholic Guilt" as a S&M website! Ha!

But what really hurts about being a sex addict is how it can be sooo draining on physical resources. Like your hydration level. Gives me headaches from thirst sometimes. I always need to drink plenty of water. And being on websites like this for hours, well it brings a pain that is not even acknowledge in the survey: EYESTRAIN. For thousands of years it was said that masturbation leads to blindness. I think that was prophetic. I believe they were seeing far into the future when people of all sexes would sit in front of computer screens, way too close to be healthy, and stare at pulsing, throbbing, thrusting cocks and twats to such an extreme degree that the monitors burn there eyes out. Right now I am suffering from eyestrain. It hurts. And I'm only 25. This can't be good. Probably will result in ocular cancer. Blindness. Aunty may be right.

Then there's the issue of shared keyboards. Maybe others don't worry about this. Maybe others don't masturbate at work. But for those of us who do wear a hands free micro butterfly vibrator to the workplace, sometimes we need lube. And when you're all alone with a dildo discretely inside you as you gyrate against your seat, you are bound to get the keyboard sticky, no matter how much kleenex you have. And its not as if the next user doesn't recognize the trace goo at some point!!! Grin and bear it!

Then there is sex and the universal ultimate. Sexual activity is probably one of the only legitimate aids to spiritual development in terms of endorphin release. While I am constantly barraged by potheads who insist that it brings them to a greater spiritual plane, I know that is a bunch of hooey. Same with narcotics and synthetic hallucinogens, like LSD. Majic Mushrooms, well, they're natural. Like Sex. Some people think mushrooms may be a kind of sentient extraterrestrial. Makes me wonder if it is possible to fuck a mushroom man on some other planet. That would really be a spiritual experience, don't you think?

I really do agree that being sexually active, or active to the extreme, can play a big toll on your homework. So do your fucking homework or you'll have no choice but to get a job as a stripper, a high profile escort or a porn star. Did you know that porn stars can earn $15,000 per hour when touring as high profile escorts? No. Stop that! Do your homework. Eventually. The world needs architects, economists, screenwriters, french speaking barista and presidents of the united fucking states of america.

I guess being a perverted sex addict can take a toll on friendships as well. Fraternizing primarily with the next potential partner, or session or only those who are perverted enough to provide. Spending way too much time responding to endless emails on AdultFriendFinder. Did I mention I received 23 today? At least five warranted a response. It can keep you from calling grandma. But a romance will do that aswell, so there is no difference, other than the associated levels of compartmentalization which place one in two, three or eight worlds. Might even lead to multiple personality disorder. Romance is a much more socially acceptable distraction than say porn or sex with number three this week.

Yeah, now that I think about it, that survey really wasn't very in depth. Any sex addict can think up way more indicators of addiction than these uncreative tight-asses.


ZZ_Todd 59M

8/2/2006 6:45 am

Uh, can someone who isn't having sex (that would be me) still take this quiz?!?


SidSpanky 47M

8/2/2006 8:16 am

WOW! I can't believe that I am a sex addict! And all this time I thought I was just doing this for fun and the chance to share time and pleasure with others. Huh. Well, I guess I should just stop having sex and get on Prozac. lol. Good answers Savor, and you could dominate me anytime. HA!


makey0upregnant 48M
3 posts
8/2/2006 1:54 pm

Sounds funny. I'm not in the mood for laughing, though:

Today my profile and blog got deleted by passion.com without reason nor notice. No email was sent to inform me either.

Bad news. The friends' network of years is gone. So is my blog.

Why have they done it? More important: What can I do to get it restored?
They may not even respond to email, just ignore them.

makesupregnant


rm_phcurieux 46M
1 post
8/3/2006 2:12 am

Fortunately, girls are also able to emancipate from their educational background.
Savor, Ecentrica, many thanks to show your evidence.

Kisses from Paris.

Phillippe


dandy6912000 60M/59F
3383 posts
8/3/2006 9:12 am

Oh my goodness, we need to seekout a group we can get together with, group therpy could bring on some good times. Maybe talk to a few that are having relapes . LOL no cure for me Dandy


screaminO4US2 47M
10 posts
8/9/2006 6:47 pm

Wow! I think I love you! Smart, sexy, beautiful, very hot!


rm_exxtraxx 49M
73 posts
8/19/2006 5:07 am

holaaaaaaaaaaaa


lickher_allup 69M
26 posts
8/25/2006 6:16 pm

yes lade we all are in our oun way and i for one am not going to change it i love sex and i love it alot then she cum alot in allway so long as know one get hurt i do not think that there is any thing bad about sex ty lady


Rodman_number1 29M

8/30/2006 10:57 am

You are awesome!!!!


HoaryCronySlimy 35M
169 posts
10/9/2006 11:08 am

Great Post M'lady, as usual


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