Cribbing notes  

rm_chislut 43F
1534 posts
4/18/2006 6:24 pm

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Cribbing notes

Ok, so is it cheating if I repost some of the posts I made on another blog?

First act of self-thievery:

From about 3 weeks ago.

What is it about us human beings that makes us want to write about our thoughts on sex and publish them for the world to see? No idea. I know I want to share my ideas, thoughts, stories about sex, but who the hell would want to listen?

There are a gazillion sex-related blogs out there. I don't care. I want one of my own.

I think about sex a lot. Really. A LOT. Well, for a girl anyway. Supposedly guys think about sex every seven seconds. Yes, I know that's an urban myth, but still. A lot of sexblogs seem to be written by girls, though.

Sex addiction

I go through periods of time where I am super super horny. I'm in experiencing one of those phases now, which is probably what has inspired me to actually start this blog. It's very distracting.

Whenever I hear about "sex addiction," I've thought "oh, come on!" I mean, really, does everything have to be an addiction nowadays? Just because someone really likes sex and/or spends a lot of time thinking about it or having it, that means they have an addiction? But in the past week or so, I've been wondering. What if there are people who are experiencing what I'm going through temporarily all the time? It's been a few years since I last had one of these episodes. I forgot how consuming it can be.

I have no idea what brings these super-charged-libido times on. I figure it must be something hormonal. About 2 months ago I quit smoking with the help of bupropion (aka Wellbutrin or Zyban). I've also been taking the antidepressant Effexor for the last 10 years. (Wow! It's been that long?) Most antidepressants have the side-effect of dampening one's sex drive. Actually, the first antidepressant I was prescribed -- can't remember which one -- had me not losing my sex drive but making me unable to reach orgasm. Not a good situation. Anyway. Effexor, I think, did dampen my sex drive some, but I didn't lose it all together and I could still come when I was turned on. Bupropion, on the other hand, is often prescribed for people who lose their sex drive with other antidepressants since it's not supposed to have that side effect.

When I did some research (I have access to a medical library) on bupropion, I found that with bupropion the "Libido effect" is "increased." So, is that's what's causing this sex mania? Did it just undo what Effexor had done? Or is it even more increased over my pre-antidepressant days?

I have to say that, for now, I'm enjoying it.

... and an hour later...

Maybe not. I'm seriously considering going into the bathroom to get off. Just to relieve the tension that's unrelenting. I've fantasized in the past about telling someone that I did this, even though I never really did. Weird that now I may really have to do what I fantasized about making up...

angelofmercy5 60F
17881 posts
4/18/2006 8:13 pm

Welcome to the blogs!

rm_clitoral_man 52M
605 posts
4/19/2006 7:00 am

Hmmm, a blog by a sexy "super horny" woman with a "super-charged libido" who thinks of sex A LOT and wants to get herself off in the bathroom ...well, you have my attention! Looking forward to another sex blog...cheers!

58 posts
4/12/2007 1:34 am

chislut, don't worry oabout it. If you want to go in the bathroom and get yourself off, just do it and enjoy it. You'll probably need want or need to do it again when you get home to familiar surroundings and know that you won't be interrupted. Nothing wrong with it at all. Enjoy your sensuality.

bipolybabe 56F

4/14/2007 8:47 am

Great to hear about the impact of bupropion. I think it's doing the same thing for me!



Check out my blog Bi-Poly-Babe for more sensual, sexual pleasure!

rm_algedonia 42M
1 post
5/12/2009 5:33 pm

So you were taking Wellbutrin and Effexor simultaneously? I know this was more than 3 years ago but wanted to know if that's what you did.

rm_chislut replies on 5/13/2009 4:24 pm:
Yup. Same time.

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