Sex addiction

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Sexual addiction consists of an unhealthy addiction to sexual activity and/or pornography. See Escape From Intimacy.

Homosexual Sex Addiction

As with an alcohol or drug addiction, the satisfaction of sex addiction, whether within or without a homosexual liaison, or by means of masturbation, is purely ego-centered. It is not a sharing of love, but in essence an impersonal event, like contact with a prostitute. Homosexuals do not so much seek the other person as human being in their sexual encounters but rather the materialization of their wish fantasies. The real other person is not perceived as he is, and to the degree that he is experienced more realistically, the neurotic attraction correspondingly fades away. Ego-centered lust fills no void, only deepens it. Sex addicts, among them homosexuals, may have a tendency to lie about their behavior, to others and to themselves.[1] It is not unusual that they mock the fidelity[2] and/or lie to their partners about it.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Gerard J.M. Van Den Aardweg (1997). "3.Homosexual drives", The Battle for Normality: A Guide for (Self-)Therapy for Homosexuality. Ignatius press, 57–59. ISBN 978-0-89870-614-7. 
  2. Dan Savage & Esther Perel (22 Jan 2016). Modern Romance: Love, Marriage & Monogamy. Talks at Google. Retrieved on 07 Feb 2017. “Moderated by Logan Ury; “We have to stop telling people that monogamy is only thing that you have to execute perfectly 100% of time to be regarded as good at it. … We need to tell people that if you were with somebody for – really, now, because of expanding lifespans, 50, 60 years, if you make a commitment in your early and mid-20s, or late 20s or 30s – if you were with somebody for 60 yrs and they only cheated on you a handful of time, and you only cheated on them a handful of times, you were both pretty good at monogamy, not bad at it. … Most of history monogamy was one person for life, and at this moment, monogamy is one person at a time.””

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