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The Daily Mail and Human Sexuality: Explaining Nymphomania

by | 11th, July 2014

Another in our series on sex research and wondering how in buggery we can get to join the research teams. For yes, there’s more of that research that we’d very much like to take part in.

The researchers were interested in studying nymphomania: or in more modern parlance, hypersexuality. How many women have, or try to have, enough sex that it actually impacts on other areas of their life. And the researchers don’t mean how many women have a dreamy smile a couple of times a week. As they say:

They called for more research into the issue – and recommended those who suffer to get therapy.

What we’d like to know here at Anorak Towers, is how do we sign up for doing more of that research: or, if that’s not possible, how do we become therapists for this condition? Assuming, as we do, that the therapy is providing what the women desire?

Biggest ever study of hypersexual women found they tended to be bisexual

Do we just monitor hot girl on girl action or are we supposed, as therapists, to take part?

But as ever the Mail manages to slightly get the wrong end of the stick:

German researchers found problems may be linked to high rates of masturbation and pornography use.

Err, no, that’s rather more of a symptom than a problem really.



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