What’s up with all this talk about sexual addiction and cheating? First it’s celebs like Eric Benet, and David Duchovny, then research studies claiming cheating is genetic, now Dr. Phil. It seems people are buying into this BS–why?
The other day as I was walking through Wal-Mart, chatting adamantly with a friend when we got into a discussion about sexual addiction, the difference between a one-time cheater and a whore. As I passionately voiced my opinion on the matter (as usual), he stated “I think this will end up as one of your posts” and well– yes it has!
This whole crap about sexual addiction is ridiculous and a cop out by men who want to sling their ding-a-ling in everything that walks and women who are in denial and just can’t fathom why he cheated—therefore, he must have an “addiction”. Yes, there is an addiction–it’s called New @$$. It’s almost like walking into a car dealership and you see that brand new shiny, red sports car you know will be expensive to maintain, and increase your premiums but you have to buy it! You can smell the luxurious new leather and the detailed chrome paneling, so you sign on the dotted line and drive off. That is until the newness wears off and you’re stuck with a $500.00 car note and $400.00 insurance—all of a sudden the B!%@# don’t look so good.
The same is said for the whore! To all MEN out there, let me give you the breakdown. The whore (a.k.a SLUTPUPPY) is the person who must have “new” booty at all times. They constantly cheat on the person they “love” without remorse. This type of person usually has outside kids, while in the confines of a relationship and never places their partner’s feelings into consideration. They are shallow and have no substance–basically looking to stroke his ego. Then there is the one time offender, he feels extreme guilt and need to come clean (please do not, keep this secret to your grave, you will only hurt the person you love). This dude is aware of his slight and isn’t out to prove his manhood all over town.
In my opinion, we are all human, we all make choices and place ourselves in situation we know is not good for us. At times we all want to see if the grass is greener but like my mother always says “Not everything that looks good, is good for you!”
So what do you all think about the term sexual addiction? Are you a one-time cheater or whore? Do you agree with not telling someone if you’ve made one mistake?