Moods & Hormones 10 Strange Sexual Conditions That Suck
10 Strange Sexual Conditions That Suck
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You must have read about the infamous “ocean sex” that recently brought a couple to the hospital. Sadly for them, the supposed wild and wet night turned out to be a disaster. Lucky for you, you already know that the beach, or any other outdoor place that involves salt and water, is not a safe place for sex.

Come to think of it. When it comes to sex and anything between the sheets, the term, “normal,” spans a wide range. Believe it or not, the way the human body functions before, during and after the act varies from person to person.

In other words, don’t even bother comparing notes to your friends, since what is acceptable for them may be too much for your body to handle.

Apparently, there are even more bizarre sexual things, aside from BDSM or hanging upside down, that people like to do in the bedroom. These activities may be rare and the possibility of knowing someone who practices them may be zero to one. Although it sounds awesome in theory, these sexual situations are difficult to deal with.

They often cause shame and embarrassment, especially to the people who do them. In case you didn’t know, BDSM is a combined abbreviation of bondage and discipline (BD), dominance and submission (DS), and sadism and masochism (SM).

1. Permanent Sexual Arousal Syndrome.

Permanent Sexual Arousal SyndromeHere’s the truth: it takes a lot of time and effort before a woman can reach a sexual climax. And when you finally do, isn’t that the most wonderful feeling in the world? Well, not for women with PSAs or permanent sexual arousal syndrome.

It turns out women with PSAs experience orgasm in the most unconventional ways possible. They are constantly turned on all the time.

Even the simple act of picking up their phone or opening the TV can make them orgasm. In other words, she can’t help but climax, wherever she is, at any given time.

The good news is, only 22 cases have been documented about this condition. Still, just imagine how these 22 individuals have to go through their day, as if reaching a climax is as normal as having nonstop hiccups. Fortunately for them, orgasm is never a problem.

2. Hypersexuality.

Hypersexuality, or nymphomania, if you wish to be blunt, is wanting to have sex all the time.

It is a mental disorder, at least according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Before you say it’s cool to have sex with a nymph, well, don’t say you haven’t been forewarned.

Wanting sex all the time may be fun for most guys, but not for the nymphs. Believe it or not, nymphomaniacs can sleep with hundred frat guys all at the same time, and still want for more. In other words, they are obsessed with sex to the point that their personal life is deeply affected – in a bad way.

And that’s not all. Nymphs often engage in risky sexual behaviors, such as unprotected sex with random dudes, putting them at risk for STDs. They can just grab any guy they see, do it on the side streets and walk away, as if nothing happened. And the worse part, nymphs don’t seek help, because apparently that sexual prowess is a source of pride. Hmm, well, that’s for you to decide.

3. Priapism.

PriapismIn a world where erectile dysfunction is haunting so many men, finding a guy with no erection issues is a relief. However, if you happen to know a Priapus-like dude, then hmm, he might in deep trouble.

Priapism is named after the Greek god, Priapus, a fertility god who is known for his massive penis and permanent erection. It is a condition characterized by painful engorgement of erectile tissues that can last for hours.

There is a huge amount of blood trapped in the penis, making it a medical emergency. To make things clearer, it’s as if you took 500 mg of Viagra, and you can’t get your man down, even if the fun has long been over.

It may seem cool for the ladies to have sex with a guy who have no issues getting his soldier up. Apparently, it takes a lot of time before it bows down and often needs medical attention. Otherwise, it can lead to blood clots, vessel damage, gangrene and worse, the possibility of not getting an erection again. Oh, and yes, it is painful. Really, really painful.

4. Paraphilia.

Remember that scene in American Pie Presents: Beta House where Edgar, the head of the Geek House, cummed during the striptease challenge because of the sheep?

It may seem funny, but believe it or not, those fetishes and weird fondness for anything non-human happens in real life. And yes, it is actually a mental disorder.

Paraphilia is characterized by sexual urges, fantasies or behaviors that involve non-humans. While having sexual fantasies is fine, it becomes different when these fantasies and urges are not limited to watching porn or reading Playboy magazine.

Sorry to break it to you guys, but getting a boner by merely looking at trees or mannequins is just plain sick. Get help. Now.

5. Sexsomnia.

SexsomniaSleep is often associated with many disorders. There’s insomnia, sleep apnea, and even sleep walking. If you think you’ve heard about the worst sleep disorders, wait until you read about sexsomnia.

Basically, sexsomnia is having sex while you’re sleeping. It can be compared to sleep walking, where you take a stroll outside your bedroom, go to the kitchen and get a knife – or whatever it is you get to hold. The only difference is that you have sex with someone and you have no idea what happened, no matter how amazing it was.

While it would be cool to get laid during your sleep, the problem lies when you don’t even get to pick the right girl. You don’t want to wake up next to your grandma’s friend with a condom on the floor, do you?

6. Asexuality.

no sex driveIt’s probably safe to assume you have been in a relationship at least once in your life. When it comes to relationships, sex is usually part of it. Well, at least not for one percent of the entire population.

There is such a thing called being “asexual,” where a person has absolutely no sex drive or sexual attraction to the opposite sex. This is completely different from celibacy, which priests and nuns practice since they choose not to engage in any sexual activities.

It may sound weird not to want to have sex, but asexual people are still capable of falling in love and being romantic. In fact, some asexual people are even married. It’s just that sex is not important factor and they are totally fine with that. Yes, they touch themselves, but only because it is part of the normal body functions.

Come to think of it. Relationships aren’t all about getting laid, right?

7. Intersex.

IntersexWhen you’re a parent, one of the common concerns you’ll have is to make sure that your child has only one genitalia.

What if you found out that your kid has both male and female sex organs? It might freak you out at first, but since that’s your child, you’re going to love him or her anyway despite being intersexed.

Intersex is a term used to describe those people that have features of both male and female genitalia. You might be genetically male, but you have one ovary and one testicle. Or you might have a surplus of male chromosomes but the organ down there says otherwise. Or you may have a penis, but deep inside, there is a vagina hiding, waiting to be discovered.

8. Sex Chromosome Abnormalities.

In the ideal world, egg and sperm cells have 23 chromosomes. In the real world, there are instances when the egg or sperm cells in an embryo can be too few or too many, which can lead to physical and developmental problems during growth years.

The syndromes are asymptomatic. However, there might be some instances when developmental disabilities, physical abnormalities, organ problems and emotional issues might occur.

The good news is that doctors can detect sexual chromosome abnormalities during pregnancy. Just ask the doctor about amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling to check whether the baby has sex chromosome abnormalities.

9. Micropenis.

Women will never understand men’s fascination with their size down there. It may be performance overkill, but the thing is, there’s nothing wrong with aiming for a bigger package down south, right? Of course, things are different when you have a micropenis.

From the name itself, it can be said that men with this type of condition have an erect penis length of less than two inches. Thankfully, only less than one percent of your kind has this type of condition, so at least the possibility of being on the safe side is bigger.

10. Supernumerary Sex Organs.

Uh-oh. Watch out guys. How many penises do you have down there? If you realized that there is a smaller penis growing somewhere, then you’d better get yourself checked.

You might have a condition called diphallia or an extra organ down south. The good news is, there are less than one hundred cases reported by men affected with this condition.

This can happen during the fetal development when the penis and rectum are still forming. Aside from having two penises, where the other one is smaller, diphallic men may also have difficulties in the spine, anus, kidneys or colon. Don’t think that only the men are cursed. Supernumerary sex organs can also occur in women, which mean they can have an additional uterus. Unlike men, this type of condition is more common in women.

Do any of these conditions affect you? If not, you’re safe and just have sex whenever you want to. Otherwise, get yourself checked. It’s not too late to work out your sexual issues.

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