For example, there is no word equivalent to "slut" which refers to men.
We recognize that nymphomania is a legitimate illness for some women and we don’t mean to minimize that in any way.
We saw ourselves as incredibly passionate wives and found wonderful freedom in embracing our sexuality. It is also not at all uncommon for us to hear people telling us that our sexual standards are rigid and uptight because we are so firm in our conviction that sex as God intended it is most intensely fulfilled within the marriage covenant.This is true for both men and women who are sexually addicted.It can be reasonably assumed, however, that with societal stigma higher around female "promiscuity," even in this day and age, women face considerably more shame and/or shaming from their families, friends, communities, and even from their internal self-monitors.You may have encountered such a story on your favorite online news aggregate or heard about a female sex addict from a friend. Sexual addiction is no longer strictly the territory of the Tiger Woodses and Bill Clintons of the world.Women are confessing their difficulty with sexual compulsivity and bravely unveiling the heretofore private dysfunctions such addictive behaviors have wrought upon their lives.
Her Middle and High School years were a continuous orgy of anal and oral sex.