Notes on nymphomania

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When we think about what a nymphomaniac is, we may all conjure very different opinions, when compared to someone else. The general consensus is that a nymphomaniac is someone who’s uncontrollable sexual habits are deemed dangerous and unhealthy. Men fantasy and thrive on the thought about women like these, often stating that they are a rare find, and once they feel they have struck upon one of these sexual nymph’s they really aren’t prepared to handle the truth about what’s to come. Whether you refer to a highly sexual woman as a nymphomaniac or not, there’s more behind this belief of what truly makes up a nymphomaniac, than what many people often see (particularly within the media). Rather than using the term nymphomaniac as demeaning, really look at what it takes to be a nymphomaniac and what it actually means to be one. As after all, can’t we be nymphomaniacs who not only enjoy our scoville high sex drive, but have more than a façade of false beliefs that a nymphomaniac is purely a woman just out on the prowl for a convenient shag? And while this may be true for some, it’s not, for everyone. A nymphomaniac can be a housewife, a devoted office worker, single, married, poly, and more. Who all identify their sex drive as being very high, from the realms of personal fantasies, to real lifestyle choices and activities.

There is some certainty about what defines a nymphomaniac, and that is the term itself solely referring to women. The male equivalent to this term ‘satyriasis’ which isn’t commonly known, and often is far more socially acceptable, when compared to a nymphomaniac. A satyriasis is often seen as a good thing, and even after the multitude of sexual revolutions where female sexual pleasure has been liberated, even to this day, many are far more accepting of highly active sexual men. I personally would like to see nymphomania to be on level footing to highly sex men, where women can not only talk more freely about their sex drives, but also learn how to bring their desires and fantasies into a reality, and one where there’s acceptance.

It’s time for women to reclaim this word which many have used negatively and misinformed, and not only take note on what it really means to be a nymphomaniac, but also notably do so proudly.

After all the word Nymphomaniac is actually only a simple term to say someone has a higher sex drive than others, and doesn’t mean that you are sleeping around with just anyone. Heck throughout history those deemed as nymphomaniacs haven’t always had sex, and sometime just thought about it a tad more than others – and I really mean just a tad more.

Nymphomania is very different to sex addiction and hysteria when used within society and the media, but sadly all these terms which aren’t real life conditions, are often used negatively.But for those unaware already, nymphomania isn’t sex addiction and isn’t a medical condition. These are things I have always believed and always will, even if the press wishes to state otherwise.

It’s a shame that in today’s society that women with high sex drives aren’t accepted and their way of expressing these drives is often presumed to be dangerous. This outlook actually means that women with what maybe deemed a high sex drive to one, become automatically endanger of people expressing hatred or even sexual predators taking advantage. Societies look on women with high sex drives essentially leads to others feeling they can take advantage of women who do have higher sex drive or even women who have no or normal sex drives but believe it’s more than they should.

Being a “nymphomaniac” is all about enjoying sex. Whether you have certain fantasies, kinks and fetishes, and other hidden secrets which you desire and want to express to increase your enjoyment of sex, these all help suture together our sexual happiness and lead to an overall happy being. Unlike the common belief that sex is just one thing, there are many sides to it, in which we have hidden away or disconnected the sexual meaning within these, making our overall sexual happiness and understand incomplete. Sex is something which will always be new and exciting on some level regardless if it may seem the same to others – that is my belief and that we are always evolving sexually and learning new sensations and ways to share and express them.

Women classed as a nymphomaniac still gain consent from their partners. Although they may only even have one partner, or multiples – relationships are no longer just binary.

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