Is Sex Addiction Really a Disease?
The Sexual Continuum
"New Brain Study Questions Existence of 'Sexual Addiction'"
Sexual desire, not hypersexuality, is related to neurophysiological responses elicited by sexual images
"Modulation of sexual desires is, in some cases, necessary to avoid inappropriate or illegal sexual behavior (downregulation of sexual desire) or to engage with a romantic partner (upregulation of sexual desire)."
Scans Of Sex Addicts' Brains Call Diagnosis Into Question
"In a new study, "hypersexual" brains don't respond to sexual images the same way that drug addicts' brains respond to images of drugs."
Too Much or Too Little: DSM-V's Gray Area on Sex Addiction
"This week, with the release of the DSM-V, the latest edition of the psychiatric bible that defines and diagnoses mental-health disorders, experts thought we'd finally get some answers about who's just on the extreme end of the horny spectrum and who's got an actual clinical problem."
Am I a Sex Addict?
Origin of the Hamburger