How ever will celebrities who can't keep it in their pants try to publicly save face after being outed as cheaters …
by Walker James Loetscher for HowAboutWe
Bad news for Tiger Wudz serial fornicators this week: the American Psychiatric Association (APA) will not add hypersexuality (sex addiction, in common parlance) to the list of officially recognized psychiatric disorders in the newest version of their Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V), which is due out in 2013. How ever will celebrities who can't keep it in their pants try to publicly save face after being outed as cheaters now? In fairness, the DSM-V will not totally disregard the legitimacy of hypersexuality. In lieu of an official entry in the so-called psychiatrist's bible, the APA has recommended that it appear in the appendix as a "condition that requires further research." I can imagine it will be flanked by such entries as "Ice-cream-aholism" and "Amusement-park-ophilia" in the section labeled "Awesome Things to Be Addicted To."
Related: 6 Ways To End A Sex DroughtThe APA even provides a handy checklist to help potential sufferers (beneficiaries?) of hypersexuality gauge the gravity of their situation. It offers such dubious criteria as: 1. Excessive time is consumed by sexual fantasies and urges, and planning for and engaging in sexual behavior. So, adolescent boys pretty much univocally qualify ... Dr. Drew.