Annals of Social Engineering:
They call them “hypersexuals.”
Don’t be a hyperphobe!
What’s your LQ? (libido quotient)
by Hugo Vance
The American Medical Association has announced that sex addiction is
normal, based on UCLA sex ‘study’.
They’re already calling them ‘hypersexuals’. Since they proceed to
name Hollywood celebrities as ‘hypersexuals’ we know where they’re
taking it. Hypersexuality is ‘cool’.
Obviously, this is a necessary position for the ‘reverse engineering’ of
social wisdom on homosexuality. One difference between procreative
‘sexual preference’ (aka heterosexuality) and homosexuality is that
the latter always carries with it sex addiction.
The impetus for
‘heterosexuality’ is reproduction of the species. As that’s biologically impossible for homosexual pathology, the only
impetus left for it is sex addiction.
However, they can’t admit this because ‘addiction’ is a disorder,
and they can’t allow homosexuality to be identified as ‘abnormal’.
This is necessary advance work toward ‘normalization’ of
pedophilia. Hypersexual symptoms in children has been one of the
red flags for suspecting child sexual abuse.
Now they’ll say, “I
have good news, your child is a sex prodigy!” From there it follows
that children “born this way” have a right to have sex with Uncle
Jane and Aunt Butch.
Celebrities Tiger Woods, Russell Brand and David Duchovny all blamed
their copious amounts of sex on a disorder: sex addiction.
But UCLA researchers say sex addiction does not appear to be a
disorder, according to their study, which appears in the current
online edition of the journal Socioaffective Neuroscience and
The study involved 39 men and 13 women who reported having problems
controlling their viewing of sexual images. UCLA scientist Nicole
Prause and her colleagues monitored the volunteers’ brains while
showing them erotic images.
“If they indeed suffer from hypersexuality, or sexual addiction,
their brain response to visual sexual stimuli could be expected to
be higher, in much the same way that the brains of cocaine addicts
have been shown to react to images of the drug in other studies,” a
UC press release on the study explained.
And yet, that did not happen. Instead of being caused by an actual
disorder, hypersexuality may be a result of having a high libido,
“Potentially, this is an important finding,” she said in the press
release. “It is the first time scientists have studied the brain
responses specifically of people who identify as having hypersexual
Sex addiction reportedly affects 16 million Americans, CBS reports.
And yet, the American Psychiatric Association excluded sex addiction
as a disorder in the latest edition of the Diagnostic and
Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the DSM-5.
Prause conceded that her findings are controversial and told CBS in
the video above that she doesn’t want to discourage people from
seeking help, but thinks that so-called sex rehabs should be
examined. Sexual Recovery Institute and other similar sex rehabs did
not immediately respond to CBS for comment.