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Old 02-25-2021, 10:08 AM   #1
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But it is getting to be frustrating. I mean my sex drive. Itís been insane. I want to hump everything. Like pillows and shirts. but I literally just spent 10 minutes humping the bathroom sink because it was at perfect waist level.

Also Iím really into diapers. Like wearing them and using them. When I flood one it just feels so relaxing and Iím in a good mood all day. I get this like thrill when Iím going through my collection. I also use pacifiers and drink out of bottles although those are more of an oral sensory thing related to my autism. I do not consider those sexual but more of coping skills to help with my negative thinking at night.

I mean I can accept that Iím into these things. My old therapist knew and she was cool with it.

But what Iím having issues with is the constant urge to stop every time I need to use the bathroom to hump the sink. This stuff is driving me crazy.

How can I distract myself from my high sex drive? I seem to be thinking about all this stuff every 15 minutes.
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Old 02-25-2021, 11:54 AM   #2
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So Sorry that you're struggling yourself. Are you currently seeing a therapist that may be able to help you? Try to focus on your hobbies and on something relaxing to distract yourself from your sex drive, such as watching tv or reading books. As for your other things trying to discuss them with someone who knows how to handle thig kind of thing may be Hopefully better at least to better. Sorry if my post wasn't helpful. Sending many Safe, warm hugs to BOTH you, @Mountaindewed, your Family, your Friends and ALL of your Loved Ones! Keep fighting and keep rocking NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS, OK?!
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Old 02-25-2021, 04:16 PM   #3
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I'm going to presume what you're experiencing isn't related to medication you're on. If so perhaps what you're experiencing is something to talk over with your prescriber(s)? I'm not sure there really is a good "distraction" for wanting to hump everything. Men, I believe, tend to have the kind of overwhelming sex drive you describe. I don't think most people (women in particular?) realize just how overwhelming most men's sex drive is; plus I think most men would prefer not to admit it either really. (Like everything else there are exceptions. But, in general, I believe this to be the case.) And I think it's one reason young men in particular tend to be into sports. The physical exertion of sports & / or physical fitness training helps to drain away at least a bit of that overwhelming sex drive (along with a good helping of masturbation and real-life sex when one can get it.) It's also why so many men are hooked on internet porn nowadays I presume. So perhaps seriously upping your physical exercise regimen may be at least one way of burning off some of that desire to hump everything in sight? It's the only non-sexual remedy I know of.
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Man I did not realize the sink thing would be so painful hours later. And thereís nothing I can even do about it ďhey mom I think I hurt myself humping the bathroom sink for 10 minutes.Ē Um no. Iíll just take Tylenol and hope I didnít do any type of damage.
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I know that feeling especially with wearing vdiapers wanting to hump everything all the time
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I got a couple packages of Goodnites. They now have a boys XL which fits pretty good. Iíve worn them before and they are super comfortable and helpful and no one notices them. They are a sensory thing. Iím hoping to switch over to them permanently. As for my other stuff, Iím trying to use it before my move. I got a few things that donít need to be replaced already packed. So far my mom is still like ďwhateverĒ she might even know and doesnít even care. I donít know if I want to tell my new therapist. Not through video session though and Iíll probably just tell her about the sensory stuff.
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I feel lost on what to do about this it's so emotionally draining unfortunately
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so you're pillowsexual? i dont think its that weird. there's people attracted to bubbles afterall
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I am demisexual but I am mainly turned on only by things. But not pillows. They are just convenient things to use.
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Old 03-26-2021, 01:36 PM   #10
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I think I read in another forum that you are taking testosterone? That will definitely increase sex drive. Maybe talk to the doctor who's prescribing it. If it's overwhelming, you may be on too high a dose.
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