“Promiscuous VS Nympho”

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Often the words are used interchangeable, people thinking because both a promiscuous and a person who is a nympho conduct themselves with having sex all the time is the same. There actually is an interesting difference, in which isn’t necessarily pertaining one being a more whore than another (men and women). It’s deeper; by the way a person satisfies their desires.

Being promiscuous is the activity with multiple partners. The idea behind being promiscuous is that they almost do what they want, to fulfill their needs. It in fact is labeled as a derogatory term being that it’s carrying on in “indiscriminating” sexual behaviors. When a person is promiscuous (again men and women) their interest to having one person fulfill their sexual needs doesn’t come across their mind. It becomes more of a thrill an exciting adventure that one person can’t do for them. Sleeping around can sum up a promiscuous person.

Opposite, a nympho actually can be with one person but their urges for sex are way more intense. A nympho is a person by definition who is selective in their lovers, although they crave, breathe sex. True indeed, they have the same qualities of promiscuous activity, the difference lies with the mind. It’s as if when being promiscuous, there’s no conscious behind it. Meet someone today, have sex with them tonight. A nympho thinks before they act, knowing sex is more than an act, but an experience you can’t take back.

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What our society needs to come to terms with is the fact these characteristics occur in both men and women. For some reason the terms are associated with women only, as if we are the only persons with such behavior. Often men are labeled as being sex addicts, with it being a sickness. For women we get such more turmoil that isn’t fair. Names such as slut, whore, hoe, thot, are a disgrace and the first thought that comes to mind even mentioning the topic. Double standards will always exist, regardless if they should or not. Could promiscuity and nymphomania be considered mental disorders? Where does a sex addict fall in?

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Author: Tiy Hampton

20 something year old New Yorker, that will make a difference. Open minded, talkative, only child. Shopping, traveling and food are my favorite. God first. I do radio, I model, I write, I report on events and conduct interviews. I believe you must do what you love in order to truly live. #ForTheLove

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