Have you ever had sex with a Real Doll? One of those sex robots?
No, I haven’t had sex with a Real Doll.
Yeah, I would try anything twice.
It can seem that, in the media, there are always new addictions being coined and discussed: love addiction, internet addiction, etc. Right now it seems that sex addiction is a buzzy topic. As somebody who has sex a lot, do you have any thoughts on the phenomenon of sex addiction?
I think the word addiction is thrown around very loosely and inaccurately, just like the word fetish. An addiction–though it’s obviously better to talk to a doctor or a mental health professional or somebody who is not just some porn star who has an opinion–as far as I understand, an addiction is a situation where a person is physically altered. And also a situation when something starts to affect your life. It’s not just enjoying something.
I really enjoy sex. I really like sex. If I didn’t do porn I probably wouldn’t have the same amount of sex, but I’ve always had a good amount of sex and a healthy sexuality. I don’t think I have a sexual addiction though. Because in the event that I need to do something, I do it. For instance, I had the opportunity to have sex the other day, but my grandma was in the hospital. I went and saw my grandma. It was a no-brainer.
It’s just like a fetish. People are like, “Oh I have a glasses fetish.” No, I just like girls who wear glasses. Girls in glasses are very attractive. I think addictions are miscategorized a lot. It’s like when someone says they have a TV addiction because they watch TV instead of reading books. That’s asinine and incorrect.
-by Kelly Bourdet