Female $ex Addict Shares Her Experiences With The “Disease”


downloadBy: Krystle Crossman

Erica Garza is a s*x addict. She got started when she was 12 years old and discovered how much she liked (and was ashamed of) [email protected] She would reward herself with a little self-love session every time she finished a chapter of a book that she had to read for school. She learned all about s*x and the different types of s*x commonly seen in adult films while all of her friends were learning about math and English. She had become obsessed. S*x consumed her thoughts all day every day. After her parents went to bed for the night she would turn on Cinemax and watch some of her favorite soft-core movies.

When Garza got older she started dating and instead of being the woman who would chastise a man for having p*rn on his computer, she would want to watch with him. She knew all of the women’s names in the adult movies and she knew all of the sites to go to. She was [email protected] multiple times daily until she was sore and tired. It completely took over her life. She found that her tastes in p*rn were changing and growing more and more shameful by the day. She realized that she was not turned on by much anymore unless there was a sad story or pitiful background with one of the “characters”. She also found that the more people that were involved with the movies, the more she liked them. She grew very ashamed of herself but just couldn’t stop.

Garza says her  relationships with men were never about the connection between the two people. She would fantasize in the middle of s*x with a partner and think about sordid things that sometimes the men wanted no part of. She never got that intimate connection with a person as she was too focused on getting off her own way. She was distant and unemotional. She started to go to SLAA (S*x and Love Addicts Anonymous). She finally broke away from the p*rn addiction and even ended up getting married. She found that without watching the videos she became more relaxed and connected with her partner and actually had meaningful s*x.



  1. I think the statistics are 96% of Sex Addicts have been sexually abused as children. Porn too leads to sexual addictions and sexual dysfunctions.

    • Yes Barbara, I co-sign with both your comments. I don’t understand why they blot out the words when it comes to s-e-x-u-a-l matters. We are adults for goodness sakes. I don’t know when they started using symbols instead of using the actual word but I think it’s ridiculous. Your first comment on this woman who started practicing m-a-s-t-u-r-b-a-t-i-o-n is dead on. Usually when they start off self stimulation or are taken to s-e-x at such a young age dictates that they were sxually abused at a tender age. There are always exceptions, but more times than not, you will find this to be true.

  2. How can anyone respond to the article when words related to the article are blotted out?

    s.e.x, P.o.r.n, s.e.x.u.a.l, s.e.x.u.a.l.

    Se if that works.

  3. Interesting conversation, there had to be abuse, I don’t think anyone at 12 will even be knowing that without previous exposure . We really need to protect our kids

  4. She wasn’t necessarily $exually abused. Didn’t you
    read that the little hot tail girl watched $exual explicit movies at night after her parents had gone to bed and thought she was sleeping? This kid had just formed a bad habit that she had learned to enjoy, that’s all.

  5. I myself was molested at a very young age several times, and just recently it dawned on me that is prolly why I am right now addicted to sex and porn at 43 …

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