Comedian Jim Norton On Sex Addiction

Clip from the Tuesday, April 28th 2015 edition of The Kyle Kulinski Show, which airs live on Blog Talk Radio and Secular Talk Radio monday – friday 4-6pm Eastern. Check out our website – and…


  1. **puts on psychologist hat**I think you can develop a sex COMPULSION, which
    is basically addiction without the physical aspect. you NEED the sex to
    function, and that’s a compulsion.

    however, since sex causes ALL of the brain chemicals to fire off, there is
    a physical aspect to it, and diminishing returns is a sign of addiction or
    compulsion. we’d have to do some brain scans or something on the dude to
    see if his brain functioned differently than a control subject during sex.

  2. I disagree with Kyle here. I say go cold-turkey on whatever it is for 21
    days. At the end of that time, you can re-evaluate your position, with a
    clear head, and make decisions about your future relationship with whatever
    it is. Maybe that relationship will be over. But, whatever the case, you
    have to prove to yourself FIRST that you CAN give it up, for good, if you
    want to, and 21 day abstinence proves that. That is my humble opinion. I
    really think that “cutting down slowly” or “limiting your access to it” is
    just lengthening the leash a little, when you really need to cut the leash.

  3. So the answer to all of life’s problems really IS drugs! Drugs and
    moderation. Thank you Dr. Kulinski! You tell me to do drugs every time. My
    real doctor just fondles my junk and tells me to lose weight. I might just
    have to switch to you permanently…if Obamacare would let me.

  4. kyle, the fact that you said: “just do it once a day or moderate it” shows
    that its an addiction. For jim, he CAN’T just do it once a day.

  5. I just want to say that I felt it was pompous and presumptuous of him to
    say, “You are now dismissed”. The fuck? I didn’t ask for your dismissal. I
    just found that bothersome, personally.

    Anyway, +Allow Assisted Suicide , yes it really does.

  6. Oh, and I don’t believe drugs are necessary, if you have strong enough
    willpower. If the issue really matters to you enough.

  7. Uh NO! How about we just do a mental detox and not take fucking drugs. I so
    totally disagree with you here. We need less pharmaceuticals in our life.
    How is substituting a “sex addiction” for a drug addiction preferable? At
    least sex addiction isn’t destroying the environment.

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