- Meet Benny James, 22, a social media Casanova, who slept with 400 women
- The only problem is that he is unable to stay in a new relationship for more than a week
- And now he hates sex... As he wants to find a girl to fall in love with and start a family
Benny James claims he has slept with more than 400 women but that doesn't make him happy, as now he hates sex.
The 22-year-old from London, England, UK, is a social media celebrity, whose Twitter account has over 90,000 followers, the majority of whom are scanitly-clad women.
Despite thousands of sexy female fans ready to meet him any time he needs a young man says he feels lonely and objectified as the only thing women want from him is sex.
He said: "I want to settle down and start a family but I've become so used to sleeping with girls that I'm not attracted to them after sex,' Mr James said. I end up hurting them but not deliberately. Since the start of the year I've been out with six girls - one for a whole week. I've tried to calm down the sex - I'm only sleeping with about two each week now.
I look at them and all they want from me is sex but I can’t give it to them. They could be Rhianna but it doesn’t matter. I’m really bored of having sex all the time. Sex has ruined my life. When I find a girl I really like I try and put off sex as I know I won’t chat to them after that. It’s my natural instinct.
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Most of the girls I sleep with know me from Twitter and then come to see me on nights out when I make guest appearances in clubs. But all they want from me is sex - I just can't find the one. I feel objectified and disgusted that they only want sex - a lot of girls are so much more open about it now."
Tired of excessive attention and sex, Benny, whose longest relationship lasted mere a week, now dreams of finding the girl to settle down and start a family.
Sexual addiction is a conceptual model that describes compulsive participation or engagement in sexual activity, despite negative consequences.
Interestingly, it develops through the same biomolecular mechanisms that induce drug addictions.