sexaholic

sexaholic

(ˌsɛksəˈhɒlɪk)
n
a person who is addicted to sex
References in periodicals archive ?
- workaholic [1947] 'a person addicted to working', tobaccoholic [1954], milka-holic [1955], sugarholic [1955], cake-aholic [1957], chocoholic [1961] 'a person who is addicted to or very fond of chocolate', foodaholic [1965] 'a compulsive eater', golfaholic [1971], carboholic [1973], computerholic [1977], shopaholic [1977] 'a compulsive shopper', newsaholic [1979], spendaholic [1982], cruise-oholic [1989], sexaholic [1994], and rage-aholic [2008] (OED).
After fighting and overcoming her disorder, Shama made a bold comeback after eight years in 2016 with web show 'Sexaholic'.
What's the problem with being a sexaholic? I just like s***ing.' Denise Welch, 56
Making a technically polished directing debut, screenwriter Stuart Blumberg ("The Kids Are All Right'') has in essence crafted the date-night version of the sexaholic's confessional.
Washington, May 10 ( ANI ): Pierce Brosnan has been roped in for the role of a sexaholic in a new movie called 'How To Make Love Like An Englishman.'
There is Michael Fassbender's depressive sexaholic in Shaine, who connects with all New York women while retreating into ever more harrowing experiences of remoteness and narcissistic exile.
Newer and newer conditions keep cropping up, and doctors are complaining about the " over" classification of behaviour: If you have more than 10 magazines in your home, for instance you are named a " hoarder" and if you are over enthused by the sight of naked bodies you must be a " sexaholic." So if Goolihatti Shekhar lived in the West, he would surely be termed an " exhibitionist", instead of the description we have settled on: that of a menopausal, out- of- control middle aged man.
Meddling bosses a sexaholic husband a car accident and botched bladder surgery put a damper on her adventure but Cross still comes to know and respect Thailand and its people.
He's like man and a sex addict, who goes to sexaholic meetings to pick up fellow 'sufferers'.
The film, which picks up three years after the HBO series ended, follows the very different but still intertwined lives of writer Carrie (Parker), lawyer Miranda (Nixon), homemaker Charlotte (Davis) and sexaholic publicist Samantha (Cattrall).
And yes, once again, the boys cross paths with Nell Patrick Harris, who takes unseemly delight in playing himself as a drug-consuming sexaholic who exploits his "Doogie Howser" fame at every opportunity.