Oh orgasms, the spice of life. Such things we’ll do for orgasms. Our pursuit of this awesomeness never ends it would seem. Sometimes you think, “Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just orgasms whenever you want?” Right? Then you meet Dale Decker, a 37-year-old husband and father of two who suffers from an uncontrollable condition known as Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome. When I read about the hell that he goes through while having 100 orgasms a day in the New York Post, naturally I was intrigued.
Aw shucks, never did I think I would be grateful that I could control my ability to orgasm! Even though it might sound like a gift that keeps on giving, it really isn’t, as Mr. Decker can attest in the video here:
Apparently he first felt symptoms after he slipped a disk in his back and experienced five orgasms on the drive over to the hospital – and they haven’t stopped coming since. While for those who find it hard to orgasm might feel that this ability is a godsend, Decker says, “It makes you never want to have another orgasm for as long as you live. There’s nothing pleasurable about it because even though it might feel physically good — you’re completely disgusted by what’s going on.”
It will make it hard to function normally in society. Not knowing when the next orgasm might strike. Oh, and imagine what it might seem like in front of little kids? You’ll be the first reluctant pedophile! I mean, what can you say in a situation like that to make a parent believe that it’s really a medical condition.
This condition has also affected his ability to work and support his family, because having an orgasms during your presentation at the company meeting, is a sure fire way to earn way to the HR office for a week long ‘talk’ on proper office etiquette.
So yeah, we do feel bad for Decker – who is the first person to talk publicly about this condition. And let’s thank our stars that we don’t have to go through this ourselves. Amen.